Leadership and Service

Leadership at Moama Anglican Grammar goes beyond the badge and teaches our students a more contemporary view of leadership where they influence others through respect, trust and service to the school community.

Our leaders learn to empower rather than dictate, mentor rather than instruct, inspire rather than intimidate and create rather than replicate.

Moama Anglican Grammar provides a variety of opportunities to learn and practice leadership within the school community.

Our Primary school has opportunities of Primary Student Leaders and Primary House Captains. There are also opportunities to be involved in the organisation and running of Primary and some Secondary events.

In the Secondary School students have opportunities to participate in planning and organising events, learn leadership qualities through service activities and, in a more formal setting, take up leadership positions as a Beacon Leader, Student Leader, Prefect, House Captain or House Vice-Captain.

All students over the age of 14 can participate in the Duke of Edinburgh awards. Through this award the students develop their leadership and teamwork skills, while challenging themselves in a variety of different areas of self-development.

Duke of Edinburgh Award/VET Tourism Coordinator: Mrs Kim McFadden
Student Leadership: Mr Greg Cadd
Public Speaking and Debating Coordinator: Mr Anthony McMahon