We believe that opportunities for learning outside of the classroom are vital to students’ success and wellbeing. We offer lunch-time and after-school clubs each week, which support students in nurturing their existing talents and developing new skills.
This bespoke programme launched in 2019. Incorporating ‘modules’, including sessions on enterprise, university mentoring, trips to university lectures and work experience, this programme enabled students to complete a short course to help them improve their skills and experience for university and higher education. Over 40 Year 12 students took part.
Trips and Visits
We offer students many trips and visits. These could be to universities; places of work; cultural institutions or even other countries! Every student who attends Mulberry will go to the Pantomime in Year 7, Wales for an Outward Bound trip in Year 8 and 9, and they will have the opportunity to go on many other trips both in the UK and abroad in Key Stage 4 and 5.
For further information about our Out of Hours Learning offer, please contact:
Mr Ollie Creed
Enrichment Learning Coordinator
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We look forward to welcoming parents/carers to our @MulberryTH open morning events on Mon 20th, Tue 21st & Wed 22nd Sep from 9.30am-10.30am. Come and meet the Acting Headteacher, hear about our values and receive a tour of our fantastic school! See you soon!
We look forward to welcoming parents/carers to our @MulberryTH open mornings/evening events. Come and meet the Acting Headteacher, hear about our values and receive a tour of our fantastic school! Please see flyer below for more info or click here 👉🏼 http://bit.ly/3Cl8qsj
Such a pleasure to welcome STEM students from @MulberryTH @MulberryUTC @SGreenCollege here @MulberryAS for an assembly with Dr Mundy to celebrate a truly fantastic year of amazing achievements and experiences with #MulberrySTEM Academy in partnership with @MercedesAMGF1.4
Just met 6 of @MulberryTH 's ecohub, I am do impressed and excited about what we can do together @MagicMeArts #BetterTogether
Today artists Sue Mayo & Maz Koshika met with students from @MulberryTH to continue 'Generation Rebellion'. Next week we will meet as an intergenerational group of women to share our ideas, concerns and creatively explore what it means to be an activist
Mulberry School for Girls is part of the Mulberry Schools Trust which is a charitable company limited by guarantee registered in England and Wales (Company No. 10035860).
Company’s registered office: Mulberry Schools Trust, Richard Street, Commercial Road, London E1 2JP.