Cross-Country Success As Andrew Clinches County Spot

A talented runner is celebrating after clinching a coveted space in the county cross-country squad. Andrew Prole, who is in Year 11, won his spot after representing Wolverhampton in the West Midlands’ Cross-Country Championships earlier this year. He now runs for the West Midlands’ Cross-Country Team and recently pulled on his running shoes to take on…

Girls Get Ready For Football Fun

Young footballers spent a day at a top university learning how to encourage more girls to take part in sport. The five, who are all in Year 7, received training from the FA and the Youth Sport Trust during their visit to the University of Nottingham. Their role will be to encourage and increase participation…

School Open, Wednesday 13 December

School Open – Wednesday 13 December Moseley Park will reopen tomorrow, Wednesday 13 December to all year groups. Students should arrive on site at 8:45am as usual.

In Memory of Kian Buckler

It is with great sadness that we have to inform you that one of our Year 11 students, Kian, tragically passed away. He was involved in a road traffic collision in Bilston on Wednesday evening. We know how distressing this news will be to everyone who knew Kian and so the Local Authority have provided their…

Neve Secures First Leadership Award

A hard-working Year 8 student is celebrating after securing Moseley Park’s first ever leadership award. Neve Francis has achieved the Bronze Award as part of the school’s leadership programme. Youngsters on the programme have the chance to work their way through the Bronze, Silver and Gold awards – which were launched in September. Requirements for…

Assemblies Aim To Beat The Bullies

Young leaders delivered a powerful anti-bullying message as they led a week of special assemblies. The group, who are part of the school’s leadership programme, showed students that bullying has no place in an outstanding school. Year 8 pupil and young leader, Charlie Birch, was particularly impressive as he gave an inspiring and moving speech…

Youngsters Secure Dream Team Places

Young sports stars are celebrating after being selected to join the prestigious Moseley Park Dream Team. The 18 youngsters, who are in Year 7 and 8, were selected for the team by their PE teachers based on their fantastic effort and contribution during the last term. Their photographs are now proudly displayed in the PE…

Fundraising Is A Piece Of Cake

Young fundraisers pulled in the pounds for Pudsey with a charity cake sale. The group is part of Moseley Park’s Young Leaders programme and takes responsibility for raising money for good causes. They helped the school to raise an impressive £181.22 for the BBC’s annual charity extravaganza. Mr Mincher, who runs the programme, said he…

Perfect Victory As Year 9s Consider University Life

Talented youngsters are celebrating after being crowned the winners of a competition to inspire students to go to university after they leave school. The My Perfect University 2017 competition took place at the University of Wolverhampton’s city centre campus and saw Moseley Park battle it out with Year 9 and 10 students from 40 different…

Tournament Triumph For Young Footballers

Moseley Park’s young footballers are celebrating after defeating opposition from across the region to be crowned local champions. The boys competed in the hotly-contested School Football Tournament, which was held at the West Bromwich Albion dome – the training facility the Premier League club uses for its academy players The team consisted of Year 7…

Remembrance Commemorations As Students Honour Fallen Soldiers

Students have been taking part in a host of activities to mark the sacrifice made by British and Commonwealth servicemen and to raise money for this year’s Poppy Appeal. Year 7 Excellence Academy students planned and led Remembrance assemblies for Key Stage 3 youngsters last week, whilst poppies were sold around school by Year 9…