P&F Association

 P&F 2020

The 2020 P&F Committee: Jim Lilley, President; Kate Maguire, committee member; Jian Wang,Secretary; Rachael Harkin, committee member; Sam Smith, committee member; Ana Thomson, committee member; Jason Marriott,Treasurer; Emma Holliday, committee member; (absent: Bernadette Mihaljevic, Assistant Treasurer; Monique Glavonjic, Publicity Officer; and Nicola Gibson, committee member)

 

 Second-hand Uniform Shop (P&F operated) 

THE SHOP IS NOT OPEN FOR “WALK IN/UNSCHEDULED” VISITS (by appointment only).


Constitution 

Click HERE to read the latest "It's Your P&F" and stay up to date with what the P&F are doing.

Contact us

All routine enquiries should be directed to: P&F@radford.act.edu.au This email address is accessed by the P&F Administrator, Angie Walters; the P&F Secretary, Jian Wang; and the P&F President, Jim Lilley. Please note, however, that the email address is not monitored full-time so you should not expect an immediate response.

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P&F crestManagement Committee 

Thank you to everyone who attended the Parents & Friends Annual General Meeting held in the RA Young Hall on Tuesday 2 March 2021, the following members have been nominated for the 2021 year:

 

President: Jim Lilley

Vice President: Edward Eyers

Treasurer: Irene Shaw

Assistant Treasurer: Jane Muirhead

Secretary: Lisa McPherson

Publicity Officers: Rachael Harkin and Amy O'Leary

Ordinary Member 1/6: Samuel Smith

Ordinary Member 2/6: Jian Wang

Ordinary Member 3/6: Nicola Gibson

Ordinary Member 4/6: Kate Huang

Ordinary Member 5/6: Jason Marriot

Ordinary Member 6/6: Ana Thompson

Ex-Officio Member – the Principal, Fiona Godfrey

Ex-Officio Member  - former P&F President, Sarah Jennett

Meeting schedule 2021

The Management Committee will meet regularly in the College Boardroom. Meeting dates are advised in the College Bulletin and calendar. Meetings commence at 6:15pm and all members are welcome to attend. Members of the College Senior Executive also attend the Management Committee meetings to ensure effective communication and cooperation between the College and the P&F. 

  • Thursday 18 March
  • Thursday 22 April
  • Thursday 10 June 
  • Thursday 22 July 
  • Thursday  26 August 
  • Thursday 14 October  
  • Thursday 11 November 

Important P&F events for 2021 

** AGM - Notice of Meeting HERE, Committee Nomination forms available HERE. 

  • Welcome Barbecue, “Meet the P&F committee” Q&A  and Movie Night – Friday 26 February, 6pm at the Pavilion, Movie "Playing with Fire"
  • AGM – Tuesday 2 March (Nomination forms available HERE)
  • Ball –   Saturday 4 September 2021
  • The Radford College P&F Association are thrilled to announce the Radford College Gala Ball will be held in Term 3, 2021. Save the date! Saturday September 4, at Hotel Realm.

     The Gala Ball is a fantastic way for new Radford parents, and families to meet more of the Radford Community.  

     We will have more information over the coming months on how you can secure your individual tickets or book a table!

     

  • ArtShow - 21 - 23 May
  • P&F Trivia Night - Friday 17 September 
  • Twilight Fete - Saturday 6 November 

     

Objectives

The Constitution was amended at the Annual General Meeting on 7 March 2019.

The Parents and Friends Association (P&F) exists to promote the interests, policies and purposes of Radford College by:

 serving as the formal channel of communications and consultation between the College and the parents and guardians of students and those registered to attend the College
 fostering cooperation among teaching staff, parents, guardians and students, the College Board and the Collegians, and others with compatible interests
 assisting in the provision of books, teaching aids, and other facilities for education, recreation, sport and welfare at the College
 promoting liaison, consultation and cooperation with bodies with similar objectives so as to advance the knowledge, understanding and improvement of education within and outside the College
 fostering an interest in, knowledge and understanding of, and participation in the development of educational philosophy, principles and practice by parents
 doing such other things necessary or desirable for the promotion of the interests and purpose of the College.

In practical terms, the P&F meets these responsibilities by providing a forum for parental engagement in the College; by building, nurturing and cultivating the Radford College community, particularly through its organisation of the annual Art Show @ Radford (in Semester 1) and the Radford Fete (in Semester 2); its support of various co-curricular activities through the Friends of Radford Groups; and, by raising funds to help improve the facilities and amenities of the College. Funds raised are donated to projects that benefit students from Pre-Kindergarten to Year 12.

Structure

The P&F is a voluntary Association.

All parents and guardians of students attending the College, or registered to attend the College, and who have paid the annual membership fee, are Ordinary members of the P&F. Friends resident in the Diocese of Canberra and Goulburn with a bona fide interest in the objectives of the Association and who have paid the annual membership fee, may also be members of the P&F.

The membership fee is currently $35 per family and is paid on a calendar year.

The day-to-day operations of the P&F are managed by a Management Committee. The Committee is supported by a part-time P&F Administrator, Ms Angie Walters. Her primary responsibilities are administrative support to the Management Committee and, importantly, she leads the Organising Committees for the Art Show and the Radford Fete.

Friends of Radford groups

There are five Friends of Radford groups related to sport:

– Friends of Radford Cricket
– Friends of Radford Rowing (separately incorporated)
– Friends of Radford Football (Soccer)
– Friends of Radford Rugby
– Friends of Radford Snowsports

These groups provide a forum for parents and friends to be involved with the organisation and management of these sports and the means to help raise funds. As an example, the Friends of Radford Rowing raises funds for the purchase of new boats while the Friends of Radford Football runs a canteen and barbecue at all home games.

FoR Music supports the extensive co-curricular music program, helping with logistics of events and catering for special concerts, as well as fundraising. For more information about each of these various groups, please contact the relevant Convenors through the Head of Co-curricular, Mr Dylan Mordike.