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Thanks to all schools who took part in 2023!

Over 150 schools from across the country took part in the Parliamentary exhibition where MPs and Parliamentarians heard the message of climate justice.

This year join with children in primary schools across the country and get creative for climate justice again!

Free resources for primary schools to learn about climate change, climate justice and have the chance to get your work displayed at the Houses of Parliament.

Register your interest and send us your artwork by contacting

Getting involved in the project is easy and can be done in 3 simple steps.

Step One: Learn about climate justice

Step two: Get creative for climate justice!

Put Catholic Social Teaching into action, think about our global neighbours and the world you want to see.

You could use paint, ink, pastels, pencils or screenprint, or make a print of digital artwork or a photo. Remember to include a title or caption outlining the thinking behind it and the first name and school of the artist.

Step three: Share your artwork with us

In order to have the chance to be part of the exhibition at the Houses of Parliament, take photographs of the climate justice artwork you'd like to submit and send the images to

You may send us as many or as few images as you wish.

Unfortunately we cannot promise to feature every artwork you send in an exhibition. However we'll do our very best.

The deadline for sending us your images is Friday 10 November 2023.

More climate resources

Resources for primary schools

Explore the link between climate change and poverty with our resources for primary schools. Watch these animations and use our resources.

Laudato Si'

Watch our animation and find resources on Pope Francis' letter about caring for our common home.