At Moama Anglican Grammar we encourage all students to fulfill their potential through a full range of curricular and co-curricular programs. Students are treated as individuals and encouraged to achieve their personal best in a supportive environment where equal opportunity is of paramount importance.
Mission – To provide a safe and inspiring educational environment that provides students with the skills and confidence to move forward in life.
Promote Christian values and beliefs including:
- Provide a safe and caring community.
- Encourage a love of life and learning and the pursuit of personal best.
- Nurture resilience and independence.
The school is very proud of its excellent academic standards and aims to provide each student with the essential skills, knowledge and resilience to thrive within their local, national and global community. The school culture is one of nurture and care, ably supported by our pastoral care program lead by Mrs Libby Barnes, that establishes a sense of personal responsibility and self-efficacy in students throughout their educational journey
The academic performance of the school is benchmarked against best practice. Teachers provide dynamic, purposeful and engaging teaching and learning environments for students. Providing differentiation and choice that motivates and involves the students in the learning process. Moama Anglican Grammar particularly focuses on the practical application of visible thinking skills and problem solving in order to build a growth mindset that will be needed for the future; one that embraces critical questioning, innovation, service and continuous improvement.
The Primary School, led by Mr Nigel Rudge and Mrs Melanie Scott, delivers a broad educational experience incorporating a solid foundation in literacy and numeracy. As students move through primary levels they develop skills in conceptual learning, emergent thinking and mastery acquisition. They acquire an understanding of what determines a logical and scientific questions and what counts as evidence in dealing with such questions. They develop an intricate knowledge of the history and culture they are inheriting and which they, in turn, will shape. They are exposed to LOTE, Music and Performance, Visual Art, Information Technology and Health and PE and Sport.
By the time students reach Secondary School, led by Mr Dan Lukies and Mrs Kate Kemp, they have developed the skills to learn and cooperate effectively within teams; a feature of contemporary work and society. Throughout this transition student cultivate an understanding of the way to think and problem solve as well as how to treat other members of the community with respect and care. In Secondary School students gain a sense of their own place and value. They are more self-directed and begin to specialize in their areas of interest looking forward to the HSC and tertiary pathways. Our secondary curriculum offers a broad range of core and elective subjects to support student’s diverse interests and abilities. The learning partnership between home and school, teacher and student becomes stronger as students move through adolescence into young adults.