LifeLink Day 2020 Primary Schools
Welcome to my
‘2020 LifeLink Day for Catholic Schools’
Dear Students, Principals and Teachers,
On Wednesday 3 June, I officially launch LifeLink Day for 2020.
Due to the extraordinary times we are all experiencing as a result of the COVID19 crisis and the social distancing restrictions which apply, Bishop Sproxton and I cannot be with you in person.
But we did want to send all of you our best wishes, and to provide information which we hope you may find of interest. Our special launch video is available here:
We hope teachers will make time to share this in class and discuss LifeLink Day with you.
LifeLink Day is launched during WA Week each year. It is appropriate that we join together to celebrate what is great about our State, especially as restrictions are slowly lifted and we all return to a more normal life… as best we can.
LifeLink Day is also when I ask each of you to reflect on, and reach out to, people who are struggling in the community – our ‘brothers and sisters right here at home’.
The past weeks and months have been hard – separated from family and friends, perhaps experiencing hardships we hadn’t previously imagined like not being able to buy certain foods or for many adults, the temporary loss of a job.
Now imagine what life has been like for all the people who were already suffering great hardships BEFORE the Covid19 crisis. What must life be like for them at this moment?
Today, they need us more than ever!
LifeLink Day is a wonderful opportunity for students attending Catholic schools within the Archdiocese of Perth to join together to show support for the many Church agencies, which on behalf of us all, reach out to provide practical care and direct assistance to thousands of people in need in the community.
For LifeLink Day 2020, primary school students are asked to harness their collective creativity to create a movie…
- Each class/year level researches one of the LifeLink agencies.
- The class/year level creates a video which:
- Introduces the class
- Creatively explains the work of the LifeLink agency they have researched
- Includes a message or prayer for people struggling in the community
- The individual videos are then collated to make a whole of school video, which should then be sent to the LifeLink Office as a .mov file.
When making the video, it is recommended that one of the following multimedia products is used: Clips, iMovie, Keynote, Sway or PowerPoint.
Every school’s movie will be uploaded to our LifeLink website for everyone to enjoy.
If your school cannot participate in this movie project, we hope it will find time to host a special fundraising “LifeLink Day” at some stage during the school year.
We wish you and your school every success.
Thank you for supporting LifeLink Day 2020.
Most Rev Timothy Costelloe SDB
Archbishop of Perth
Available for download now are:
LifeLink — Catholic Caring Agencies
|Street Address:||Griver House, 249 Adelaide Terrace, PERTH WA 6000|
|Postal Address:||GPO Box K828, PERTH WA 6842|
|Phone:||+61 8 6104 3636|
|Fax:||+61 8 6162 0345|