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LiveSimply in your school

LiveSimply in your school

Sign up, complete your action plan and send it to us to begin your journey.

Sign up in your primary school

Sign up in your secondary school / college

To apply for the LiveSimply award your school needs to commit to 9 faith inspired actions demonstrating you are living simply, sustainably, and in solidarity with the world's poorest communities.

By signing up to LiveSimply, your school will impact our global family, your local community and your school community as you reflect the teachings of Jesus, Catholic Social Teaching and Laudato Si’ along your journey. 

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Planning LiveSimply

LiveSimply global, local and school ideas

Some ideas for actions that will impact our global community, your local community or their school community as you demonstrate living simply, sustainably, and in solidarity with the world's poorest communities.

Resources to use in school

LiveSimply stickers

LiveSimply stickers template compatible with Avery recycled paper labels, square 40x40mm blank, or A4 sticker sheets.

A great way to encourage your pupils to chat with their families about their LiveSimply actions.

LiveSimply pledge resources

A helpful PowerPoint to explain living simply, living sustainably, and living in solidarity with the world's poorest communities, to give pupils/students ideas for creating their own LiveSimply pledge. Teachers script and pledge template also available.

LiveSimply posters, characters and letter to parents

Download posters to support your LiveSimply journey.
Make your own resources with the LiveSimply characters and logos.
Letter to parents to tell them your school is working towards becoming a LiveSimply school.

LiveSimply assembly

Use our assembly to help pupils understand what the LiveSimply award is and to make the connection between their faith and caring for the world and our global neighbours.

LiveSimply prayers

Laudato Si' for schools

Resources for primary schools and secondary schools on Pope Francis' encyclical, Laudato Si.