MPW Birmingham: Latest News

St Georges 1 - 10 MPW Birmingham

In a local derby with one of our Edgbaston rivals, the MPW Birmingham football team recorded a 10 – 1 victory over St Georges.

World Mental Health Day

Each year, the World Mental Health Organisation recognises World Mental Health Awareness Day on October 10th. The event attempts to raise awareness of mental health issues around the world and where possible show support for those suffering with mental health problems.

Annual CIFE Football Tournament

Congratulations to the Birmingham football team who reached the quarter finals of the CIFE football tournament. The coveted tournament is held annually at St George Park, Burton the English Football Association's national football centre.

Model United Nations 2017

Congratulations to our debating team who attended the Model United Nations (MUN) event at Haileybury College, Hertfordshire.

Goals Galore!

Birmingham hosted Bath Academy and ran out handsome winners by nine goals to five.

Birmingham retain MPW Challenge Trophy

MPW Birmingham retain the MPW Challenge Trophy after an entertaining 3-3 draw away at MPW Cambridge. Birmingham showed resilience in coming back from 2-1 and 3-2 down to a spirited Cambridge team. If truth were told, Birmingham squandered many chances, which on another day they would have converted. Credit to both teams for such an entertaining game.

Study Skills Seminar

We will be hosting a series of Study Skills Seminars on Tuesday afternoons in the student common room. Students will be assisted with setting goals, planning, how to make use of support at MPW and revision strategies.

Congratulations Dr Green

Our inspirational Chemistry teacher, Claire Green, has now completed her doctorate at the University of Birmingham and we are delighted to be able to refer to her as Dr Green.

Keele University Field Trip

On Tuesday November 29th 2016, GCSE Science students spent the day exploring astronomy at Keele Univeristy. Students experienced a planetarium and an observatory as well as take a tour around the historic campus.

Children in Need

A huge well done to our Year 11 group who raised £151.28 for Children in Need. Earlier this year the group were set the task of generating ideas