Young Leaders Devise Their Own Classroom Challenges

Moseley Park’s young leaders put on their thinking caps to come up with different challenges as part of their development programme. Youngsters took part in the training session on how to integrate leadership into the classroom -which saw them create a booklet all student leaders can now fill out when they have taken part in any…

Smart Solutions Lead To Science Success

Young scientists are celebrating after applying their skills to solve issues as part of a national competition. Moseley Park entered three teams for the Solutions for the Planet STEM contest – who were invited to the regional finals at the University of Wolverhampton. The Year 10 students did extremely well, presenting their projects to a…

Students Consider Life Beyond School

Senior pupils had their eyes very firmly on the future as they considered their options for life after school. The busy careers fair, which took place in the hall, was organised and run entirely by Year 12 Business students – who invited organisations and ensured the day ran smoothly. Representatives from a host of universities,…

Heartfelt Harmonies As Choir Visits Compton Hospice

Members of Moseley Park’s choir sang their hearts out as they made a special trip to entertain patients at Compton Hospice. The girls spent the morning performing for patients attending the day centre at the Compton Road West hospice – which cares for people with life-limiting illnesses. Mrs Russell, who organised the visit, said: “Compton…

School Goes Cashless With ParentPay

With effect from Monday 24th April 2017, there will be no cash accepted in school. In an attempt to remove all cash and cheques from school we are asking parents and staff to use our e-payment method. This can be done online using a very secure website called ParentPay. You have a secure online account,…

Spagmellow Structures Showcase Science Skills

Young scientists put their knowledge to good use as they took on a sugary building challenge as part of Science Week. Year 7 students were set the task of designing and making the tallest structure possible out of spaghetti and marshmallows – with the added challenge of it being stable enough to hold a Kinder…

Competition Time For Well-Versed Pupils

Pupils in Year 7 and 8 are being offered the chance to showcase their poetry skills for the chance to win a fabulous prize. The Key Stage 3 poetry competition is running throughout the Easter holidays – and finished entries must be handed in to the English department by Friday, April 28 at the latest.…

Rugby Success At First Try

Sporty youngsters were all smiles after enjoying success at their first ever tag rugby tournament. The Year 7 and 8 girls – who had never played the sport before – won two out of the three games they played, to finish a very respectable third out of eight teams in the contest. Tag rugby is…

Fond Farewells As Mrs Patel Gets Ready To Retire

A familiar face is preparing to say farewell after nearly three decades of working in the offices at Moseley Park. Mrs Patel will retire at the end of this week after first starting at the school in a part-time role in August 1988. She loved it so much that she stayed – briefly leaving for…

Hardworking Fundraisers Make Funny Money

Students from across the school are celebrating after working hard to bring in cash for charity. Pupils made and sold cakes and badges to raise money for Comic Relief last week. Their efforts paid off – pulling in £236.84 for the charity, which helps good causes at home and abroad. Cakes were made by Year…

HeadStart Participation for Moseley Park

Moseley Park has been selected to be part of the HeadStart phase three programme. HeadStart is an exciting Big Lottery funded programme to promote and develop young people’s resilience, emotional well-being and positive mental health. Wolverhampton is one of six areas that, following pilot work in phase one and two, successfully secured funding for phase…