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Catholic Social Teaching

Catholic Social Teaching offers a set of principles to help us think about and consider how we should interact with one another, within our local and global family. It is based on Scripture, tradition and Church teaching and forms the foundation of the choices we make, it provides a vision for a just and fair society in which the dignity of all people is recognised, and those who are vulnerable are cared for. Following in the footsteps of Christ, we hope to make present in our world, the justice, love and peace of God.

In November, we were delighted to launch social action projects linked to the seven themes of Catholic Social Teaching. During the launch, children learnt more about what Catholic Social Teaching is and about role models for social action from the past and present.

Each class was given a special bag containing images, scripture and links to help them consider their Catholic Social Teaching statement and think about how they can create a project which will make an impact on their brothers and sisters in the local and global community. The projects that the children decide upon will take place across the course of the year.

Click on the Year group links to find out more about each project:

Foundation Stage

Year One

Year Two

Year Three

Year Four

Year Five

Year Six


Click here for a look at our fabulous Catholic Social Teaching Newsletter