Welcome to The Moseleians Association
website, archive and online shop
Grand Opening and
Head Teacher Craig Janson with the Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Mike Leddy
After a two year building program June 2013 saw Moseley School's new building officially opened by the Lord Mayor of Birmingham Councillor Mike Leddy.
Roll of Honour
**UPDATED** with new information
The Memorial Plaque in school's west foyer contains 96 names of former pupils lost during World War Two.
Details of each are now available by clicking on their name.
New Build Photographs
The rebuild of Moseley School is now complete...
See our Facebook page for 100's of pictures
Opening Day June 2013 | Autumn 2012 | June 2012 May 2012 | Jan-Apr 2012 | Oct 2011 | Sept 2011 Demolition
If you would are interested in being more involved in the running of the association then drop us an email.
Become Part of a Thriving Association
Membership is just £5 per year
- Free twice yearly magazine
- Keep in touch with other former pupils and staff
- Access to members area of website
- Receive invitations to reunions and other events
- Support the current school
- Access to the schools archives
Enjoy This Fantastic Virtual Tour of
Moseley School at Spring Hill College before the recent building and refurbishment works.
You may need to download Microsoft Silverlight to view the images.
The design of our new Moseleians Association tie is based on the original ‘Old Moseleians’ tie and features a black background with red and silver diagonal stripes and the Moseley School insignia badge as described in a document dated around 1923 and held in our archives. This description has been verified by the College of Arms.
Made from top quality machine washable woven polyester this full length handmade tie is 145cm long and 8.5cm wide and is suitable for all former Moseley Grammar, Moseley Modern and Moseley School pupils and staff to wear.
The David Marks Memorial Mosaic
A mosaic paid for by a bequest from former pupil David Marks was unveiled last November. Designed by local artists Emma Lockry and Suzi Griffiths the mosaic depicts scenes from around Birmingham together with references to Spring Hill College.
We are looking for contributors for our magazine. All contributions are welcome including articles, memories, comments, letters/emails, thoughts, reminisces, photo's etc. Articles don't just need to be about the school or your time there.
Gazette Copy Deadlines
Spring edition - March 1st
Autumn edition - September 1st
For distribution 4/5 weeks later
Send to firstname.lastname@example.org
Our online shop features a select range of high quality Moseleian branded items.
Captains of the School
During the recent refurbishments the School honours boards have been taken down and are now awaiting a new location to be re-hung
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Richard Cobb has been elected Chairman of the Moseleians Association and we wish him every success in his new role.
A memorial mosaic which replaces a doorway left 'hanging' by recent building works and funded by the bequest of David Marks, who was a pupil at Moseley from 1948 to 1953, has been unveiled.
This years accounts are available to download from the member's area. The member's area password can be found on the back page of the Gazette.
Aealdra - A Book by Tony Steele
Former pupil Tony Steele has published a magical fantasy novel set in, and under, Moseley School, Moseley Bog and Sarehole Mill.
Our YouTube channel has now had over 1850 hits
The next Moseleians committee meeting is at 5.30pm on Tuesday 11th March 2014. Venue - Moseley School. Members wishing to attend should contact the secretary
The Lord Mayor of Birmingham, Councillor Mike Leddy, officially opened Moseley School's new wing on 30th June 2013.
Gazette Issue 36
The Autumn 2013 Gazette is now available to download from the members area
Please send your articles, comments, photo's and emails for the next edition to email@example.com
Copy deadlines are: Spring edition March 1st and Autumn edition September 1st
for distribution 4/5 weeks later.
The ancient heart of the school, Spring Hill College, has benefitted greatly from almost £4 million pounds of refurbishment.
The school has now reorganised into eight 'Houses', the names of which are based on the original eight Oxford colleges
Hundreds of Photographs featuring the building work at Moseley are available to view on our facebook page.
The current Members Area password can be found on the back page of the Gazette.
You can now sign up online for our occasional newsletters, keeping you in touch with special events and reunions. more..