Going Places… Sixth Form Destinations 2021

We are delighted to see so many students from across the Mulberry Schools Trust family head off to some of the best destinations the UK has to offer, in a full range of interesting and fulfilling fields.

This year, we are pleased to announce that Mulberry Stepney Green Maths, Computing and Science College joined the Mulberry Schools Trust and we are thrilled to see the impressive achievements of their students included within the publication.

Going Places 2021 will enable you to discover more about our talented students, 

giving you an insight into where they chose to go and what they chose to study in the next phase of their educational journey. A full list of destinations and courses can be found at the beginning and end of the publication. Some of this year’s highlights include: computer science, business, economics, healthcare and medicine, engineering and the creative industries.

Congratulations to the Mulberry Schools Trust ‘Class of 2021’. We are proud of all they have accomplished and wish this year’s cohort all the best as they embark on the next chapter of their lives.

Fencing at Mulberry School for Girls

We have started in person Fencing at Mulberry School for Girls with Maslaha with their fantastic coach Mercedes! 

Mentoring Event with International Firm KPMG

A fantastic mentoring event with International firm KPMG that took place on the Wednesday 13th October after school.  They are mentoring 46 year 9 students helping them to widen their career choices, develop effective communication skills set. 


Visit from Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP

We were delighted to welcome Bell Ribeiro-Addy MP, who has represented Streatham in South London in parliament since 2019, to Mulberry School for Girls. She talked about her experience in politics, her journey into parliament, and how it has been as an MP during the pandemic. She inspired Year 10 students to take a leading role and contributed to Black History Month by encouraging us to think about intersectionality in our activism

Create your Future

On Tuesday 5th October,  10 of our Year 13 students attended an exciting event hosted by UCAS at the Excel Centre London called Create your Future. Our students visited over 50 universities stalls to find out about creative courses and career prospects.

Students took advantage of networking and engaging with the exhibitors, speaking to them about opportunities and a range of career pathways.

Some students commented after the event: 

“The event was very useful, and I learnt a lot I didn’t know before!”

“The trip to the UCAS creative industries exhibition was useful as it helped me gain extensive knowledge on creative subjects in various different universities and widened my interest in the creative industries”. I am looking forward to organising more trips I the future.”


Magic Me – Climate Emergency Project

This year, Mulberry School for Girls will be working with Magic Me on ‘Generation Rebellion’ – an exciting intergenerational climate emergency project, which explores the climate change crisis and what it means to be an activist.

The project will be led by artists Sue mayo and Elsa James and will consist of art, writing, voice and drama to unravel rebellion in both noisy and quiet ways. Our students will be working towards creating a film and several art pieces that they will distribute locally, but also internationally at the COP26 conference in Glasgow this year, where all the world’s leaders will gather to discuss the climate crisis.