Tuesday 5th January 2021
Further to the Prime Minister’s announcement on Monday 4th January regarding school closures, teaching at Mulberry School for Girls has moved to remote learning. This method of teaching will be in place until February half term for all students except those who are the children of key workers and vulnerable children.
Students should log onto Mulberry Learn through Microsoft Teams by 8.45am each morning to participate in their lessons.
Please continue to check the website and text communications for updates regarding your daughter’s learning and return to school.
All letters can be found here.
If your daughter is entitled to free school meals, a food parcel will be available for you to collect each week. If you would like one, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Please stay safe and follow guidance from the NHS and Public Health England.
With kind regards
Dr V J Ogden
Headteacher, Mulberry School for Girls
Please continue to check our website for updates.
What are the unique challenges facing women who seek to promote positive social change? What can aspiring leaders learn from the current generation of innovators, leaders and groundbreakers?
The Women Leading Global Change held in October 2007 in the grand Queen Elizabeth’s Hall, developed from an ongoing collaboration between six girls’ schools in London working together in a State-Independent School Partnership. The 300 students assembled heard from an inspiring range of speakers each focusing on a particular area of women’s achievement, from the media, to international development, to human rights and global business innovation.
Students played a key role in the conference day – with a representative from each school presenting their hopes for the role that the women of their generation would play in shaping our global community. And in student discussion groups, delegates collaboratively investigated the issues raised in the days’ presentations.
Students came away inspired, and amazed by the professionalism of the event, and the high quality of the speakers. Over 92% rated the programme very good or excellent -- it was a day none in attendance will ever forget.
The consortium is currently planning its second conference to be held in October, 2009.