Step-by-step: Using imaginative prayer in the classroom

Hello friends, it’s been a while! While I love doing these posts, I really feel that God has been calling me to other things the last couple of months, not least spending my break from university studies focusing on my family and giving them some much-needed attention.  Also, I have been reading.  Like, actual books! … Read More Step-by-step: Using imaginative prayer in the classroom

Celebrating Easter in your classroom – it’s not over yet!

Hello friends! My two-year-old son is still in the habit of greeting me with a ‘Happy Easter Mummy!’ every morning, more than likely because we reinforced this by rewarding his cuteness with chocolate eggs on Easter Sunday.  But while the chocolate egg bender may well be over, my son is quite right in continuing to spread… Read More Celebrating Easter in your classroom – it’s not over yet!

Three sacramentals to have in your classroom

Friends, as teachers in Catholic schools, I think it is important that our classrooms are a reflection of the Catholic identity of the school.  Catholic school classrooms should be identifiable not just as learning spaces, but as sacred spaces.  We do this in various ways through both physical signs such as prayer tables and through… Read More Three sacramentals to have in your classroom