Colourful Creations Are Totem Of Pupil Personalities

Students put their own mark on their studies as they created totem poles to represent their personalities. Year 7 are currently studying different cultures and civilisations from around the world – ranging from the Aztecs in South America to the Inuits in the Arctic Circle. As an extra challenge, students from the Excellence Academy were…

DfE Acknowledge Moseley Park Student Progression

Moseley Park have received a congratulatory letter from the Minister of State for School Standards acknowledging the high levels of continuous progression students are making at the school. Moseley Park’s recent results were amongst the top five per cent of schools in terms of the progress our pupils make between Key Stage 2 and the end…

Youngsters Gear Up For Safer Cycling

Young cyclists are learning how to keep themselves safe on the roads with Bikeability training. Year 7 students are taking part in the initiative during the next two weeks to learn practical skills and understanding of how to cycle on the roads. The scheme is the modern version of the old cycling proficiency test, which…

Staff INSET Day and Upcoming Dates

School will be closed to all students except Year 11 on the afternoon of Monday 27th March 2017 due to staff training. Students will attend in the morning as normal, but the school day will finish at 1pm for students in Years 7-10 and Post 16 students. However, Year 11 will be involved in mock…

Youngsters Wheel Their Way To Success

Year 8 students are celebrating after securing silver medals in their first ever wheelchair basketball tournament. The youngsters, who are all able-bodied, had just one hour of coaching before they took to the court in wheelchairs to battle it out with students from across the Black Country. Miss Rigsby, who took the pupils to the…

Eyes Firmly On The Future As Year 7 Get A Taste Of Student Life

Year 7 students were encouraged to raise their aspirations as members of the Excellence Academy visited the University of Birmingham. The trip gave youngsters a chance to experience university, find out more from current students and receive important advice and guidance to help them make informed decisions about their future. Mr O’Keeffe, who led the…

Spotlight On Human Rights As Debate Hots Up

Human Rights were firmly in the spotlight as students debated whether prisoners should be given the right to vote. Year 8 have been studying the topic as part of their Integrated Studies lessons and shared their opinion as the motion was tabled during lessons this week.  Youngsters spent some time researching their side of the…

Time For Year 8 To Consider Their Options

Year 8 students and their families will begin the process of choosing their GCSE subjects this week with a special options evening. The event, which is being combined with Year 8 parents’ evening, will allow pupils and their folks to see the wide range of subjects available to them at Key Stage 4. It takes place on…

Wadha Is Poster Girl For Headteacher’s Commendation

A hardworking Year 7 student has received a Headteacher’s Commendation after going above and beyond with her homework. Wadha Shahid created the beautiful artwork after her class were asked to design an information poster on the country or city of their choice. The Headteacher’s Commendation is one of the highest rewards students can receive. Mrs…

Annie Cast Celebrates Successful School Shows

It was smiles all round as the cast and crew of this year’s school production celebrated the end of a successful run. Annie was performed to packed audiences in the school hall on February 13 and 14, to rapturous applause and rave reviews. Youngsters from nearby Villiers Primary School also visited Moseley Park for a…

Students Raise More Than £200 for Cancer Charity

Pupils at Moseley Park have received a huge thank you after raising more than £200 for CLIC Sargent. The students worked tirelessly to bring in vital funds for the charity, which helps support children and young people with cancer throughout the UK. Now they have received a certificate in recognition of their efforts – which reached a…