Saint Patrick's Journey


Walk through Time:

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History for Children:

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Use the fact file provided to learn about how the Celts lived - what clothes they wore, the weapons they used and what religions they embraced.




Ogham Stones: (RESEARCH LINK)

Learn about megalithic Ireland and see where in Ireland Ogham stones can be found.

Tourism Ireland: (Activity Link)

Find out facts about Saint Patrick and how his memory is celebrated today.

History World - History of the Celts:

Learn the history of the Celts, their legacy and about Druids.

Book of Kells: (Research Link)



BBC - Link to Saint Patrick site:

BBC Ancient British History:

Learn about British Prehistory, the wide array of thriving cultures, sites and artefacts.

Non-BBC Sites - The History of Saint Patrick:
Watch videos and read articles dedicated to the story, celebrations and myths behind Saint Patrick.

Making a Timeline:

Here you are guided through the process of creating a timeline, from planning the timeline to drawing it.

Ogham Stones:

Online encyclopaedia entry detailing what Ogham Stones are, how they where used and how to correctly identify the Ogham alphabet.

Tourism Ireland:

Find out facts about Saint Patrick and how his memory is celebrated today.

Downpatrick Centre:

Visit the centre that is dedicated to the story of Saint Patrick - from his kidnap by raiders to his eventual death.

Saint Patrick's Country:

Learn about the places Saint Patrick is said to have visited in the counties of Down and Armagh. Gain tourist information on the important places to visit.

Armagh Trian:

Visit the Saint Patrick's Trian visitor centre in Armagh and experience the three exhibitions it has to offer - The Armagh Story, Patrick's Testament - The Book of Armagh and The Land of Lilliput.

Book of Kells: (Research Link)

Ulster Museum:

Visit the Ulster Museum and see the Saints and Scholars exhibition at the newly re-opened venue.


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