Suited and Booted

Why it’s an exciting time to be a sixth former at Moseley School…

Suited-and-Booted

Moseley’s provision for Year 12 and Year 13 students is going from strength to strength. The Sixth Form is more popular than it has ever been; students more successful; and their appearance smarter than ever. Moseley School is delighted that members of the public have been calling the school to praise the appearance of the students and the business-like way they conduct themselves in the community.

As part of Moseley’s commitment to promoting positive values and success, they have created a gallery in the Spring Hill College building in which hang portraits of their most successful students. Feedback from staff, students and visitors alike about this work has been hugely positive.

The school is currently recruiting for a new Head Boy and Head Girl. Competition is fierce and the quality of applications is high. These roles will allow the successful candidates to make a substantial strategic impact on school life: they will be the figure-heads of the student choice and will support all staff in making the school even more successful.

In addition, Moseley School has also offered the Sixth Form the chance to become Community Leaders and work alongside younger students to demonstrate the very best behaviour and the most positive scholarship.

With interviews taking place before half-term the school is looking forward to bringing you news of who has been given the top jobs very shortly.

Mr Boyle, Assistant Head of Sixth Form, says: “I am constantly delighted by the effort made by sixth formers to appear professional and mature. They are now incredibly positive role models to the whole school and this has had a hugely impressive impact on their attitude to learning over the first few weeks of term. I know this view is shared by the whole sixth form team and all members of stff.”

Furthermore, Moseley School is pleased to announce that younger students have been able to begin in the roles of School Nurse Ambassadors. Mrs Dibba took four students (Nuffiled’s Aisha Naz, Pembroke’s Shahana Fazal, Hertford’s Andreia Fieraru and Masuud Abdi) to their first training day in Edgbaston last week. Again, the School looks forward to sharing more news of this exciting role with Moseleians in due course.

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