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.

Clubs and Societies

Arts clubs support students in developing their creativity and expressing themselves.

Students are encouraged to develop healthy, active lifestyles and have access to fully equipped leisure facilities either on-site or at the nearby Olympic Park.

Clubs such as Feminist Fridays and School Councils support students in exploring and taking action on issues about which they feel passionate.

Mulberry offers a range of clubs which enrich the learning of students with special educational needs and disabilities.

Students are given the opportunity to develop their talents and learn new skills, such as in chess, cooking and gardening clubs.

An up-to-date Out of Hours Learning Timetable can be found here

Mulberry MBA

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:
Ms Aj Agar
Heads PA
Email: headspa@mulberryschoolstrust.org