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A message from the Headteacher, Ms Alice Ward

Mulberry School for Girls is a high achieving, over-subscribed and successful girls’ comprehensive school for pupils aged 11 to 18.

It is a place where girls’ talents and abilities are nurtured in a safe creative space and where they can develop their ambitions and the power for self-determination. Our aim is that all pupils should leave the school as highly qualified, confident and articulate young women with a wealth of experience in the wider world. Outstanding academic achievement is very important for future success, as is the need to develop ‘Confidence, Creativity, Leadership’ and a life-long ‘Love of Learning’. We believe these things will enable our pupils to lead enriched, happy and fulfilled lives, making a contribution to their own community, to British society and to global well-being.

It is such a joy for me to visit this phenomenal school. For all of the brilliant, bold and beautiful young women here – I can’t wait to see all that you will achieve in the future.”

Michelle Obama
Former First Lady of the United States of America

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FEATURED NEWS STORY

Brick Lane 1978: The Turning Point

In January we hosted the 'Brick Lane 1978: The Turning Point', an exhibition of photography from East End local, Paul Trevor, celebrating the area's 1978 activists.  Parents/carers, students, staff and our Mulberry community were invited to come and…

LATEST NEWS

Connect: Issue #13 out now!

The latest issue of Connect, the Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter, is out now! On the cover and back page of issue #13, our new primary Mulberry Wood Wharf proudly takes centre stage. It has been wonderful to see our primary school children partaking…

Museum of London Docklands

In November, a group of parents visited the London Docklands Museum to celebrate Black History Month. The Museum had a whole floor dedicated to Black history, so there was much to see. Parents shared their reflections about what life was like for their ancestors…

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