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Secondary Lenten Appeal 2015

‘Who is your social neighbour?’

Our Lenten Appeal lesson for Secondary Schools focuses on the possible problems and serious consequences of social media misuse. We are encouraging students to reflect on the parable of the Good Samaritan when interacting with others online.
During Lent, we are also asking schools to raise money for our Crisis Fund. The Crisis Fund provides emergency assistance for families living in poverty. 100% of the money raised by Secondary School students goes straight into the Crisis Fund.

Participating schools receive-

·         Student leaflets providing information on the lesson and the Crisis Fund
·         Coin tubes to make fundraising easier
·         Letters for parents/ guardians on social media apps
·         Learning resources for teachers

Learning Resources
The ‘Who is your social neighbour?’ lesson plan, worksheets, Prezi presentation and PowerPoint presentation (same presentation, different formats) are available to download below. Please feel free to adapt the resources to suit your style of teaching and the needs of your own pupils.

Lesson Plan

Scenario Worksheet

Good Samaritan Worksheet

Prezi Presentation
To change the Prezi or download a copy which you can use offline, follow the link and click on the box ‘Make a copy.’  Log in or sign up to a free account.

PowerPoint Presentation

If you would like to order student leaflets or parent letters, please email katiew@cathchild.org.uk

Do you want to run the London Marathon 2015?

Do you want to run the London Marathon 2015?

Why not run and fundraise at the same time! The Catholic Children’s Society (Westminster) are now looking for people to run in the Virgin Money London Marathon 2015 and you could be the holder of one coveted place.

Places to run in the Marathon are like Gold Dust ….and we have 8 guaranteed places next year.

If you would like to run or know someone who would, please contact Megan Barzaq  on meganb@cathchild.org.uk for more information.