Sorted!

Thank You Moving the Archive Yesterday 17 members and friends took on the mammoth challenge of moving the association’s school archive from the tower to it new ground floor home. This was no mean feat as every item, including shelving … Continue reading

War Memorials at Moseley School Listed

THE WAR MEMORIALS TRUST is the national charity dedicated to the protection and conservation of our war memorial heritage. The Trust manages www.warmemorialsonline.org.uk a website aiming to create the UK’s most comprehensive understanding of war memorials to date. It is designed … Continue reading

Ron Dixon

We have sad news that former Moseley Modern and Moseley School teacher Ron Dixon passed away in May 2018. Ron was Head of Lower 6th and a leading light in all the dramas and musicals that went on at Moseley School … Continue reading

Game of Two Rings

Gazette number Forty Five (Spring 2018), features Paul Rowson on the front cover together with his son Mitchell on the occasion of Paul’s wedding to Julia last year. Paul emigrated to Australia in September 1987 and had a medieval theme … Continue reading

Gazette 44 is on it’s Way

This week the Autumn 2017 Gazette was posted out to our members. Members with up to date email addresses will also have received the electronic version. If you haven’t received your electronic copy then please use the form on the contact … Continue reading

Peter Lyndon

It is with regret that we have been informed by Brenda Lydon that her father, Peter Lyndon, passed away earlier this month (July 2017). Peter was 85 years old and attended Moseley Grammar School from 1943 to 1948. The funeral … Continue reading

The Forty Third Gazette

The forty third edition of The Moseleian Gazette is now available for members to download from the members area and a hard copy will be dropping on their door mats later this week. If you would like to contribute to … Continue reading

Derek Moore

Derek Moore Died peacefully on 9th October 2016. Husband of the late June Moore and former Head of Byng Kenrick Central School and Acting Head/Deputy Head of Moseley Grammar School 1972-74. Derek Moore was Deputy Head when Mr Gaskin retired … Continue reading

Ofsted Report 2016

Ofsted report 2016

We are delighted to publish a copy of the Ofsted report following their inspection of Moseley School in May and pleased to report that the school was judged good in every category. This represents a continued improvement in performance for … Continue reading

Breaking News – Literarily

On the evening of the 15th June 2016 one of the five stone gargoyles around the bell tower at the top of the Moseley School’s tower crashed to the ground in front of the main west door to Spring Hill … Continue reading

Gazette: It’s Spring 2016

Contribute to the next edition The Moseleian Gazette is a bi-annual publication delivered free to members. If you would like to contribute please drop us a line using the form below and we will get back to you with details … Continue reading

Tim’s Moment of Fame – What’s Yours?

  After 30 years enjoying live classical performances, one music fan is celebrating his 1,000th concert at Birmingham Conservatoire. Former Moseley School pupil Tim Walton’s 1,000th show was an afternoon piano concert on Thursday 26th February 2016 featuring performances by … Continue reading

Dancing & Dragons

Students have been developing understanding of cultures from near and far. They celebrated Shrove Tuesday by holding an enthusiastically attended Pancake Tasting in the canteen at break-time. Mrs Dibba has been arranging a number of events celebrating the heritage of … Continue reading

Our Day Out

  Following the success of last year’s award-winning Little Shop of Horrors, Moseley School’s drama output is going from strength-to-strength with a production of Willy Russell’s Our Day Out. This 1977 musical tells the story of a group of Scouse … Continue reading

School Nurse Ambassadors

Introducing the School Nurse Ambassador Programme Moseley School has recently been invited to take part in the NHS’ School Nurse Ambassador Programme. This programme has come about as a result of government research showing that young people have considerable enthusiasm … Continue reading

The Opening of The Rod Ling Centre

Article reproduced from M.O. Magazine, The magazine of Moseley School. Many of you will be aware of the work of our alumni association: The Moseleians. We are really grateful for the time and effort they spend supporting our school and … Continue reading

Maureen Ojo

We are sad to report former staff member Maureen Ojo lost her battle with cancer on Thursday 17th December 2015. She left Moseley School in July 2013 and was diagnosed with terminal cancer almost straight away. Chemo and a massively … Continue reading

Remembering Ernest Mariel Wyss

  On 11th November 2015 Moseley School issued the following newsletter: This e-newsletter is dedicated to Ernest Mariel Wyss, a former student of the school, who fell during Operation Market-Garden in 1944. This was one of the major operations on … Continue reading

Derek Hathaway OBE

We regret to announce that Derek Hathaway OBE, who attended Moseley Grammar School from 1955 to 1960 passed away on 22nd October 2015.  Derek was a great supporter of the Moseleians Association over a number of years and attended reunions … Continue reading

Finally, after 74 years a Headstone.

The remains of former Moseley Grammar School pupil, RAF Sergeant Arthur Edward Owen, whose Wellington bomber was shot down in 1941, have finally been identified and a headstone erected at the Northern Cemetery at Leeuwarden, Netherlands.   Get the full story … Continue reading

Harry Nash

We regret to report that Harold (Harry) Nash died on 3rd September 2015 at the age of 93. after a long battle with bladder cancer. Harry recently contributed a series of articles to the Gazette on his time as prisoner … Continue reading

Rod Ling

It is with deep regret we report that, after a long battle with illness, Rod Ling died on 9th July 2015 aged 65. As many will know he made an enormous contribution to, and was one of the back-bones of, … Continue reading

Sir Douglas Hague, Economist

Sir Douglas Hague, born October 20 1926, died February 1 2015 Economist who helped Mrs Thatcher to get to grips with monetarist and free market theory Sir Douglas Hague, who has died aged 88, was one of Margaret Thatcher’s earliest … Continue reading

100 Not Out, Happy Birthday Harry

Harry Arthur (aka Camp-Simpson) Simpson Congratulations to Harry who celebrates his 100th birthday on 16th December. Harry attended Moseley Grammar School from 1925 to 1929 but it took him a further 83 years to join the Moseleians Association which he … Continue reading

Derek Mayman BEM

It is with sadness that we report Derek Mayman BEM passed away last week after a short illness. Derek, who was 93 led our part in helping to secure the future of the Spring Hill College building, as well as … Continue reading

Historic register discovered

Internet marketing consultant Shamus Mahmood’s fast-moving high tech world has not prevented his spotting a precious link with an age when communication was a great deal more leisurely. And the evidence, which he has presented to the Moseleians Association, not … Continue reading