Free social justice teaching resources

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Learn, Act and Pray with our Social Justice Toolkits

Catholic Social Teaching toolkit

The Catholic Social Teaching toolkit allows you to connect Catholic values and principles into lessons across the curriculum.

Strength Based Approach Button

Using the Interactive Village, students can explore how the Strength-Based Approach enhances Human Dignity.

Just Visiting Toolkit button

Just Visiting is a reflective practice guide to assist school leaders evaluate the impacts and risks of School Immersions or Service Learning activities.

Primary School Resources

Primary School Students

Resources across the curriculum which help you cover difficult but important topics, with language and activities appropriate to younger learners. Activities are categorised for Lower, Middle or Upper Primary.

Secondary School Resources

Secondary School Students

A combination of flexible learning resources, multimedia experiences and one-off classroom activities for all levels and all subjects.