We are very sorry to inform you that, following the announcement from the Secretary of State for Education, we have now been asked to close the school from Monday 23rd March to all students except those who are categorized as vulnerable or children of key workers. The list of key workers is here: Key Workers
We look forward to reopening as soon as the government advice changes.
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.
On 28th March, Mulberry School for Girls hosted our annual Youth Conference. Its title was 'Unite against Hate' and it explored intersectionality between race, gender and other aspects of our identities.
We invited delegates to consider ways in which they were privileged as well as ways in which they were disadvantaged and challenged them to decide on actions they could take to make a difference.
The annual Youth Conference is planned and led by Year 12 students who invited guest speakers and panellists and selected workshops. Our guest speakers included Jude Kelly and Jess Ihejetoh, from the Women of the World Foundation; Dumaeza Nhlapo, a youth worker from the charity The Feast; Iman Qureshi, playwright; and Gareth Esson, a sexual health, relationships and well-being education consultant.