My thanks to those parents and families who visited us on Open Day. Despite the weather not being ideal, we still drew a crowd of over 500 visitors plus around 150 primary school students. The large number of ex-students, many of whom returned for the unveiling of a plaque for an ex-staff member, spoke fondly of their memories of their time at the school. Everyone that I spoke to commented on how well the college was presented and how polite and friendly our students were. My sincere thanks to all of our staff, students and the P&C for their involvement and hard work in preparation for the day and Open Day itself. My thanks to all the donors for the P&C raffle especially Liz Leusciatti and Marc Sharman, members of the Narrogin restoration group for their display of vintage machines,David Harrison for loaning his PA equipment and Belvedere nursery for loaning us plants. I am always happy to hear feedback from our community on how we can improve Open Day or any other aspect of the college.

Comment from a visitor:

Really enjoyed my day - very impressed with students’ friendliness and helpfulness. Very well organised and well presented day. Well worth my trip from Derby!

A special feature of this year’s Open Day was be the unveiling of a memorial plaque in honour of Mr Monty Buttfield - Master Agriculture 1957 – 1958, Senior Master Agriculture 1959 – 1966, Deputy Principal 1967 - 1968.


Please click HERE for photos taken on the day by Richard Whyte Photography and various staff members


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