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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


Our fresh, redesigned Prospectus is coming soon. In the meantime, download our existing document for more information about our school.


Download PDF copies of our letters and published information for parents/carers for the current academic year.


ParentPay is the cashless system used at Mulberry School for Girls to pay for lunch and snacks.


Connect #19: Summer issue has arrived!

The latest issue of Connect, the Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter, has arrived!


Clifford Chance mentoring

Since April, lawyers at Clifford Chance – one of the world’s largest law firms – have been working with some of our students to help them plan their futures. This mentoring programme enables Clifford Chance employees to volunteer to work with students to guide them in planning their next steps. Sessions can cover how to approach revision, what to study or pursue in the future, and how to find opportunities for work experience.

Raising thousands through Philanthropy Thursdays

This term, students have been involved in Philanthropy Thursdays, raising money for Doctors without Borders (Médecins Sans Frontières) in response to the crisis in the Middle East. Students have organised and run sports tournaments, a talent showcase, a funfair and several bake sales. We were excited when parents/carers and families joined in with their very own fundraiser, and are thrilled we raised a total of £3,028.58.