Hopetown's second year of S.E.A.T has them finding their own creative twist on our education program. After completing their SEAT build and designing their own model bamboo homes, the year 5 and 6 boys carried out their own research into the Solomon Islands. Students were shocked at the way many people live and the lack of schooling due to the poor living conditions. The students are very … [Read more...]
3 years running!
Royal North Shore Hospital School will run it's 3rd consecutive S.E.A.T Project this year! These fabulous SEATs have already been completed by students in preparation for a combined S.E.A.T Project auction to be held in August 2019. All co-ordinated by the dedicated staff at RNSHS who continue to incite and enthuse many local schools to become part of a powerful, collaborative, global … [Read more...]
Year 11 design
As a part of their Design & Technology program, Year 11 students from Marist Sisters' College in Woolwich NSW participated in the S.E.A.T Project. Through the project's lessons the girls built their SEATs, investigated the gifts and talents of the SEAT designer and went on to discover their own unique selves as future designers. The students interviewed their 'clients' (two teachers) to … [Read more...]
Katie – SEATs for aid in Zambia
Katie and her Year 5 friends at Matthew Pearce Public School in Baulkham Hills NSW have carried out some amazing actions as a result of their S.E.A.T Project. SEATs and gifts to a school in Fiji and to Eagles Wings School in Zambia. … [Read more...]
the winner is….
2019 is the third consecutive year that Year 5 students will take part in S.E.A.T Project at Hills Grammar School in Kenthurst NSW! They are well into their project and have just completed researching global organisations that make a difference. The Year 5 students presented their findings back to their peers, then voted for their preferred organisation that will benefit from the S.E.A.T Project … [Read more...]
Through their chaplaincy program, Goulburn West Public School had a group of 13 students participate in a S.E.A.T Project. The students built and learned about the little bamboo stool called SEAT and engaged in thought-provoking lessons encouraging sustainability, teamwork and social impact. The students decorated SEATs were sent to drought effected Baradine Central School in north western … [Read more...]