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...]
The important ideas I want to express about the S.E.A.T Project is that I want children to be happy through their emotional life. I put flowers, a heart-warming poem and bright colours on my SEAT to make the children feel good. The change for better that I hope happens is for children to have a happy home and a loving family. Brianna Ferguson - Year 8 Coreen School, Blacktown Read more … [Read more...]
The idea of the 5 letter “S”s on my SEAT is to send a message of support and hope. They stand for… SAFE STRENGTH SECURITY SENSITIVITY SMILES I chose the colours red, blue, green, yellow, grey and purple grey. I want to encourage others to show that I care about the future for other people. The change for better in our world that I hope happens is… NO MORE … [Read more...]
SEATs going to orphanage in Philippines!
Today we launched a SEAT exhibition at Max Webber Library in Blacktown. In 2 weeks time these SEATs, thoughtfully decorated by the students of Coreen School, will leave Australia to be gifted to children in Angel House Orphanage in Davao, Philippines. All initiated by the students! Read more … [Read more...]
Coreen School SEATs going to orphanage in The Philippines!
Come and see Coreen School's SEATs on display at the Max Webber Library in Blacktown before they are transported to an orphanage in The Philippines. Launch starts 10am Friday 28th October (on display until 11/11/2016) Download Flyer … [Read more...]
“they have driven the Project because they’ve loved it so much!”
Key College, Merrylands campus, is a Father Chris Riley’s Youth Off The Streets School. As a part of their "StepUp Program", Year 11 & 12 students from Key College participated in the S.E.A.T Project with the support of the Parramatta Lions Club. “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. … [Read more...]