The Senior School Fair is on Monday November 18 - and we need YOUR Help! 

Fair Helpers Needed!

The Senior School Fair will be held on Monday November 18 from 5pm to 8pm at the Austins Ferry Campus.

The Fair is organised by the Parents and Friends Committee and all funds go to projects which support all current and future students. Whilst we have helpers for most stalls we still need some help to make the day a huge success.

The Fair Committee are seeking the following items to assist us. Please take these to the Front Office.

  • Second hand Books
  • Bottles of Wine
  • Bagged & Wrapped Lollies
  • Chocolate Wheel Prizes


We are also seeking Volunteers on the day to assist us with various jobs, including:

  • Sushi Stall Coordinator (responsible for cutting and serving sushi)
  • Kombucha Stall (Responsible for serving Kombucha)
  • Volunteers to assist on stall.


If you can assist in any way possible please do not hesitate to contact members of the Fair Committee:

Kate Clark:                          0437172500

Michelle Brown: 


Free Dress Days 

A number of free dress days will be held in the lead up to the Fair. Details are outlined below:

Free Dress Days (Items Required) 

Free Dress Day 3 – Thursday October 17

Grade 9 and 10 - Grocery item (non-perishable and within use by date)

Grade 7 and 8 - Chocolate bar or bag of lollies (individually wrapped ones if possible, please).


Items for the Chocolate Wheel and Silent Auctions 

We are seeking donations from members of the Senior School community for the Fair.

The more donations we receive, the more successful the Fair will be.  Please find listed below some suggested items that would be very helpful.  If you are able to donate any of these items please drop them into the Front Office or Student Services.

Donations could include: 

Appliances, Restaurant, Hair or Activity Vouchers, Sports Gear, Power Tools, Giftware, Wine, Hampers & Gift Packs, artworks, books, Garden and shed/tool items, chocolate and fine foods.


Thank you for your support of our boys and the 2019 Fair.

Kate Clark