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Making a Difference KS1

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Katie Waring

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Catholic Children's Society
Making A Difference
Autumn Appeal 2017

Why should we help others?
What could we do to help other people?
Write down one idea on your star
What does Jesus teach us about helping other people?
Jesus teaches us about helping others in the
Parable of the Good Samaritan
There was once a man who was walking a very long way.
Robbers attacked him, beat him up and stole everything he had, even his clothes.
A priest was going down that road and saw the man. He walked on by, on the other side.
A religious leader also came along,went over and looked at the man, and then walked on by, on the other side.
But then a Samaritan who was travelling that way saw the man and went over to him. The Samaritan cleaned the man's wounds and bandaged them.
Then he put the man on his own animal and took
him to an inn, where he took care of him.
Which of the three men helped someone in need?
The Good Samaritan
1. Cut out the pictures on worksheet 2
2. Sort the pictures into the correct order
3. Stick them onto worksheet 1
4. Colour in the pictures
The Catholic Children's Society (CCS) is a charity whose work is based on the teachings of Jesus. CCS work to follow the example of the Good Samaritan.

The Good Samaritan helped someone in need.
He made a difference.
CCS make a difference too!
The Catholic Children's Society
Ellie is six years old. She lives with her mum, dad and little sister. Three months ago, Ellie's dad lost his job. The family could not pay their rent so they had to leave their flat. Ellie's family stayed with one of her dad's friends for two months. Five of them shared a one bedroom flat.

One night Ellie’s dad's friend told them to leave. They had nowhere to go and had to sleep on the streets that night.
Ellie's Head Teacher found out what was happening and called the Catholic Children's Society the next day.

With money from the Crisis Fund, CCS were able to pay for emergency accommodation for Ellie and her family.

CCS then called the Council for the family. Within days they were given a new home.

However, their new flat had no furniture. With money from the Crisis Fund, CCS were also able to buy the family beds and a washing machine.
Ellie's story
CCS works to help children and families who are in need.
Many of the families we work with do not have enough money for basic items like food or clothes
We run free Family Centres to support families living in poverty
We have trained therapists working in schools, helping children who are going through problems at home or at school
We also have a Crisis Fund which offers emergency help to families across the Diocese.
This is how one girl in London was helped by the CCS Crisis Fund. . .

How does CCS make a difference?
Family Centres
The Crisis Fund
Ellie and her family were helped by the CCS Crisis Fund.
With your help, we can help even more children like Ellie.
How can you make a difference?
Do you remember our bag of stars?
Every day, one of you will be given one of our class stars.
You will try and help others by completing the action on the star.
When you have completed the action on your star, come back and tell the class!
Can we help CCS make a difference?
By raising money for CCS, we can help those in need and make a difference!

How can we raise money for CCS?
Lord Jesus,

Thank you for teaching us the importance of helping others. Let us think of those children who are living in poverty right now. Give us strength as we work to help them this autumn and live out your teachings.

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Place your stars in the bag
5. Write a description of what is happening below each picture
The Crisis Fund offers money to families who are in need of essential items, such as basic furniture, food or clothing.
Every pound that you donate will go into the
Southwark Crisis Fund.
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