Tuesday, 12 April 2016 22:57

NPELS Leadership Program Term 3 2015

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For the first time SEAAC and Hands on Learning Australia (HOL) developed and delivered a tailored leadership program at Noble Park English School (NPELS) engaging a core group of young students across Term 3.

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Tuesday, 15 December 2015 00:14

SEAAC NPELS Forum Theatre - Racism

In term 3, SEAAC launched an innovative Forum theatre program at the Noble Park English Language School (NPELS) that used drama and acting as the medium to express feelings and issues involving discrimination, bullying and racism. 

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Wednesday, 03 September 2014 07:42

'Racism. Get Up. Speak Out' National Award winner

SEAAC's involvement in the City of Dandenong's ‘Racism. Get Up. Speak Out' project which was part of SEAAC's ongoing work with Noble Park English Language School (NPELS) and Diana Nguyen (in her acting capacity) has won its second national award.  

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Tuesday, 26 August 2014 04:07

SEAAC Funding news

The Lord Mayor’s Charitable Foundation and Noble Park English Language School join the growing number of partners who have seen what SEAAC is doing and chosen to support us with funding.

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As Term Two drew to a close so did another successful partnership between SEAAC and the Noble Park and Hampton Park English Language Schools (NPELS).  Throughout the term students enjoyed a variety of workshops and information sessions facilitated by SEAAC around topics that were identified as useful to them.  

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SEAAC Refugee Week Celebration Video.

Thank you to the community for your support, and we look forward to another big event in 2015.

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VIDEOhttps://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VbEHCOQAtDc

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SEAAC Celebrated Two Refugee Day Celebrations during Refugee week this year. Thank you to all the supporter for the two events. Without the support from funders and local communities we would not be able to hold events in the South Eastern Suburbs for our clients.

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