The Year 4 students of Good Shepherd Lutheran College in Darwin enjoyed a fabulous SEAT learning journey. Take a look at their SEATs and hear what their teacher had to say about it.... The students led our unit of inquiry and decided that they wanted to send 'shoe boxes of love' to underprivileged children. We've learnt a lot about the developing world and how there are so many children less … [Read more...]
over $9000 for Shelterbox!
Year 5 students of Hills Grammar have researched and discovered ways in which they can contribute and make a difference to their world through their S.E.A.T Project lessons. Their SEATs this year have been decorated with a Picasso inspired theme and sold at an online auction to the highest bidder for their cause raising an outstanding $3780! Together with the proceeds of their Market Day, Year 5 … [Read more...]
"Our Year 5 students eventually decided to support Indigenous Literacy Foundation and have decorated SEATs accordingly, in a way that demonstrates the charity we are supporting and to make them appealing. The Project has given us lots of opportunities to stretch how we work as a team and compromise on ideas about designs. We are holding an online silent auction for the stools and are hoping to … [Read more...]
SEATs for Thai orphanage
You may have heard about the Year 5 students of Nakara Primary School earlier in the year whose S.E.A.T Project made it to the Channel 9 News in Darwin! They have since auctioned off their small decorated SEATs at their school's 40th birthday celebration and raised over $600 to send to their chosen cause - Grace Ministries, who house orphans in Thailand who would have been exploited through the … [Read more...]
SEAT and Picasso for Shelterbox!
It's Hills Grammar's second year of the S.E.A.T Project and the new group of Year 5 students have eagerly continued on the butterfly effect that their peers began last year. The students have researched and discovered ways in which they can contribute and make a difference to their world, and with the input from ShelterBox Australia, they are planning to assist those in crisis. Their SEATs this … [Read more...]
"Our students worked through the S.E.A.T Project education program with the support of their teachers and a select group of students from Liverpool Girls High School. Each fortnight, our students from the children’s ward are joined by a group of Year 9 students. Liverpool Hospital School runs a program for Liverpool Girls High School students to improve their social skills in a structured … [Read more...]