Pupils’ experience at Mulberry are greatly enriched through the global dimension of their education. Through a wide range of innovative activities, we prepare pupils to thrive in our diverse, rapidly changing and interdependent world. We aim to develop future Global Leaders from Mulberry, and take pride in our range of partnerships with schools and other organisations working in other countries.
Mulberry is proud to be the lead school in the UK for the Global Classrooms MUN worldwide network and the host of the largest MUN programme for secondary schools in the UK. We offer the MUN programme to pupils from schools within and beyond London. Pupils play the roles of ambassadors of the UN’s member states in simulations of UN committees. We hold two conferences a year; one at the school and one at the International Maritime Organisation, the headquarters of the United Nations in Britain. The latter conference sees 450 pupils take part in this exciting event.
Pupils begin in Year 7 and 8 as rapporteurs, supporting the Delegates who come from Year 9 and 10. Our Year 12 and 13 students act as Chairs, running committees, which work towards a resolution on how the international community should respond to the topic. Our events have a warm, supportive atmosphere and aim to promote co-operation, leadership, public speaking skills and confident global citizenship among young people.
Read more information on our dedicated website below.