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. 

 

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.”

 

Mulberry’s new website goes live!

 

Mulberry School for Girls launched its shiny new site on Friday 25th June.

We thikn the website is so much easier to use (and look at)!  The contemporary design features an improved navigation structure that helps us to share information with you more easily. It also works across all devices, so will look great on your desktop, mobile or tablet!

The website will continue to play an important role in keeping in touch with our parents/carers and we will regularly use it to update our photo and video galleries, provide information regarding our students’ learning and other news from the school.

Enjoy!

Going Places…Sixth Form Destinations 2020

This year, Mulberry Schools Trust students were able to head off to excellent destinations within a full range of interesting and fulfilling fields, despite the challenges of the COVID-19 pandemic and the cancellation of the summer examinations in 2020.

The Trust has a history of sending students out from their schools successfully and into the wider world ready to make change – in public service, healthcare and medicine, law, engineering, the creative industries and education. We want Mulberry graduates to have happy lives with financial security and good job prospects and we work hard to ensure this happens.

Read more in our Going Places Sixth Form Destinations 2020 brochure.

Class of 2020!

Mulberry School for Girls’ incredibly hard-working students have secured places at some of the UK’s top universities. 

Last year’s trailblazers are now studying in some of the best destinations in the UK. 

Sixty trailblazers are now studying in Russell Group Universities! We are delighted to have one student going to the University of Cambridge to study Medicine and another student going to the University of Oxford to study History. In addition to this, 27 students are now studying at Queen Mary University of London, 14 students at Kings College London, 6 students at University College London, 6 students at Goldsmiths University of London and 5 students at SOAS.

Our Top Ten Trailblazers, based on their attainment in last year’s A Levels

  • Trailblazer 1 achieved four A* grades and has gone to the University of Cambridge to study Medicine
  • Trailblazer 2 achieved four A* grades and has gone to University College London to study Medicine
  • Trailblazer 3 achieved three A* grades and has gone to Kings College London to study Biomedical Science
  • Trailblazer 4 achieved two A*s and an A grade and has gone to University College London to study Education
  • Trailblazer 5 achieved two A*s and an A grade and has gone to University College London to study Sociology
  • Trailblazer 6 achieved two A*s and an A grade and has gone to London School of Economics and Political Science to study Accounting and Finance
  • Trailblazer 7 achieved two A*s and an A grade and has gone to Kings College London to study Computer Science
  • Trailblazer 8 achieved two A*s and an A grade and has gone to Kings College London to study Mathematics
  • Trailblazer 9 achieved two A*s and an A grade and has gone to Queen Mary University of London to study History
  • Trailblazer 10 achieved two A*s and an A grade and has gone to Kings College London to study Computer Science

Our experienced and passionate teachers take the time to know their students and will provide excellent guidance in preparing them for the next part of their journey.

Our unparalleled pastoral care, tailored intervention and in-depth Oxbridge and UCAS provision will ensure they achieve the best possible outcomes!