Over the past few weeks the Resource Centre has been displaying historical artifacts in the lead up for Remembrance Day. Students have had the opportunity to create poppies and learn about the life of World War 1 soldiers. Today we marked Remembrance Day with a ceremony where students laid flower wreaths at the base of… Read more »
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Our 2018 Student Leaders are: School Captains: Marni Rickard and Daniel Stephens School Vice Captains: Kate Mulcahy and Scott Eddy Year 11 SRC: Isabella Clavin and Nicholas Farr-Jones Year 10 SRC: Catrina Paul and Connor Bacon Year 9 SRC: Adele Brandrick and Alex Smith Year 8 SRC: Charlotte Bowler and Hamish Smith Public Speaking and Debating Captain: Cleo Oberin Music Captains: Charlotte Goode,… Read more »
The final game of the 2017 Tri-Series Cup was played yesterday with our Year 12 students and staff going head to head in a game of speedball with the winner taking out the 2017 Tri-Series Cup! With 6 points a piece it came down to a penalty shoot out, with the students taking out the title… Read more »
95% of employers regard soft skills as equally or more important than exam results HR Magazine UK shares why soft skills developed when achieving your Award help employers to see that a young person is more employable! If you are interested in obtaining more information about having your child complete their Duke of Ed award… Read more »
Congratulations to Alyssa Hunter who has been selected to participate in the 2018 National Youth Science Forum in Canberra!
On Wednesday 26 July at 8am, around 30 girls and 3 teachers from Moama Anglican Grammar excitedly boarded the bus to Bendigo for the Netball Victoria School Championships to compete for a chance to play in Melbourne in September. After a bus ride filled with game plans and opposition analysis, the girls stepped out of… Read more »
Come along to our Senior Production of Seussical Jr on Thursday 3 and Friday 4 August to see what The Cat in the Hat, Jojo and all their friends are up to! Tickets on Sale soon!
The Nostrum Viator is published biannually and features a comprehensive look at our student’s achievements and other important news from around the school. We hope you enjoy the first edition of the 2017 Nostrum Viator. Click here to access the publication.
Introducing SEQTA ENGAGE One of the schools major initiatives this year was to implement a new Learning Management System that incorporates continuous online reporting, timelier feedback to parents and improved communications in an accessible and user-friendly way. Our new system is called SEQTA and contains three core parts; SEQTA Teach, SEQTA Learn and SEQTA Engage…. Read more »
Stage 2 of our Transition Experience Program, Showcasing Years 7 and 8, will take place here at the School on Friday 9 June from 1:30 3:00 pm. It will involve our current Year 6 students as well as those students and parents / guardians from other schools who have been offered (or are considering) places… Read more »
On Friday we celebrated Foundation Day and the official opening of the Resource Centre. We were privileged to be joined by many special guests and parents including Sussan Ley MP. After the Primary and Secondary Services our students had a fantastic time at our Foundation Day Cup! Check out some of the highlights here and… Read more »
Last year we took part in the Tournament of the Minds (TOM) regional competition at Shepparton. This was a great success and well supported by the participating students and their families. In 2017 we are expanding our participation in the National TOM competition program for Year 3-6 students in the Primary School. TOM is a… Read more »
On Tuesday Mrs Phillips Year 9 Justice, Money and Markets class went on an excursion to the Echuca Magistrate’s Court. The students have been studying the Law in Action throughout Term one, with a specific focus on the Australian Criminal Justice System over the past few weeks. On the excursion the students were able to… Read more »
Book now for next Tuesday’s Moama Anglican Grammar Parent Education Program – Seminar Series “Parenting Strategies for Teenage Success”. https://www.trybooking.com/264381.
If you go down to the soundshell today, you’re sure of a big surprise. For every bear that ever there was will gather there for certain, because today’s the day the Teddy Bears have their picnic!
Our after school Golf Program will be starting next Thursday 9 March. Each Thursday from 3:10pm a bus will be available for transport to the Rich River Golf Course for free golf lessons, taught by the Rich River Pros. Sessions will finish at 4:30pm with students in Years 1-12 invited to take part. All participants… Read more »
It’s almost time! Get your teddies ready for our Teddy Bears Picnic on Friday at the Moama Soundshell! Click here to have a look at whats on!
Yesterday was a very busy first meeting of Lego Club for 2017 with students having a great time building their Lego creations!
Don’t miss today’s Riverine Herald Monday Conversation with our own Martina Richardson.
The construction of our new library and resource centre is on target for 2017!
Four of our Year 6 students represented our School at the Science Talent Search in August. This was the first year students from our school had competed and it was a fantastic accomplishment for the girls to be included. Jamison McFadden and Lauren O’Dea entered the photography category, with Jamison focusing on Newtons Law… Read more »
On Friday 2 December our Year 8 students have organised the ‘Day for Faith’. All money raised on this day will be given to Faith Butt’s family to assist them with their accommodation costs. On this day students are asked to make a gold coin donation and our Year 8 students have also organised other… Read more »
Last Thursday for Pink Stumps Day we raised $947 for the McGrath Foundation. Funds raised will assist with the placement of McGrath Breast Care Nurses in communities right across Australia, as well as increasing breast awareness in young Australian women.
Click here to have a look at our Year 2 students fantastic 3D pictures of the wharf and Paddlesteamers. The art work has been done over the past few weeks following their excursion to the Echuca Historical Precinct.
Our Year 10 Students are having a fantastic time undertaking work experience this week. Click here to see the following students at their work experience. Ben Napier has been at Baker Constructions Ky Hodson has been with Langley Homes Nick Phillips at MDP Law in Melbourne Nicola Danher at Kyabram Health Tom Price has been… Read more »
Last Friday night our Year 11 students celebrated the commencement of their HSC. Students enjoyed dinner on the Pride of the Murray with their peers and tutors. Click here to view highlights from the night!
Over the last couple of weeks our Year 6 students learning Brass, Woodwind and Rhythm instruments have been preparing a performance piece. On Tuesday the students showcased their skills for their peers and teachers.
Congratulations to Alma Zenter-Pitman in Kindergarten who is a finalist in the Young Portia Award at the Ervin Gallery Sydney. Alma has created ‘Portrait of Mum’ using acrylic paint on canvas (painted from life). At only 5 ½ years of age this is a fantastic achievement for Alma!
On Friday our Beacon Leaders accompanied Mr Martin to a luncheon organised by the Echuca Moama Beacon Foundation to reflect on the program and recognise the efforts of our student leaders.
Well done to our Year 12 Students Lucy Hall and Sophie Douglas who were both nominated for a Tourism award for their achievements in the VET Tourism Program. And a big congratulations to Lucy, who won the Tourism award for Excellence in the Campaspe Cohuna LLEN VET in School Program. We wish our class of… Read more »