St. Joseph's Catholic Primary Academy

We Value All in the Name of Jesus the Christ

Useful websites

The following websites have information and guidance on the Catholic faith, charity giving and fundraising.


CAFOD stands for the Catholic Agency For Overseas Development. They are an international development charity and the official aid agency of the Catholic Church in England and Wales. They provide many free primary teaching resources to support global learning in your school including lesson plans, CAFOD assemblies and fundraising ideas for EYFS, KS1 and KS2.

Mission together

As the Pope’s official children's charity for overseas mission, Mission together supports the physical, spiritual, and emotional wellbeing of children around the world. They provide a variety of FREE Primary School resources throughout the year. These range from assemblies and activities, which can be downloaded from the materials page of their website.


The Catholic Education Service (CES) acts on behalf of the Catholic Bishops' Conference to support Catholic education.


Asking the Big Questions - Exploring the Christian Faith

Be inspirational

A range of quality resources and materials are available to further support Collective Worship in tandem with the Come and See.

Articles of faith

Here at Articles of Faith you will find all the resources you need to teach Religious Education to foundation stage, key stage 1, key stage 2, key stage 3 and key stage 4, as well as to further education. From genuine religious artefacts sourced from all over the world, to books, CDs, DVDs and more, this really is a one-stop shop for teaching about the six major world faiths and beyond

Churches together

Churches Together - There are many different Christian churches and denominations, but all have the same basic calling - to worship God, to share the good news about Jesus Christ and to work for the good of all people.

The National Gallery

The National Gallery houses the national collection of Western European painting from the 13th to the 19th centuries.

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