Students from Harborne Academy in Birmingham celebrate being crowned champions of the West Midlands as they go on to represent the region in The Prince’s Trust Enterprise Challenge National Finals 2019. They successfully fought off tough competition from the other top four finalist schools in the region; beating pupils from Bartley Green School, Eden Boys – Birmingham, Kings Heath Boys and St Peter’s Academy.
Yesterday saw the first of the five Mosaic Connect events running across this summer take place, kicking off the series in the West Midlands.
Pupils from six schools in the West Midlands have graduated from the Mosaic Primary School Programme at two especially dedicated graduation ceremonies held at Birmingham City University.
Mosaic has announced its West Midlands Mentor of the Year during its annual end of year event celebrating another hugely successful twelve months of work in the region.
A team of young entrepreneurs from Hodge Hill College in Birmingham has won the West Midlands Regional Final of the 2017 Enterprise Challenge competition.
Mentors, mentees and supporters from the West Midlands region gathered in Birmingham recently to celebrate Mosaic’s first mid-year-event as part of The Prince’s Trust.
Students from six West Midlands primary schools recently celebrated their graduation from Mosaic’s innovative mentoring programme at a pair of special ceremonies held over two days at Birmingham City University.
Pupils from two secondary schools had a rare glimpse behind the scenes of a television news broadcast during a recent visit to ITV Studios in central Birmingham.
Mosaic has been named Charity of the Year at the annual Birmingham Awards held in the city recently. The Birmingham Awards were established to celebrate the people and achievements of the UK’s second city and winners are decided by a public vote.