Yes! Our first school to participate in our mighty Capital! We are proud to say that Wanniassa School, the first in Canberra, has joined our S.E.A.T community. Their diverse, vibrant and energetic community from Preschool to Year 10 is arranged into two campuses separated by a short walk through a beautiful stand of gum trees. We look forward with excitement to collaborating with both … [Read more...]
Hopetown & S.E.A.T
The teachers of Hopetown School in Wyong on the NSW Central Coast chose to participate in the S.E.A.T Project as it supports their student's social and emotional learning program. "Prior to starting the project with our secondary students, we discovered that they had very little knowledge of Vietnam, " said Rebekkah Grounsell, a teacher at Hopetown. "We decided to implement a unit of work about … [Read more...]
S.E.A.T’s Cross-Curricular Ed Program @ Hospital School Westmead
The S.E.A.T Project was delivered to all students from K-12 at The Hospital School within Westmead Children's Hospital last term. It provided the opportunity to deliver a cross-curricular program that focussed on Sustainability, Visual Arts, Literacy, the themes of friendship and change and offered opportunities for students to work both in teams and as individuals. The Hospital School … [Read more...]
SEAT, Lions & Youth Off The Streets
The Lions Club Parramatta are generously supporting the students of Father Chris Riley’s Youth Off the Streets Program through their participation in the S.E.A.T Project. Through their connection with S.E.A.T and Youth Off the Streets, Lions Parramatta are supporting self discovery, growth and connection for young people….“All youth deserve the best possible chance at starting life as a young … [Read more...]
“Art comes from within”: PLC students paint SEATs for East Timor.
"At first, I thought I was not skilled enough to make a good painting but then I realised that art comes from within." - Ella, Year 6 student. When this Year 6 class from the Presbyterian Ladies' college (PLC) in Sydney painted some SEATs to send over to a preschool in East Timor, they did not realise that it would be more than just little wooden stools they were giving away. As they … [Read more...]
Geographe Primary School takes a SEAT towards reconciliation.
For the last 6 weeks, a class of year 5 children have been using their creative thinking as a tool to better understand and appreciate their local indigenous culture thanks to a Reconciliation Grant awarded by the Department of Indigenous Affairs and a clever little stool that goes by the name of SEAT. Since 2010, Geographe Primary School has led an innovative reconciliation program in … [Read more...]