We are thrilled to have Wisemans Ferry Public School join our SEAT community; a historic school (est.1867) scenically situated on the banks of the Hawkesbury River. Stage 3 have build their SEATs. We’re looking forward to see how they progress through lessons in philanthropy and wise action! … [Read more...]
friend to SEAT
TEA TREE – Room 8 (Halinda School NSW) We gained a lot from doing the S.E.A.T Project. We learned to work as a team, taking turns and learning to problem solve in building the SEAT. We read the story every week and focused on different parts. Our most favourite part was about the butterfly Bea, and how she was a friend to SEAT. We talked about being friends, and who are our friends. We … [Read more...]
Head, Hand, Heart in Launceston!
As a part of their Art Club, Year 9 students of Launceston Big Picture School are designing and executing artworks onto their SEATs that will be exhibited later in the year. The student designers/artists were presented with a brief that follows the line of 'Head, Hand, Heart'; a worldwide Big Picture School goal. The brief can be viewed here: There is some really cool stuff happening. We are … [Read more...]
First Tassie school!
We are so excited to welcome our first school in Tassie! Trevallyn Primary School in Launceston have begun their S.E.A.T Project with teamwork - the SEAT build. Watch this space as they continue their SEAT journey. … [Read more...]
Tiny hands in Torquay
It's no wonder Elements Childcare & Early Learning Centre has embraced all that is SEAT for their pre-schoolers! Their entire philosophy evolves around connecting with nature and concern for present and future sustainability through environmentally thoughtful practices. They grow plants, use tank water, minimise waste and use/recycle materials thoughtfully. Each learning space has direct … [Read more...]
Part of the team
Year 5 students of Rosebery Primary School in the Northern Territory have started their SEATs! They are other member of the team of 6 Darwin schools embracing a S.E.A.T/Darwin community project in 2018. … [Read more...]