A message to the students from the founders of Orange Sky Laundry: "Thank-you to the students of Corrimal Public School who put so much time, effort and creativity into painting these SEATs for Orange Sky Laundry. Our vans service 84 locations across Australia and wash more than 6.72 tonnes of laundry a week. At each shift, we put out 6 orange chairs where our volunteers and friends have … [Read more...]
SEAT & Corrimal PS make the WIN TV News!
WIN TV visited Corrimal Public School to take a look at what they had created with the S.E.A.T Project! Orange Sky Laundry also happened to be paying a visit. The students decided that they would like to donate their SEATs to Orange Sky Laundry who provide a washing service for the homeless around Australia. Their SEATs are travelling to Orange Sky Laundry’s head office in Brisbane to provide a … [Read more...]
S.E.A.T brings teens together
"Students from Holroyd School Merrylands are looking beyond the classroom for their latest Project. Holroyd, a Special Education school, has teamed up with year 11 and 12 students from Key College in Merrylands to build and paint their bamboo SEATs as a part of the sustainability-focussed S.E.A.T Project", said Maryanne Taouk from the Parramatta Advertiser. Read the full story … [Read more...]
S.E.A.T – quite compelling
"I just met with Christa from S.E.A.T Project following an introduction from one of our local NAB Regional Managers and the work she and her team are doing in the community and schools is wonderful. I offered to personally support one local project as I found the work to be quite compelling…..a worthwhile and meaningful initiative", said Dirk Chinchen, Health Senior Banking Manager NAB … [Read more...]
SEAT building & team building!
Year 7, 8 and 9 students from Holroyd School Merrylands built their SEATs with the help from Year 11 & 12 students from Father Chris Riley’s Youth Off The Streets, Key College. Holroyd School supports students with moderate and severe intellectual disabilities. Many of the students have multiple disabilities. What a valuable and meaningful learning experience about participation in the … [Read more...]
SEAT meets KAT !
So excited to be invited to speak at a recent KidsGive Ambassador Team (KAT) meeting. Held at the new and impressive Ernst & Young building in George Street Sydney, we introduced SEAT to a group of school leaders from Ascham, St Aloysius' College, Manly Village Public School and All Saints Grammar. This extraordinary group of students are truly making a tangible difference to the lives of … [Read more...]