Year 8 student Synicia had the privilege to read Little Amal’s heartfelt letter to the assembled crowd @StPaulsLondon today. #LittleAmal @GoodChanceCal #TheWalk
170 Year 7&8 students from @MulberryTH were proud to welcome #LittleAmal to London today, greeting her with a song and encouraging her on her journey. We Consider Ourselves very lucky to be part of this wonderful project! @GoodChanceCal @walkwithamal3
Students from @MulberryAS @MulberryTH @MulberryUTC & #MulberryStepneyGreen are Going Places! Read our latest Sixth Form destinations publication to discover where our students chose to study this year! We’re super proud of them all!👉https://bit.ly/3psBaMO
It was such a privilege and a pleasure to welcome a group of brilliant students from @MulberryTH yesterday. We thoroughly enjoyed having you over to introduce you to @kingsdh. Thanks for all the insightful questions and conversations, to be continued! https://twitter.com/MulberryTH/status/1451461255370362888
Students enjoyed a wide ranging lecture with Ashwin Mathew which explored themes including racialised surveillance and Black activism. The lecture reinforced the importance of challenging companies from inside & out if we want to achieve real change @ashwinjm @kingsdh @MulberryTH 2
Huge thanks to Dr @petechonka, staff & students at the innovative & multidisciplinary Department of Digital Humanities for hosting @MulberryTH yesterday. Experiencing 3 dynamic lectures on Black British digital culture revealed exactly why @kcldh is RER ranked #1 for research!2
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