Moama Anglican Grammar has developed its camping program as part of its overall commitment to the development of the whole child.
It is recognised that students come to the School at various ages and stages, but all will ultimately leave school as young adults, who need to be able to act independently and to work co-operatively with others.
The School’s camping program is designed to achieve these ends through a series of age appropriate camps. Camps aim to heighten student-student and student-staff relationships in an informal, energetic and unified manner, building friendships through physical activities and student engagement in an alternative setting.
Camps begin at Year 3 and are compulsory for all students.
Moama Anglican Grammar currently visits the following places for their camping program.
Year 3 – PGL Campaspe Downs – Kyneton
Year 4 – Melbourne – City Camp
Year 5 – Cave Hill Creek – Gold
Year 6 – Queenscliffe – Camp Wyuna
Year 7 – Borambola – Department of Youth Sport and Recreation Camp (Wagga Wagga)
Year 8 – Northern Grampians – Outdoor Education
Year 9 – Anglesea – Camp Burnside
Year 10 – Melbourne – Careers, University visits
Year 11/12 – Howman’s Gap, Falls Creek – Leadership, study habits, careers