We do love to try out all things new at Moreton so here is us trialling “sway” to produce our online newsletter. It lets us add features that wouldnt be possible in a traditional newsletter but don’t worry, the newsletter that you’re used to will still be available on this website and a printed version […]
Dear Parents/Carers, Please note that due to safeguarding requirements any student needing to be released from school due to illness or injury will be required to be collected by a parent or Guardian. This is with immediate effect. Students will not be released to make their own way home under any circumstances.
2016 has been a great year for us at Moreton, we’ve made a new CD, toured Canada, been to Berlin and seen some fantastic work in Art and Food Preparation and Nutrition. Our dancers had a great time at the Civic Hall, the Glee club sang Christmas Carols at Highcroft Hall, Google Expeditions visited and […]
Dear Parent/Carer I would like to introduce myself and the new Head of Moreton School, Mrs Bayliss. Mr Williams has already written to you concerning the Amethyst Trust that Moreton School have opted to join. We are very much looking forward to working with you over the coming months and years to ensure that your […]
Dear Parents / Carers I wrote to you last week to say that Moreton School was in the process of converting to academy status and this would involve us joining the Amethyst Academy Trust, as a fast track sponsored school. Our lead sponsor is Aldersley High School. The process for conversion is underway and […]
Dear Parent / Carer, As you may be aware the school has recently changed to a Vertical Tutor formation. This means that the traditional form groups comprising of a single year group have changed to mixed forms with three or four students from Years 7 to Post 16. Within each tutor group there is a […]
Dear Parent / Carer We are writing to inform you about an initiative that we have been leading in our local area in conjunction with all of our city wide schools and Wolverhampton Police Force. This project has developed a working relationship between schools and the police has helped to break down barriers and reduce […]
Dear Parents, Wolverhampton Information, Advice and Support Service is holding a workshop for parents and carers of children with additional needs on Friday 30th September 9.30-11.30 at The Gem Centre. The workshop will inform parents about the graduated approach of support for children with special educational needs and/or disability.