Mulberry School for Girls is Outstanding in every category

We are thrilled to announce that Mulberry School for Girls has been judged Outstanding in every single category by Ofsted following an inspection which took place on Tuesday 23rd and Wednesday 24th April 2024.

Connect #18: Spring issue available now!

The latest edition of Connect, the Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter, is here! This issue features exciting news, including:

  • Global Girl Leading New York Study Tour: Read about eight inspiring Year 12 students on their global educational adventure.
  • East London Teaching School Hub redesignation: We celebrate the ELTSH redesignation for another four years.
  • Mulberry Changemakers Programmes update: Discover how our Mulberry STEM Academy, Mulberry Production Arts Academy and Mulberry Scholars Academy programmes are equipping students with the skills and knowledge to succeed in the future.
  • Welcome Chris Harvey: Meet the new Principal of Mulberry Academy London Dock.

We’re dedicated to providing our students with the best possible education, and you’ll find inspiring stories highlighting their achievements within the newsletter.

Thank you for your continued support. We wish you a wonderful break!

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Connect: Issue #17 out now!

We are delighted to share the autumn issue of Connect, the Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter.

This issue covers Sir Lewis Hamilton’s visit to our Trust and the brilliant work taking place in our Mulberry STEM Academy and Mulberry Production Arts Academy. We also held our first ever Mulberry Festival of Arts and launched our Mulberry Scholars Academy at Murray Edwards College, University of Cambridge.

Our students are at the heart of everything we do and we are committed to providing them with the best possible educational outcomes. We hope the news stories from our schools provides you with a glimpse of their successes and achievements.

Enjoy!

Mulberry Schools Trust releases its Going Places destinations publication for 2023

The Mulberry Schools Trust is proud to announce the release of its Going Places destinations publication for 2023. This brochure showcases the accomplishments of our Year 13 students and highlights their dedication and commitment throughout their educational journey.

An impressive 75 percent of the Year 13 students within the Mulberry Schools Trust have secured a place at university, while others have chosen to further their studies, pursue degree apprenticeships, or enter the professional world of work. This remarkable achievement reflects the hard work and determination of the students and the guidance provided by the trust.

The future looks bright for these ambitious young adults as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.

We also extend our gratitude to our dedicated team of teaching and support staff across all of our schools and acknowledge their inspiration, support and advocacy for the students, encouraging them to be ambitious and focused on their goals.

Access the publication below to read highlights from each school and see the comprehensive list of notable destinations and courses at the beginning and end of the publication.

Connect: Issue #15 out now!

We are so excited to share the summer 2023 issue of Connect, the Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter.

This issue is packed with exciting news from across our Trust, including the feature article on Mulberry Academy Woodside and Mulberry Canon Barnett joining our family of schools. We are thrilled to share news of the continued success of our Mulberry STEM Academy programme, the exceptional activities and opportunities opening up to students on the Mulberry Production Arts Academy programme, and our continued contribution to the school system with the work taking place at Mulberry College of Teaching, the East London Teaching School Hub and Reconnect London.

The stories in this issue provide a glimpse into the many achievements of our students, staff and partners.

We hope you enjoy reading about our schools and the opportunities they provide our students.

Enjoy!

Legendary singer, songwriter and actress Beverley Knight visits Mulberry School for Girls.

On Wednesday 3rd May, we were delighted to welcome the legendary singer, songwriter and actress Beverley Knight to Mulberry School for Girls. Beverley visited our 240 Year 9 students to speak to them about her role in Sylvia as Emmeline Pankhurst for which she recently won the Olivier Award for Best Supporting Actress. 

This was particularly special as our whole Year 9 cohort have seen her perform as Emmeline at the Old Vic and the play forms a crucial part of the Year 9 integrated Arts Project at the end of Key Stage 3. Also in the audience were Music students from Mulberry Academy Shoreditch, Mulberry School for Girls Music GCSE students and our amazingYear 8 Music ambassadors. 

A panel of Year 9 students impressed Beverley with their thought-provoking questions and confident delivery. Another group of Year 9 journalists interviewed Beverley and will go on to create an article about her visit.  

Students Latisha, Liliana and Sumaiya from Mulberry School for Girls also enjoyed tea with Beverley. They were joined by our CEO, Dr Vanessa Ogden and Headteacher, Alice Ward. It was a fantastic opportunity for the students to have an intimate and face to face conversation with such a brilliant star. It will certainly be a memorable moment for the students involved. 

The visit provided a wonderful space for students to learn so much from this inspirational artist and speaker. We hope Beverley enjoyed her time at Mulberry School for Girls and we thank her for giving up her precious time to come and visit us.