Sacred Heart College Fair, Sunday 29 March 2020, 9am-2pm


Quick Fire Donations = Mufti Day! Friday, 6 March

Next Friday, 6 March we have our Mufti Day/Quick Fire Collection Day. This is when the boys can wear Mufti in exchange for goods for our Quick Fire Raffle prizes.
It would be greatly received if you or your son can please bring a bag of groceries on Friday morning to the Br Sean Foyer, which will be open from 7.30am. Items such as frozen chickens, meat packs, wine, beer, chocolates, sweets, canned food, jams, teas, coffee, cookies and gourmet condiments are always a great hit. Generally, anything that will look good in the Quick Fire Raffle hampers.

If your son is bringing alcohol on the 6th of March for the Quick Fire Collection, you will need to complete this form. If you would prefer to bring the alcohol in person, we will be holding a collection on Saturday the 7th of March from 8-10am at the bottom of Gate 4.
Points will be given to each boy when they drop off their goodies, which will go towards their homeroom only. Triple points for wine, chicken and chocolates!  
The Junior and Senior homerooms that collect the most points at the end of the Fair will receive a delicious lunch as a prize.


Drop off days - Saturdays, 8am-10am - Gate 4

7 March 2020
14 March 2020
21 March 2020

It's that time again… time to have a clear out of your cupboards, drawers and garage. We need your used (but good quality) items:

Clothing – clean please, no rips or broken zips Books – good condition
Pre-loved items  – for our White Elephant Linen – clean please
Sports goods – clean, working and good condition. Bikes, scooters, skateboards, ski’s etc Toys – all pieces included
Furniture – good condition   

Please only bring items, that you yourself would be happy to buy. The cost to dispose of all the unwanted items at the end of the fair day is very expensive. Please do not be offended if we do not take your items.
Enter via Gate 4, continue down the driveway to the carpark. If you have any questions about items for drop off, you can contact Mrs Kelly Jennings or 021 823 100.


No printers, TV’s, computers, phones and old VCR’s
No old stationary files, filing cabinets, binders etc
No previously used drink bottles or chipped or broken items
No items that are rusty, and falling apart
No used underwear please

Fair Helpers Needed

The Fair Committee is looking for new people to join the team, as well as new stall managers and those to help out with procurement and organising helpers. Every year over 700 people help before, during and after the Fair. If you're able to provide support, please register your name here.

After 10 years each of being heavily involved with the annual fair, both John van Meeuwen and myself will be stepping down from being so involved with the lead up to and running of the fair, after this years fair. If you would like to know more or would like to join the team, please contact Kelly Jennings on:

One of our top performing stalls, needs a new stall manager. Paul McElwee has done a fantastic job of running the Electrical stall over the past few years, with his youngest son finishing school last year, he needs to hand over the reins to someone new. If you are interested please contact Paul on: 


We are known in the community for our gorgeous baking. All cakes, loaves, cupcakes and gluten free baking gladly received. Cake boxes will be available from  the main office two weeks prior to the fair, but please feel free to bring your cakes in your own containers as we will repackage them. Please drop baking to the Intermediate Office in the Pompallier Block from 10am – 3pm on Saturday 28 March or on the morning of the fair Sunday 29 March. Boys will get homeroom points for your efforts. Thanks for your help. Any questions or for further information please contact Paula Dell 021 1857737.

Silent Auction

The silent auction stall is looking for auction items for the Fair. Please ask around your family/friends. This is a very popular stall and provides a great contibution to the fair revenue. Items we desperately need from the school community are:

  • a night/weekend accommodation at baches/holiday houses/hotels
  • restaurant or entertainment vouchers
  • hamper items
  • artwork
  • new sporting goods
  • vouchers for movies, travel, etc
  • anything priceless- e.g., signed All Blacks shirt, lunch with someone famous etc..

Maybe your work can donate something or you might know someone who runs a business and can provide a donation of an item/voucher. Any item is greatly appreciated and if you can help, please contact either Andrea Hawes on 021 059 4813, or Angela Babich on 027 242 1291

3 Point Basketball Competition

This year the SHC 1st V and Basketball Committee will be running a basketball competition at the outdoor basketball courts. Bring your friends, sisters, brothers, Mums and Dads and have a bit of fun whilst getting in with the chance to win some awesome prizes. 
1st Prize $300 Footlocker Voucher, 2nd Prize $150 Sylvia Park Voucher, 3rd Prize $50 Westfield Voucher. Head down to the outdoor courts, test your skills and check out the hype! 


We are also looking for sponsors for the fair. If you are interested please contact Kelly Jennings on:

With Thanks to Our Sponsors