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ParentPay

How to Use ParentPay

  1. Go to www.parentpay.com
  2. On the top RIGHT hand side “LOG-IN”
  3. Enter username and password received from activation letter. Please contact your daughter’s Head of Year if this has been misplaced.
  4. Follow the on-screen instructions to change username and password. Keep a record of these.
  5. Read and accept the terms and conditions at the bottom of the page and click Continue.
  6. You will then receive an email. You will need to click on the link to access your account.
  7. Now enter the username and password from Step 4.
  8. On the front page select Set up Parent Account.
  9. Select one of the pre-set amounts or enter your own amount.
  10. Choose how to pay Visa Checkout or Other Payment Method.
  11. Once this is done go back to homepage and select Pay for <child’s name> meals.
  12. Enter the amount you want to pay.
  13. Select Pay by Parent Account.

 Click here for instructions including a picture of the website.

Possible Bad Weather Conditions

Snow is in the forecast for this week.  School will stay open unless public transport shuts down completely.  Please continue to check the website for any further updates.

Mulberry Think-ins with Jude Kelly

Our second WOW Think In, led by the WOW Foundation, will take place on 26th February 2019. The event aims to generate, communicate and celebrate young people’s ideas and priorities for achieving a gender equal world. At this Think In, students from the Mulberry Schools Trust will consider how issues of race and its intersection with gender.

Former First Lady Michelle Obama Meets Mulberry Pupils

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On Monday 3rd December, as part of her European book tour, Former First Lady Michelle Obama appeared at a sold-out, in-conversation event at the Royal Festival Hall in London to celebrate her memoir BECOMING.

During the afternoon, Mrs Obama spoke to pupils from both Mulberry School for Girls and Elizabeth Garrett Anderson School about the book. 

It was an honour to be in a position to offer this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to some of our pupils, and we look forward to the development of our relationship with Mrs Obama over the coming years. 

We were also extremely proud of Nusrath Hassan, one of Mulberry School for Girls alumni and current governor of Mulberry Academy Shoreditch, who joined Mrs Obama on stage for a thought provoking panel discussion. Nusrath’s achievements and experiences are an inspiration for all pupils across the Trust. 

Read this story and more in Connect, the new Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter – Issue #1 available here.

Gal-dem workshop

Students from Years 9 to 12 will attend a workshop about Michelle Obama’s new book, ‘Becoming’, on Tuesday 27th November. The workshop is organised by Gal-dem, a magazine written by women and non-binary people of colour.