"Our students thoroughly enjoyed the S.E.A.T Project and loved making and painting the designs of the SEATs. Here the red & grey SEATs were designed to match our Children’s Cubby House Project which is being donated to our local nursing home for visiting children at the centre. The SEATs have been filled with toys for kids to play with when visiting at the nursing home. We are still designing … [Read more...]
Developing World Day
Let's hear from our first school in the Northern Territory, Good Shepherd Lutheran College in Darwin.... The Year 4 students have lead our unit of inquiry and have decided that they want to send ‘shoe boxes of love’ to underprivileged children. We’ve learnt a lot so far about the developing world and how there are so many children less fortunate than us. As a part of our learning, we had … [Read more...]
A hurricane of good!
Students from Year 5N at Matthew Pearce Public School in Baulkham Hills have looked behind the scenes at the SEATs they have built and discovered where SEAT comes from, and how he views himself. “SEAT: The Little Stool That Could” revealed that SEAT is manufactured in a sustainable factory in Thanh Hoa, 4 hours south of Hanoi, Vietnam. SEAT doesn't feel very special, after all he is not like an … [Read more...]