On Monday 27th Jan, some Year 8 students will be visiting the offices of FTI Consulting, a large multinational consultancy in the City, to take part in a junior conference. This will be themed around Media Bias and Fake News, and is a great chance for students to learn about this important topic whilst also developing crucial transferable skills in a dynamic workplace.
On Weds 29th Jan, some students will be taking part in a webinar led by Dr Anamik Saha from Goldsmiths, University of London. Dr Saha will lead a session on Race, Representation and Diversity. In particular he will critically examine the term ‘diversity’. Students will have the chance to develop critical thinking skills, key for careers and higher education.
On 30th October, Mulberry School for Girls welcomed HRH The Duchess of Cornwall. The aim of the visit was to see the invaluable work carried out by the school in promoting the education and success of girls and women both locally and globally. This ranged from our engagement with WOW led by Jude Kelly and the Donmar Shakespeare Trilogy directed by Phyllida Lloyd and produced by Kate Pakenham, to our wider work with schools across the country and South East Asia.
Post-16 students leaving schools in the Mulberry Schools Trust are moving on to the next stage in their lives having secured strong destinations across the piece.
A feature of this year’s destinations has been the wide variety of universities and apprenticeships that students are taking up in some of the UK’s best institutions including Cambridge and Oxford, Imperial College, Edinburgh, St Andrews, Bristol and York. The subjects they will be studying are also varied and include Accounting, Architecture, Biomedical Science, Computer Science, Dentistry, Drama, Engineering, English, Film and Television, Fine Art, Games Design, Geography, Law, Maths, Medicine, Midwifery, Neuroscience, Nursing, Pharmacy, Physics and Psychology.
Congratulations to the Trust’s ‘Class of 2019’. We are proud of your achievements and wish you all the best in this next phase of your lives.
Read more about our students achievements in our Post-16 Destinations 2019brochurebrochure.
On Wednesday 25th September 2019, the Mulberry Schools Trust celebrated a special event that recognised over 600 years of collective long service to state education by teachers and support staff. Watch the video highlights below and read more about the event here.
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