Students record what they have learnt about the four stories and countries in their Project Compassion Passport. A printable PDF where students can input their responses and submit back to the teacher. To complete the tasks, students use the Passport Hub, an interactive image with links to the stories, videos, photo galleries and websites for student research. Tasks include: Fact Check, Map, Global Goals (Sustainable Development Goals), Prayer, Reflection and Catholic Social Teaching activity for each week. Once students complete all tasks related to the country/story, the teacher can provide them with a Passport Stamp (available in the Upper Primary Teacher Handbook).
For Upper Primary Students: Year 3, Year 4, Year 5 and Year 6.
Definition and history of the Stolen Generations, supported by case studies and reflective activities for Upper Primary school students.
Stage 3. Years 5 and 6.
Case Study with accompanying board game. Designed for primary school students and youth, family and parish groups.Learn More
This resource is a case study of a young woman living in Mozambique, whose life was changed with the support of Caritas Australia. The case study has a variety of accompanying activities to be used within a classroom, as well as printable worksheets for students. The activities range from comprehension based, reflections, discussions, media analysis and practical activities. this resource incorporates a strong Catholic Social Teaching focus.Learn More
A case study from Vietnam for primary students with accompanying worksheets and classroom activities.Learn More
Case Study with worksheets and activities for primary classroom students.
Keywords: women, children, baby, mother, motherhood, midwife, doctor, health, Safe Motherhood Program, Catholic Social Teaching, love, courage.