Amazing Art Goes On Show At City Gallery

Delighted art students invited family and friends to a special preview of their work, which has gone on show at Wolverhampton Art Gallery. More than 40 creative pupils from a range of year groups are showcasing their work at the Lichfield Street venue. It will be playing host to the Moseley Park Student Art Exhibition…

Latest Members Join Moseley’s Dream Team

The latest batch of sporty students have been selected for Moseley Park’s Dream Team after showing fantastic effort and contribution in their PE lessons. A total of seventeen Year 7 and 8 students have been chosen by PE staff – who feel they show the positive attitude and commitment, which is key to building success.…

Kickboxer Katie Fights Her Way To International Success

A former Moseley Park student is celebrating after being crowned world kickboxing champion. Katie Healy fought off strong competition to win the WKA World Kickboxing championship in November. She had previously secured the Jackhammers World Title in New York in February. Katie, who left Moseley Park in 2016 to study business management at Aston University,…

Framing Workshop Is A Picture Of Success

Student work was very firmly in the frame during a special workshop for sixth form pupils. BTEC Art and Design students in Year 12 and 13 were visited by Wolverhampton-based picture framing company Just Framed who helped them learn all about how to professionally display their work. Each student made a bespoke frame for their…

ParentPay – Introducing Text Message Service

We are introducing a texting service for parents. Please ensure that your ParentPay account holds your most up to date phone number so that we are able to text you about any upcoming events, school closures and any other important information. You can update your account by logging into ParentPay.

Fond Farewells As Mrs Shutt Prepares To Hang Up Her Apron

Popping in to help out for a few days turned into a lengthy career for one popular Moseley Park staff member – who is preparing to retire after nearly a quarter of a century of serving lunches to hungry students. Mary Shutt, who is a familiar face behind the sandwich counter in the canteen, will…

Youngsters Rock Out At City-Wide Showcase

Talented young musicians proved they were more than ready to rock as they performed on stage for students from across the city. Year 9 Music students have been taking part in Rock School with staff from the Newhampton Arts Centre for the last four weeks. Sessions have seen musicians come into school to help students…

Festive Favourites Entertain Elderly Residents

Traditional carols and festive favourites rang out as members of Moseley Park’s choir made a special visit to entertain nursing home residents. Pupils made the trip to sing for residents and staff at the The Sycamores nursing home, in Blakenhall.  Mrs Russell, who led the trip, said: “The visit to The Sycamores was thoroughly enjoyable…

Christmas Jumper Day, Wednesday 20th December

Students are welcome to wear a festive Christmas jumper on Wednesday 20th December. Christmas jumpers should be worn over the top of normal school uniform, and a donation of £1 is required for all participating. Donations will be made for the ‘Save the Children’ charity. Students who do not wish to wear a Christmas jumper…

Christmas Cheer As Choir Visits Compton Hospice

Members of Moseley Park choir visited Compton Hospice to sing festive tunes and bring Christmas cheer to the patients and staff. The group, which makes up half of the main school choir, visited the Compton Road West hospice last Thursday. Mrs Russell, who led the trip, said: “They sang with so much confidence and sounded…

Badminton Battlers Enjoy Tournament Triumph

  Young badminton players are celebrating after beating tough competition in their first tournament. The Year 7 boys took on opposition from Wolverhampton Grammar School in both single and double matches and won the tournament with some fantastic performances. Lawson Pardoe – won two single games and one doubles match Kolade Adeyeni – won two…