Community Open Day

Join us for an Amazing Community Open Day this year – Your Support Matters!

Dear Parents / Guardians,

As a valued member of our College Community, we invite you to play an essential role in making this day a resounding success.

The P&F Association have set up a sign-up page on, where you can find detailed information about the event and sign up for the various opportunities available.

Here are some ways you can get involved:

A variety of stalls still need your help, and all you need to do is choose your stall and time! All spots are in time order (not by stall name). We appreciate any time you can give and look forward to an exceptional Open Day this year.

  • Where it’s needed
  • Help set up
  • Pack down
  • P&F stall
  • Beedawong Cafe
  • Sausage sizzle
  • Cake stall
  • Silent Auction

Sign up here for the areas where you can volunteer. (mostly in 2-hour slots).


The jamming Session will not be able to take place if we do not have our special ingredients. If you are unable to make it for one of the jam making sessions, then please lend us a hand by donating any of the ingredients before Friday 2 August to Student Services. You can let us know what you would like to bring via the following link to help us get an indication of ingredients we will be receiving.


As part of the effort to raise funds for the P&F during the College’s Community Open Day, the P&F is gathering all the help and ingredients required for the upcoming Jamming Session.


Jam making with P&F

Jam making with P&F is a fun day using Thermomixes to make jams, chutneys, lemon butter and relish. There are 3 sessions to choose from, to fit around your busy day.

Date: TBC

Session Times:   8.30am-11am



Location: Room 5.4 (Food Technology and Textiles Centre)

There is always lots to do even if you do not know how to use a Thermomix! There are 10 spots available for each session so be quick to sign up via (

In preparation for our Community Open Day’s Silent Auction stall, each year group is asked to donate items according to a theme listed below or a gift card. Student will be awarded a House Point for each item donated.

  • Year 7 – Gourmet food & kitchen items
  • Year 8 – Pets & Car care
  • Year 9 – Cute Stationery & Beauty
  • Year 10 – Gardening & Confectionary
  • Year 11 & 12 – Chocolate & Movie snacks

All items are to be new or unused. Items can be dropped off at Student Services by Thursday 15 August.

Silent Auction Wrapping Evening with the P&F will be held on Thursday 15 August (Date TBC). Starting from 5.00pm, pizza and light refreshments will be on offer and the more the merrier. If you have any cellotape tape spare it would be great if you could bring it along. Look forward to seeing you there! We will be in Room 1.2. There are only 18 spots available so be quick to sign up via (

We are looking for people who can bake sweets and savoury for our Cake and Savoury stall.

If you can contribute, please see the following guidelines for baked goods.

Baked items are to be: 

  • made with no cream or custard fillings
  • to be covered
  • labelled with information including the type of item, date baked and list of ingredients.

We would love some gluten-free, dairy-free and nut-free items. Please use the following link( to give us an indication of the cake you will be bringing.

Drop-off instructions:
Baked foods are to be dropped off on Friday 16 August from 9.00am at Beedawong Cafeteria or Saturday 17 August between 10-11am at the cake stall located in the breezeway.

Thank you in advance for your continued support. We look forward to seeing you at our Community Open Day!

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