It’s our goal that every primary-school parent knows ethics is an option for their child, and that parents and the wider community know about volunteering opportunities with Primary Ethics.
Thank you for sharing information about ethics education with your community.
Our resource kit contains:
- information sheets and flyers
- social media posts
- print advertisements
- pull-up banners & stall materials
- workplace volunteering info sheet
For media release templates, high resolution images, assistance or feedback please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
INFORMATION SHEETS AND FLYERS
1. Information flyer for families
An introduction to ethics classes for parents and carers that is useful for school office foyers, for P&C meetings and kindy orientation packs. Designed pro-bono by Flame,
2. Information for schools (school teacher’s guide)
This double-sided A4 info sheet gives principals, classroom teachers and other Department of Education staff an overview of Primary Ethics education program. Designed pro-bono by Fireseed.
3. Volunteering flyers
Designed pro-bono by the team at Flame, these are designed to be a double sided A5 flyer, although can be used as a single stand alone flyer (and will also print to a larger size A4).
4. Workplace volunteering info sheet
One page info sheet designed for businesses and organisations considering Primary Ethics as part of their volunteering or corporate social responsibility program.
Social media posts
These images are designed to be posted on your own social media accounts, or on a group or community page that allows for volunteering and not-for-profit posts. See also ideas for accompanying text.
We worked with Flame to create print ads for newspapers and magazines. Feel free to ask your local publication if they will run them as no-cost filler ads. Download preferred sizes below. With sufficient lead time, we may be able to resize to fit.
Skills for today, hope for tomorrow 3min39sec: Hear from those involved in Primary Ethics – students, volunteers and schools – about what makes the program so valuable.
Our shared purpose 5min40sec: ethics class case study from Parramatta East
Why do you do ethics? Interviews with stage 3 students 2min20sec: Stage 3 students explain what they enjoy about the ethics program.
Why volunteer to be an ethics teacher? 1min30sec: Why volunteer to be an ethics teacher? What happens in an ethics class? What skills do the students learn? We ask ethics teacher Mike McDonnell. Created pro-bono by Tin Cat Productions.
WORKPLACE VOLUNTEERING INFO SHEET
PULL-UP BANNERS & STALL MATERIALS
2 pages of curriculum topics (designed by JR Design)