Parents/carers enjoy a trip to Hampton Court Palace

On Wednesday 16th June, we had an excited trip to Hampton Court Palace with 20 of our parents/carers. The weather was absolutely beautiful which added to our whole experience as we got to explore the whole 60 acres of the magnificent garden.

It is always a pleasure to visit Hampton Court Palace as it holds such a wealth of historical artefacts. Some of our parents/carers have never visited or experienced anything like this before and we are so pleased that Mulberry has enabled them to appreciate these sumptuous surroundings.

“It was delightful to meet the parents after such a long unprecedented isolation and to explore such an historical and beautiful palace in the company of other parents. The trip was well organised in a timely manner by Sabina Khan.”

Parent/Carer

Year 11 GCSE Textile pupils enter the virtual world!

Mulberry School for Girls  Year 11 GCSE Textiles pupils are exhibited some of their work in an exhibition entitled ‘Creative Disruptions’ as part of the annual THAT (Tower Hamlets Art Teachers Network) exhibition.

The exhibition was a fantastic opportunity to showcase work produced during an unprecedented year of blended learning from 14 schools in Tower Hamlets.

THAT normally holds a physical exhibition of students’ work but this year, like so many events, it was presented online and entered the virtual world. It was a great opportunity to explore and celebrate the creative output of Tower Hamlets students, who have managed to make some stunning work and rise to the challenge of working in unusual, difficult, and stressful times and conditions, showing the power of art and the necessity of creative outlets.

Visit exhibition website below to be amazed and come away inspired!

Mulberry welcomes Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix to Tower Hamlets

On Monday 24th May, the Mulberry Schools Trust warmly welcomed Paul Mills, Julie Herman and Ellie Watts to its schools – the first formal visit from Mercedes-Benz Grand Prix Ltd. to Mulberry since the formation of our partnership. 

The guests visited Mulberry Academy Shoreditch and Mulberry School for Girls, followed by a whistle-stop tour of the local area surrounding our schools. Mulberry STEM Academy Scholars from both schools had the opportunity to talk to Paul and his team. Presentations and demonstrations were showcased, including Pepper the robot, who had been programmed by the students with special welcoming messages.