At the heart of Mulberry School for Girls’ ethos is the belief that every young person deserves the opportunity to develop as a fully rounded individual, with the skill and qualities they need to lead fulfilled lives.
Through access to extra-curricular activities, students are able to develop confidence, creativity, leadership skills and a life-long love of learning which benefits both their academic achievement and provides them with valuable life experience. By providing access to the best possible opportunities, Mulberry has consistently proven that socio-economic disadvantage need not prevent students from achieving academic success and flourishing as individuals.
We are proud to offer one of the most extensive Extended Learning programmes in the country. Our outstanding enrichment programme is comprised of four strands: Global Education, Out of Hours Learning, Pupil Voice and Women’s Education.
Mulberry’s pioneering work in the arts provides a platform for young British, Muslim women to have their voices heard. The school’s arts education programme is well-known in London and we count the National Theatre, the British Film Institute, the Donmar Warehouse, the Royal Court Theatre and Southbank Centre amongst our valued partners.
For more information visit the following pages and read our case studies below to learn more about the Provision for Extended Learning at our school.