"When exploring the literacy and values sessions our students really grasped the idea behind the project. They loved the story of the little SEAT and drew a comparison to the children’s picture book ‘The Little Engine That Could’. They loved the underlying theme that you can achieve anything and to dream big. This had a lovely correlation with our school’s focus on Positive Mind Frames and the … [Read more...]
This afternoon I visited OOSH & Vacation Care Fairymeadow. They've just begun their SEAT process and we can't wait to see what they do! The featured image is by Elka (age 7) from Good Samaritan Primary School in Fairymeadow. Each afternoon at OOSH she draws a new and inventive image about the SEAT story. 2 SEATs are on the left. "we put them together with a cherry on top! in the … [Read more...]
Pay it forward mindset
When approaching the S.E.A.T. Project we decided to undertake a “pay it forward” mindset. The students worked together to build their SEATs and learn about the project. They then chose a person or organisation to inspire their design. Each student chose a charity that they wished to “pay it forward” to. The profit from these SEATs will be ‘grown’ by the students in a maths/commerce task. The final … [Read more...]
passionate advocates Oxley College
Oxley College in Burradoo (Southern Highlands, NSW) is home to the writer of our S.E.A.T Project Education Program! Their school community decided to participate as a whole school model. The students raised $3,695.15 that was gifted to 12 organisations or initiatives! The SEAT Project was led by our students in House Family Groups. Our deep trust in each child’s capacity and high expectations for … [Read more...]
More schools helping schools!
The Royal North Shore Hospital School have been singing SEAT's praises so much that they heard them in the Northern Territory! They will be running the S.E.A.T Project again this year but have teamed up with Royal Darwin Hospital School this time. Royal North Shore Hospital School have completely funded the Project for their Darwin friends. Another example of SEAT's butterfly effect. … [Read more...]