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Southwark EYFS & KS1 Final

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CONNECT
UNDERSTAND
Connecting Together
Prayer
Catholic Children's Society
Lent Appeal EYFS & KS1
Lent is a time when we grow closer to God.

Together, we will look at different things we can do to grow closer to God this Lent!

REFLECT
PRAY
CELEBRATE
Using just one piece of paper, make the longest possible paper chain!
Paper Chain Challenge
GIVE
CCS
Family Centres
ConnectEd
George
The Crisis Fund
Why should we give to those in need?
Can you think of a time when you have given to those in need?
Spend two minutes thinking about something that happened to you today that has made you happy.
Our lives are often so busy that we forget to pause and think.
When we reflect we take the time to pause and think.
Reflection is an important part of faith.
When we spend time reflecting, we grow closer to God.
Reflection
We are now going to spend time reflecting on an important part of the Easter story.
When it was time to eat the Passover supper, Jesus went with his friends to an upstairs room in a house in Jerusalem.
The Last Supper
Giving to those in need
What is prayer?
Jesus prayed to God all the way through his life.
Jesus prays in Gethsemane
Jesus went with his disciples to a garden called Gethsemane, and he said to them, "Sit here while I go over there and pray."

Jesus was very sad. He knew that he would die soon.

Jesus prayed to God because he was frightened. By praying to God, Jesus felt stronger and was able to face what was going to happen to him.

Why is Jesus praying?
Jesus was taken from place to place and his enemies tried to find something to accuse him of doing wrong.

The next day they made him carry a huge piece of wood to a place outside the city walls and they crucified him with two criminals. A large crowd gathered.

Jesus said, “Forgive them, Father! They don't know what they are doing."

After many hours the sky turned black. Jesus gave a loud cry before he died.
Jesus' Death
Why is Jesus praying?
Jesus prayed to God at the end of his life because he was scared and wanted God to comfort him.

He also prayed to God to ask Him to help others.
What are you scared or worried about?
Who needs our help?
This Lent, we are raising money for the Catholic Children's Society (CCS)
CCS help local children living in poverty.
Then Jesus’ friends saw an angel who told them, “Don’t be afraid! I know you’re looking for Jesus, who was crucified. He has been brought back to life. Go quickly, and tell his disciples that he is alive.”
As they started to go and tell Jesus’ other friends they saw Jesus himself. They fell down to worship him. Jesus told the women to go tell his other friends the good news.
He told the disciples he would be back one day and they must tell people all over the world about him.
After Jesus had spoken to his disciples he was taken up into heaven.
At Easter, we celebrate Jesus' Resurrection and Ascension.
Thank you so much for giving to those in need this Lent, helping local children living in poverty- you really have made a difference!
CCS run two Family Centres, St Francis in Poplar and St Mark's Stay and Play in North Kensington
The Family Centres offer local families:

Safe spaces for children to play
Meeting places for parents
Help for parents and carers
ConnectEd is a service which provides counselling and therapy for children and young people who are going through problems at home or at school and need some extra support
George is five years old and lives in Poplar. George loves football. He supports Arsenal and he would love to go and watch a game! He enjoys playing with his friends. When he grows up he wants to be a doctor so that he can help people.
Prayer
Dear Lord,

Thank you for all that we have. Guide us as we work to help our brothers and sisters this Lent, understanding the difficulties of others to grow closer to you.

Amen
Dear Lord,

Thank you for all that we have. Guide us as we work to help our brothers and sisters this Lent, giving to others to grow closer to you.

Amen
CCS
What is reflection?
Jesus took a towel and a bowl of water. Their feet were hot and dusty and needed to be washed before they sat down to eat. But Peter did not want Jesus to wash their feet. Jesus was not their servant!
Jesus washed their feet and explained. "I have shown you how to take care of each other. Follow my example, show love to one another and always be willing to help."
Dear Lord,

Thank you for all that we have. Guide us as we work to help our brothers and sisters this Lent, growing closer to you through reflection.

Amen
Dear Lord,

Thank you for all that we have. Guide us as we work to help our brothers and sisters this Lent, growing closer to you through prayer.

Amen
Try to think about these children in your prayers.
Many of the children who CCS help feel very sad and alone.
Prayer
Prayer
What is prayer?
Praying
Prayer
Jesus' Death
Jesus is alive!
Prayer
We can also celebrate how you have given to others during Lent!
Whose paper chain is the longest?
How can we make our paper chains even longer?
We can connect them together!
If we connect and work together, we can achieve more!
All of the red markers are schools.

Last year, all of these schools worked to help CCS, our local charity!
Schools used these boxes to collect money for the Catholic Children’s Society (CCS)
CCS help children who are living in poverty. When a family lives in poverty, it means they do not have enough money to buy basic things like clothes or food.

With the help of schools connecting together, last year CCS were able to help 5818 people! When we connect and work together, we can make a difference!

Each week during Lent, we will think about different things we can do to grow closer to God.

In the Week 1 Connect leaf, write down how you can connect together.
George lives with his mum, dad and little sister, Layla. Layla is only a baby so his mum stays at home to look after her.

George’s dad used to have two jobs, one as a waiter and one as a cleaner. George’s dad used to get up at 5am to get to his cleaning job. He would finish at 2pm, then come home for food and a quick sleep, then go to the restaurant he worked at as a waiter. He would work in the restaurant until 1am, and then get up again at 5am! He would do this six, or sometimes seven days a week.

George’s dad was always very tired and missed his family, but he enjoyed his jobs.
One day, George’s dad found out that the restaurant was closing and that he would lose his job as a waiter. A week later, George’s dad lost his other job as a cleaner.

George’s dad was very worried. He needed his job to pay for their flat, to pay for heating and water for the flat, and to buy food and clothes for the family. He tried to find a new job. He went to interviews, but no one would give him a job.

The landlord who owned the flat got very angry because George’s dad could not pay him for the flat. The family had to leave their flat and had nowhere to live.
Luckily, the Council found the family a flat. George’s family were very happy, but the one problem was that the flat did not have any furniture in it.

George’s last home had beds, chairs, tables, and a washing machine already in it. This flat was completely empty. George’s dad had no money to buy any furniture, so the family lived in an empty flat for two months.


George’s Head Teacher contacted the Catholic Children’s Society (CCS) straight away. CCS were able to use their Crisis Fund to give the family money for beds, a table, chairs and a washing machine. CCS also gave them food vouchers. George’s family were so happy!

Two weeks later, George’s dad found a new job as a waiter. Now the family have enough money to pay bills and buy food and clothes.

George sleeps in his own bed every night, has breakfast every morning, and loves going to school and playing with his friends!

Who helped George and his family? CCS!
The Crisis Fund can help families who are in need of essential items, such as basic furniture, food or clothing.
The Crisis Fund provides emergency help for families living in poverty.

How can we grow closer to God this week?

In the Week 2 Understand leaf, write down how you can show understanding and grow closer to God this week.

The Crisis Fund
Any Head Teacher in the Diocese can apply to the Crisis Fund to help their pupils
The money that you collect in your Lenten box helps children just George!
Can you remember the name of the child we learnt about last lesson?
George!
Do you remember who helped George?
CCS!
Today, we are going to learn about other children who have been helped by CCS!
Nasir is six years old. His teacher and mum have noticed that he has stopped talking to the other children in his class. He is finding it difficult to concentrate in lessons.
Nasir's parents recently separated and he does not like living at home without his dad. He has not spoken to his mum or teachers because he does not want to bother them.
Nasir
Sara is four years old. She lives with her mum and dad and two older sisters. Sara’s family came to London from Syria last year. The family live in a one-bedroom flat in Tower Hamlets. The family are too big for the flat but they don’t know how to find a bigger home. Sara’s parents also feel bad because they do not have enough money to buy toys for her.
Sara
Eli is ten years old. Eli lives with his dad. They were recently moved by the local council from their house to a smaller flat. Their last house had furniture in it already, so when they moved they had to leave the beds, chairs and tables. Their new house is completely empty. They have no money to buy any furniture.
Eli
Crisis Fund
This might mean giving the children and their families money for food, furniture or to pay household bills
The Crisis Fund provides emergency help for children who are living in poverty
Any Head Teacher in the Diocese can access the Fund for a child in their school.
This Lent, your school is giving to others by raising money for the CCS Crisis Fund to help children like Eli and George.

What could you do to raise money for CCS in your Lenten boxes?

How can we grow closer to God this week?

In the Week 3 Give leaf, write down how you can give to others and grow closer to God this week.


Jesus took a piece of bread and said "Take and eat it, this is my body."

Then he took a cup of wine, gave thanks to God, and gave it to his friends. "Drink it, all of you," he said; "this is my blood."

Then Jesus told his friends that this would be the last time he ate or drank with them before he died.
How can we grow closer to God this week?

In the Week 4 Reflect leaf, write down how you can reflect and grow closer to God this week.

As Jesus came to the end of his life, he prayed to God even more.
When we talk to God
How can we grow closer to God this week?

Write your own prayer in the Week 5 Pray leaf.

Who knows what happened after Jesus died?
How can we grow closer to God this week?

In the Week 6 Celebrate leaf, write down how you can celebrate Easter and grow closer to God.

Dear Lord,

Thank you for all that we have. Guide us as we work to help our brothers and sisters this Lent, joining together to grow closer to you.

Amen
Dear Lord,

Thank you for all that we have. Guide us as we work to help our brothers and sisters this Lent, celebrating together to grow closer to you.

Amen
Sometimes when George went to school he was hungry because his family did not have enough money to buy food. He was tired because he found it difficult to sleep on the floor. His school uniform was dirty because they had no washing machine. George could not concentrate in school and stopped playing with his friends. He was too worried about his dad, mum and baby sister.

George’s Head Teacher saw that something was not right and asked George what was wrong. George’s Head Teacher met with George’s mum and dad to find out what was happening.
Three days after Jesus' death, some of Jesus’ friends went to the tomb.

When they arrived, they saw that the tomb had been opened and Jesus’ body was gone!
How do you think the disciples felt when this happened?
Which CCS service could Nasir's family go to?
Which CCS service could Sara's family go to?
Which CCS service could Eli's family go to?
How do you think Jesus' friends felt when they saw him?
Southwark Diocese
These are your dove’s wings.
1. Write your prayer on the wings.

2. Cut out the wings.

3. Fold the wings lengthways like a fan, then fold again (see below)

4. Cut out the outline of your dove

5. Make a slot for your wings by cutting along the dotted line on your dove

6. Insert the folded wings into the slot (see below)
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