"I came upon the S.E.A.T Project at a pop-up store and thought, 'what a marvellous opportunity to involve a small group of my students'. I had ten Year 6 boys involved and it was highly motivating in all aspects; educational skills, values, cooperation and global awareness. I can’t wait to extend this valuable opportunity to another group of students in our school community new year…..", … [Read more...]
Youth Off the Streets SEATs!
Here are some of the SEATs decorated by students from Key College, Merrylands Campus, a Father Chris Riley's Youth Off the Streets organisation. … [Read more...]
“incredible value for students…”
“We had so many ideas about how to get the S.E.A.T Project started in our setting", said Melissa Fotea, student support at Youth Off The Streets. "It has been incredibly valuable for our students to volunteer to assist our local school Holroyd, who are also participating in S.E.A.T". Holroyd School supports students with moderate and severe intellectual disabilities. "Our students have come … [Read more...]
I built and decorated this SEAT for children in an orphanage in The Philippines. Tanya Creed - Year 9 Coreen School, Blacktown Click to hear more about where Tanya's SEAT is heading to... … [Read more...]
I want to help those kids living in poverty. I wanted to make something that would make kids happy again. I hope our exhibition encourages other students to get involved. I would like to see less kids living in poverty. Clinton Williams - Year 9 Coreen School, Blacktown Read more about where Clinton's SEAT is heading to.... … [Read more...]
The important ideas I want to express about the S.E.A.T Project is about helping others and equality for everyone. I chose colours that I like and I want to share this with the children in the orphanage. The way our exhibition can begin a butterfly effect is that if we can help, then maybe others will help too. I want the children in the orphanage to be happy. Jacob Hesse - Year … [Read more...]