The Strategic Plan is a statement to the school community and it establishes a clear and shared understanding of the strategic direction.
It defines what the school values most and sets out the school’s goals, targets and key strategies for improvement, and guides resourcing priorities.
Key features of the 2014-2019 Moama Anglican Grammar Strategic Plan are:
- The School’s vision and Core Values
- Intentional actions in teaching and learning, staffing, business management, communication, MAGS community and governance
- Identifying risks that impact on the school’s priorities and strategic intents
- Identifying financial, human and physical resource requirements to implement the Strategic Plan.
You can view the 2014-2019 Strategic Plan here.
The 2016 Annual Report is available online and can be found here.
The Master Plan, responds to the vision, educational plan and business plan of the School and supports the Strategic Plan.
The Master Plan provides a road map from the existing facilities to a future-vision of an educational environment which supports the service delivery requirements of the school.
Moama Anglican Grammar is currently reviewing its Master Plan in order to develop an overlay that will provide an environment conducive to learning, which can be adapted to meet future changes in educational ideas, and new curricular and co-curricular activities. The overlay will take in to consideration aesthetic design, sustainability and construction considerations including architecture, landscape design, interior design, building construction and urban planning.
The Master Plan will recommend facilities that will contribute to excellent learning opportunities that will help Moama Anglican Grammar become the institution of choice within the region. Click here to view our Master Plan.
A policy statement is a document that describes acceptable methods or behaviours. Essentially, a policy defines the way things are done within Moama Anglican Grammar. Policies are different from guidelines, procedures or protocols, because policies intend to set direction.
Policy intentions are transformed into action by school staff, students and the wider community.
The School’s policies, which are made from time to time, are made pursuant to the registration requirements set out in Section 47 of the NSW Education Act and the Board of Studies, Teaching and Educational Standards.
Click below to view our School Policies
- Anti-Bullying Policy
- Attendance and Leave Policy
- Behaviour Management Policy
- Child Protection Policy
Community Code of Conduct Policy
- Complaints Handling Policy and Procedures
- Electronic Communication (Student Use) Policy
- Enrolment Policy
Extreme Weather Procedures
- Extensions and Late Work Policy
- K-12 Homework Policy and Procedures
- Mobile Phones, Cameras and Music Players Policy
- Pastoral Care Policy
- Reporting and Assessment Policy
- Student Counselling and Wellbeing Services
- Student Leadership Policy
- Uniform policy