Students at Moreton School have achieved the best set of vocational results in Post 16 courses last academic year, not just in Wolverhampton but across the whole Black Country.
These results will be in the top five per cent in the country. Courses offered include applied science, sport, child and health care, business, public service, ICT and dance – and across many subjects students achieved exceptional results.
On top of this, its results for traditional academic A-level courses are the fourth best in Wolverhampton. Congratulations to all students on their success.
Students at Moreton have access to a wide and varied curriculum and as well as this, have access to both a football and rugby league academy within the school.
This year the school has tours to both Canada and the Czech Republic. Anyone interested in any aspect of our exceptional sixth form should contact the school and ask to speak with Miss Alison Ward.
Among the high flying students at Moreton School is sixth former Reece Rafferty who won ‘Sportsman of the Year’ at the school’s recent Achievement Evening, Reece is a member of the school’s Rugby League Academy.