We are pleased that the latest government guidance has enabled us to open for more students:
Students in Year 10 and Year 12 can now attend small group half day teacher led study sessions Students in Year 7, 8 and 9 can attend a one-to-one appointment in school.
Emergency School continues for children of key workers, vulnerable students, and students with SEND, who can attend every day from 8.45 – 3.30pm. This applies to students in all year groups.
Stringent health and safety measures and social distancing continue to be in place.
If your child has not yet benefited from any provision in school, and you would like to talk about options for this, then please contact her Head of Year.
We look forward to opening in full in September.
Students are expected to work independently at home if they are well, using their home learning packs and remote learning resources.
Please continue to check our website for updates.
Shaping our Future is a series of short films made by Mulberry School For Girls and Ursuline High School, in conjunction with Postcode Films. The project was based upon one central question: how can young women challenge conventional ideas of power, and make a positive contribution to the communities in which they live?
Students from both schools worked together over the Easter holidays to develop research and interviewing techniques. They considered the concepts of 'success' and 'empowerment', and how these ideas might be applied to their own lives. They then met with and interviewed women who have challenged the idea that power is an aggressive, typically masculine quality, and have risen to the top of their fields in careers which focus on social justice, women's empowerment and community action.
The purpose of these interviews was to give female leaders an opportunity to share their own stories, and through this, to advise young women on how they may become leaders themselves. By interviewing these women, Mulberry and Ursuline students were able to encounter and learn from a model of female leadership which is based on courage, innovation, and a powerful drive towards positive social change.
The result is a series of brave, uplifting films which speak eloquently of what women can make possible.
From Mulberry School for Girls
Kinza Javaid, Nurtaj Luma, Sumaiya Bilqis, Simran Mahmud, Mahema Mahmud
From Ursuline High School
Chloe Murray, Cynthia Mosengo, Samantha Mashhadi, Cleo McCarthy