This afternoon I visited OOSH & Vacation Care Fairymeadow. They've just begun their SEAT process and we can't wait to see what they do! The featured image is by Elka (age 7) from Good Samaritan Primary School in Fairymeadow. Each afternoon at OOSH she draws a new and inventive image about the SEAT story. 2 SEATs are on the left. "we put them together with a cherry on top! in the … [Read more...]
Socks, shoes & undies!
The Year 6 students of Penshurst Public School initiated a Crazy Sock Friday to collect socks for the children in the Solomon Islands....they ended up with shoes and undies too! With the generous support of The Lions Club of Lugarno, the students have been able to participate in the S.E.A.T Project this year. We at S.E.A.T embarked on a mammoth joint venture earlier this year with two other … [Read more...]
S.E.A.T Project for any age!
The S.E.A.T Project was selected as a program for adults in their early stages of Huntington’s Disease (HD). Huntington's NSW were seeking something different from their usual activities in order to develop a further connection with their clients. The S.E.A.T Project was a perfect fit, it achieved and exceeded our expectations! We observed that each project stage brought different meaning for … [Read more...]
“Luck” - Our SEAT is about giving and good luck. We tried to show this by drawing and painting gift boxes on the four sides of the SEAT while the top displays a good luck elephant with its upturned trunk. It is a symbol of strength, power, stability and wisdom. We learnt in Geography that in Thailand, the Airavata elephant is called Erawan. Erawan was the main feature on the flag of Laos from … [Read more...]
SEAT meets KAT !
So excited to be invited to speak at a recent KidsGive Ambassador Team (KAT) meeting. Held at the new and impressive Ernst & Young building in George Street Sydney, we introduced SEAT to a group of school leaders from Ascham, St Aloysius' College, Manly Village Public School and All Saints Grammar. This extraordinary group of students are truly making a tangible difference to the lives of … [Read more...]
S.E.A.T at SEPLA
Last week S.E.A.T Project participated in SEPLA (Special Education Principals' and Leaders' Association) 2015 at the Crowne Plaza Terrigal. Amongst the natural beauty and lively cafe culture of Terrigal, Principals and leaders from both special and mainstream schools gathered together from all over NSW. The theme for this year's conference was Leading for Self, Leading for Health. An impressive … [Read more...]