National Success For Brilliant Basketball Boys

Young basketball players are celebrating after securing a convincing victory in their first national league fixture. The U14s basketball team took on Queensbridge School, from Birmingham, winning with a very impressive 41-5 scoreline. Mr Bolton, who coaches the team with the help of Year 13 students, said: “All of the lads did us proud. They…

Time For Year 11 To Consider Their Options

Year 11 students thinking of joining Central Sixth next year are invited to find out more about what is on offer at Post 16. Moseley Park and Heath Park join forces for their sixth form provision; the first options evening will take place at Heath Park on Thursday 2nd November 2017 from 4:30pm – 6:30pm. Teachers…

New Head Students Take The Helm

Two talented sixth-form students have taken on the role of joint Head Girls after a hotly-contested selection process. Staff and students took part in a school-wide election to shortlist candidates for the role of Head Student, before Mrs Holloway and Mrs Bhakta interviewed the final five to determine who secured the role. Rachel Taiwo and…

Students Showcase Work At City Gallery

Talented students are exhibiting their work at Wolverhampton Art Gallery as part of a city-wide competition. The showcase takes place at Wolverhampton Art Gallery from October 23 to November 22 as part of celebrations to mark Black History Month. Entry to the Lichfield Street gallery is free.  Mrs Holland-Bright, who has organised Moseley Park’s entries,…

Safety First For Fireworks Fun

Firework displays are loads of fun, but fireworks can be really dangerous if you don’t use them properly. As we approach November 5th, here’s our guide on how to stay safe around fireworks. Every year on Bonfire Night there are hundreds of accidents across the UK, and lots of them happen to children. Fireworks can…

Ghoulish Grooves For Year 7 At Halloween Disco

Year 7 students have the chance to enjoy some spooky fun as Moseley Park plays host to a special Halloween disco. The event will take place on Monday, October 30 from 5pm to 7.30pm. There will be music, games and refreshments available on the night. Tickets for the disco cost £1 and can be purchased…

It’s Official… We are Outstanding!

Staff and students are celebrating following the publication of our Ofsted inspection report which judges every aspect of Moseley Park to be ‘Outstanding’. Today’s report marks the first time we have been judged ‘Outstanding’ by Ofsted since the inspection system began a quarter of a century ago. Moseley Park is now one of just three…

Young Leaders Champion Rights

Rights have been in the spotlight at Moseley Park as youngsters work towards a prestigious national award. Young leaders have been participating in the Rights Respecting School programme, which is run by UNICEF. The award, which has several levels, involves students and the school community learning about children’s rights and putting them into practice every…

Youngsters Celebrate Black History Month

Year 7 youngsters have been presenting assemblies to students from all year groups to mark Black History Month. The pupils, who are all part of the Excellence Academy, spoke about crucial events in black history as part of the month of celebration – which runs throughout October. Marcus Vanes, Mesheka McLean, Emilija Konciute and Daneka…

National Team Hopes For Rounders Star Madison

A talented young sportswoman has high hopes of winning a hotly-contested spot in the England Rounders team. Madison Jones, who is in Year 11, pitted her skills against around 100 other hopefuls during the trials in Northampton on Sunday. She will find out within the next two weeks if she has been selected for one…

Fundraising Is A Piece Of Cake

Students, staff and parents enjoyed a warming cuppa and some delicious cake to raise money for cancer care. Scores of fabulous cakes were provided for the occasion by teachers and students, who were keen to show off their baking skills – or dig deep into their pockets during a trip to the supermarket. The event…