Moama Anglican Grammar supports organised tours where participants are students currently enrolled at the School, supervising teachers or other persons approved by the school.
All tours should be in harmony with the school’s Mission and Vision Statements and management of tours should ensure that the good name of the School is upheld at all times. Currently, Moama Anglican Grammar runs three International Trips;
This runs on a biannual basis for Year 9, 10 and 11 students. The trip goes for approximately 17 days and visits places such as Rome, Pompeii, Florence, Bassano del Grappa and Venice. In 2016, the trip will depart in September. You can view the draft itinerary here and the Trekset Tour information here.
Social Service Trip
This trip runs on a biannual basis (in alternate years to the Italy trip) for students in Years 9, 10 and 11 and assists families in third world countries. Our students have been involved in building houses under the Habitat for Humanity organisation.
The school has been to The Philippines, Cambodia and in 2015, visited Sri Lanka.
Western Europe Study Tour
This trip was run for the first time in March/April 2015 and was available students in Years 9, 10 and 11. It is planned to run every three years. Students in Years 9 to 12 in 2017 traveled to England, France and Belgium. This wonderful adventure began with four nights in London and surrounds, visiting iconic sites and learning about the rich culture and history of England. Including a day trip to Oxford, Stonehenge and English countryside.
Students and staff then crossed the continent to tour the Australian WW1 Battlefields. Visiting iconic and historically significant places such as Fromelles, Mt St Quentin, Villers-Bretonneaux, Ypres in Belgium and the Somme Valley. Our students were privledge to officially participate in the Menin Gate Ceremony in Ypres.
The tour then made its way to the magnificent city of Paris, where students experienced the artistic, historical and cultural assets of this amazing city. Parisian sites include the River Seine, Notre Dame Cathedral, Eiffel Tower, Versailles Palace and Gardens, The Louvre and many others.