There are some tasks that come along as part of my role as Chaplain which provide deeper meaning than the average day to day. Our recent service trip to Cambodia was one of those tasks. During the June school holidays, I had the privilege of taking thirty-three students and five staff to Cambodia to learn… Read more »
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Our National Science Week activities were in full swing on Wednesday 14 August with the Amazing Race across the school grounds. Students had to visit each station and create, observe or answer questions to science related experiments before racing to the finish line. We had UV and heat sensitive putty, disappearing ink, crystal trees, hydrophobic sand,… Read more »
Year 8 students Alysha Toohill and Kayla Francis participated in the Regional Questacon Invention Convention STEM program at Charles Sturt University in Albury over the holidays. The convention was a three-day program of upskilling, inspiring and then prototyping. Participants listened to Professionals speak about their journey in a STEM career and then were given a… Read more »
Join the T-Birds and Pink Ladies as they travel through the ups and downs of their senior year at Rydell High. Students have been busy preparing for the senior production of Grease! With themes of peer pressure, navigating through relationships and finding their identity, this show is a fantastic classic that young and old will… Read more »
Discover the Difference at Moama Anglican Grammar! Explore our Primary school in a classroom setting at our Kindergarten Grammar Experience sessions next week: Thursday 30 May: 9:30 – 11:10 am Friday 31 May: 9:30 – 11:10 am Students will spend the morning with current Kindergarten (prep) teachers while parents can engage in an information session… Read more »
Moama Anglican Grammar’s Showcase Afternoon is a unique opportunity for 2020 Year 7’s to participate in the Transition Experience Program. The focus of this showcase is to welcome students and families into our secondary school and experience Year 7. For many students transition from Primary to Secondary schools evokes a variety of emotions, including feelings… Read more »
In June 2019, Grace Andrews, Jessica Smith and Caitlin Ebsworth, along with 31 Moama Anglican Grammar students are participating in a Service Trip to Cambodia. While in Cambodia, the student team will help build homes for three families in need using their own hands through Habitat’s Global Village program. Students are currently involved in… Read more »
Welcome to Moama Anglican Grammar for 2019 The staff have all returned to work and have been busy planning for the year ahead. We are all very excited and looking forward to a great year of opportunities for our students and working towards reaching their potential. We have a few staff changes for 2019. Marnie Anderson has… Read more »
Excerpts from her Valedictorian Speech. “Now to put things into perspective for you all I would like to begin by sharing some statistics with you. Now I am no Extension 2 Mathematician or Advanced Maths student for that matter so don’t quote me on this, but, on average we spend 180 days at school a… Read more »
Our 2018 Presentation Evening at the Echuca Basketball Stadium was a wonderful way to celebrate the end of a fantastic year. Congratulations to all students on their achievements and we look forward to welcoming you back in 2019. Our 2018 Award winners are: Maggie Hillman Kindergarten Kindergarten Excellentia Award Payton Polido Kindergarten Kindergarten Excellentia Award Oliver Knight… Read more »
CHELSEA SUTTON CLASS OF 2015 After graduating a three year Bachelor of Creative Arts and Design in Photography at Charles Sturt University, Chelsea Sutton is achieving amazing things in her patch. She has secured herself a full time position at Remax Elite Real Estate as Creative Manager which includes Photography, Videography and Marketing. Alongside her… Read more »
Congratulations to our Kindergarten students who were named the winners and most persuasive waste warriors in the Campaspe Shire Council and Veolia Waste Pioneers program. Mayor Cr Adrian Weston said the program saw students from across Campaspe Shire and Moama actively participate in a range of activities that teach them how they can make… Read more »
Jack Nelson Class of 2017 Congratulations to Jack Nelson Class of 2017, who is the 2018 recipient of the James McInerney Scholarship at Charles Sturt University (CSU). This scholarship covers all of Jack’s residential costs for the duration of his course, including an honours year if he chooses to undertake one. The scholarship is in… Read more »
On Friday 29 June we held the launch for Author Fleur Ferris latest novel ‘FOUND’, students Rory Jones (Moama Anglican Grammar), Claudia Moon (Echuca College), Indiana Gleeson (St Joseph’s College Echuca), Isabella Evans (Deniliquin High School (Official) and Emma Carter and Erin McConnell (Barham High School) made up the Q&A panel questioning Fleur on all her novels as… Read more »
Click here to read a good article about “How to Talk to Teens About Dealing with Online Creeps” by Christine Elgersma.
As part of our Pastoral Care program the Primary School is rolling out The Get Happier Project. Creator Ivan Honey has produced a free ebook “Happy Parenting – Raising Positive and Empowered Kids”, if you would like to obtain a copy please contact email@example.com to get your link and download the ebook.
Grace Riddell in Year 5 had an experience of a lifetime over the weekend when she became one of the first ever Australian Grand Prix Grid Kids. Grace received VIP tickets which gave her access to the starting grid, cars and the drivers. Highlights included sitting in the safety car and the drifter car driven by… Read more »
A big congratulations to all the students who performed at the Open Mic Night at The Shamrock Hotel Echuca last Thursday night. A special thank you to Mr Leach for all his hard work making the night possible. Be sure to head along or sign up for the next Open Mic Night on Thursday 27 April.
Walking around the school yesterday you could be mistaken and think you had stepped back in time to the gold rush era! Our Year 5 students have been learning about the Goldfields and yesterday they searched for gold. They have certainly taken their lessons to heart – look at the costumes!
On Tuesday our Year 3 and 4 students were thrilled to be joined by some very special visitors from Richmond FC. Ben Miller, Brandon Ellis and Coach Damien Hardwick dropped in to answer some questions, have photos with their fans and a kick to kick!
Congratulations to Poppy Palmer in Year 8 who received the 2017 Junior Sportsperson of the Year Award at the Australia Day Award’s on Friday. Following the ceremony Poppy then competed in the Victorian Country Athletics Championships in Ballarat, where she competed in 10 events over 3 days, in 38 degree heat. A massive effort and… Read more »
Wow! Congratulations to Libby Doyle who has achieved the top score out of 8000 NSW HSC students for Community and Family Studies (CAFS). What a wonderful ambassador for our school. Certainly put a smile on Miss Frame’s face! Here she is getting her certificate from Gladys Berejiklian NSW Premier.
Congratulations to the following HSC students who achieved Band 6 results: Lachlan Chumbley – Chemistry, Economics and Mathematics Extension 1 Libby Doyle – Biology, Community and Family Studies and Mathematics General 2 Samantha Dyson – Biology Annelise Galea – Biology Benjamin Horne – Mathematics General 2 Lawrence Howard – Mathematics Matthew James – Business Studies… Read more »
Primary School Awards Aadya Ganganaghatta: Excellentia – Kindergarten Martin Zentner-Pitman: Excellentia – Kindergarten Heidi McIntosh: Endeavour – Kindergarten Matthew Maxwell: Endeavour – Kindergarten Lily Warren: Endeavour – Kindergarten Cabe Ludlow: Endeavour – Kindergarten Addison Farr-Jones: Most Improved – Kindergarten Bao Long Nguyen: Most Improved – Kindergarten Toby Kennedy: Excellentia – Year 1 Oliver Davidson: Excellentia… Read more »
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 »
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 »