Brilliant Boys Start Season With A Win

Year 9 footballers are celebrating after starting their season with a convincing 3-0 win in a national competition. The undefeated league winners began the new year facing a difficult National Cup draw against King Edward VI High School from Stafford. After a tense opening 20 minutes, team captain Rhys Danks opened the scoring with a…

Black History In The Spotlight At Moseley Park

Staff and students at Moseley Park are getting ready to mark Black History Month. The event, which runs throughout October, plays an important part in bringing people of all cultures together to explore and educate themselves about Black history and culture. Moseley Park is celebrating Black History Month with a number of different activities during…

Alex Steps Closer To Footballing Goal

A talented young footballer is celebrating after signing a contract with Wolverhampton Wanderers’ Academy. Alex Arrowsmith, who is in Year 9, is now playing with the elite footballers in the country for his age group. Miss Jacobs, who is Head of PE, said: “This is a great achievement. Alex is very deserving of this opportunity…

Students Steel Themselves To Make Music

Youngsters have been beating a path to the Music Department to take part in a new after school club. The Steel Band started in September and runs every Wednesday from 3pm to 4pm. It is open to youngsters from all years. Mrs Russell, who runs the club, said: “We decided to start the band after…

Athletes Shine As School Hosts City Cross Country

Moseley Park athletes proved they are a force to be reckoned with as the school played host to the Wolverhampton City Cross Country Championships. More than 400 students from across the city gathered on Moseley Park’s playing field to compete for the chance to represent Wolverhampton at county level. Three Moseley Park students ran phenomenally…

Success Comes In Leaps And Bounds For Mia

A talented Year 9 student has somersaulted her way to success in a national gymnastics championship. Mia Bevan competes in Tumbling and secured a silver medal in the 13-14 girls’ tumbling category at the Trampoline and Tumbling British Championship. The event took place in Liverpool on September 23 and 24. Tumbling involves a gymnast performing…

Countdown To Election Fever As Nominations Open

Election fever is beginning to grip Moseley Park as Year 13 students get ready to stand for election as Head Boy or Head Girl. Nominations have now opened for the hotly-contested roles, with would-be leaders having until Friday, September 29 to put themselves forward for consideration. The all-important decision will then be handed over to…

Library Skills Set Students On Course For Success

Sixth form students learned how to carry out academic research on a trip to the Library of Birmingham. A-Level History students visited the impressive Centenary Square library as part of their coursework unit – which requires Year 13 students to carry out their own independent research into a topic before producing a written essay. They…

Ofsted Inspection, Tuesday 19th September 2017

Ofsted is inspecting our school on Tuesday 19th September 2017. If you are a registered parent or carer of a pupil at the school, you can give Ofsted your views about the school by completing the Ofsted online survey, Parent View, at: www.parentview.ofsted.gov.uk

Join Us For A Fundraising Cuppa – And Some Cake!

Parents and carers are invited to pop along to Moseley Park for a cuppa to help raise money for cancer care. The school is holding a Macmillan Coffee Morning on Friday, September 29 from 9am to 10.15am. Visitors can enjoy a cup of tea or coffee and even treat themselves to some delicious cake –…

Keeping Youngsters Safe – Talking To Your Child

Children face all sorts of pressures and it may be that your child is in contact with friends who carry knives. The chances are your child has talked about knives with friends or heard a story about the kid who carried a knife. Whilst many young people do not carry knives – it is still…