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WEE BOX, BIG CHANGE 2024 Schools Resources

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Year Published 2024

Publisher SCIAF

Language English

Content type Schools

Topics Gender, Prayer and Reflection, 2024 WEE BOX Resources

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This year’s WEE BOX appeal focuses on how, with your help, we are supporting communities in Rwanda.  

Within these downloads, you will find prayers and activities linked to the Pope Francis Faith Award, Laudato Si’ Schools and the TIOF curriculum, including: 

  • WEE BOX assembly resources 

Presentations suitable for pupils or school staff to lead, with accompanying notes including a thank you assembly.  

  • Teachers’ notes 

Everything you need to support your class in their learning including background information on SCIAF’s work, plus tips on discussing difficult issues in the classroom. 

  • Prayer and classroom activities 
  • SCIAF Stations of the Cross, Catholic Social Teaching activities, meditations on Scripture, WEE BOX prayers plus reflections for Ash Wednesday and International Women’s Day. 
  • Kahoot quizzes for primary and secondary schools are also available.

- WEE BOX 2024 Gender equality - secondary school

- WEE BOX 2024 Rwanda - primary school

- WEE BOX 2024 Rwanda - secondary school  

  • WEE BOX Fundraising ideas 

Sign up for The Big Lent Walk and find more ideas for fundraising in your school. 

You can also view all the WEE BOX videos suitable for schools on our YouTube channel.  

Don’t forget to book a classroom visit from SCIAF for Primary and Secondary schools – more info can be found in the Teachers’ Notes. To book please email or call on 0141 354 5555. 

Thank you to the whole school community for your support of SCIAF. We are committed to providing faith-filled global citizenship and sustainable development education resources to help your school learn, pray and act for global justice.

Remember to let us know how your school is getting involved by using #WEEBOX online and tagging us: @SCIAF on X and Facebook or @sciaf_insta on Instagram. 

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