There are six primary schools that serve the Moseley area:
King David JI (NC) School – a one-form entry orthodox Jewish voluntary-aided co-educational day school with a nursery class holding 250 pupils aged from 3 to 11. It is located just to the south of the central village area on the Alccester Road, opposite the main entrance to Moseley Hall Hospital.
Moor Green Primary – It is located to the south-west of the central village area, on Moor Green Road close to the River Rea near Selly Park.
Moseley Church of England Primary School – It is located to the east of the central village area, on the corner of Oxford Road & School Road.
Park Hill Primary School – a two-form entry school with a nursery class holding 465 pupils aged from 3 to 11. It is located just to the north of the central village area, on the Alccester Road opposite the Jug of Ale public house.
St Martin de Porres Catholic Primary School – a Roman Catholic voluntary-aided state school. It is located just to the east of the central village area, on the corner of Forest Road & Oakland Road.
Saints John & Monica Catholic Primary School – a Roman Catholic voluntary-aided state school. It is located just to the west of the central village area, next to Moseley Park & Pool on Chantry Road, (just off the main Alcester Road).
There is just one state secondary school in Moseley, (and its not called Moseley School – that is next door in Springfield Ward), Queensbridge School. It is a comprehensive school with a speciality in visual & performing arts as part of its provision of the national curriculum. It is located to the south of the central village area on the corner of Alcester Road & Queensbridge Road, on the edge of Moseley Village, bordering with the north end of Kings Heath’s High Street.
Special Educational Needs
There are two schools in Moseley offering teaching provision for children with Special Educational Needs:
Fox Hollies School – a 66-place secondary school which meets the needs of its pupils who have severe and /or complex learning difficulties, including sensory, physical, intellectual medical, or behavioural factors. This school (once located until very recently in the Fox Hollies area of the city) shares the same campus as Queensbridge School, above.
Uffculme School – a primary special school for children with a diagnosis of an Autistic Spectrum Disorder holding 114 pupils aged from 3 to 11. This school is located to the south of the central village area next to Highbury Park, on Queensbridge Road, opposite Queensbridge & Fox Hollies Schools.