On Monday 15th May, the Mulberry Schools Trust and Mulberry Stepney Green Maths, Computing and Science College proudly welcomed the Department for Education’s Baroness Barran, the Parliamentary Under Secretary of State and Minister for the School System…
We are so excited to share the spring edition of Connect, the Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter, which is out now!
It features the amazing work taking place at Mulberry Wood Wharf Primary, as well as the incredible opportunities that have been presented…
In January we hosted the 'Brick Lane 1978: The Turning Point', an exhibition of photography from East End local, Paul Trevor, celebrating the area's 1978 activists.
Parents/carers, students, staff and our Mulberry community were invited to come and…
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Students at Mulberry were delighted by this Year’s Winter Gathering; a production of “A Christmas Carol.”
Year 10 and 12 EPA students performed this Dickensian classic to every year group in the school, sharing with them a message about the importance…
Nearly 200 students from Year 7 -10 lit up the stage with incredible Music & Dance performances on Tuesday 13th December at our Winter Celebration Concert.
Our performers worked extremely hard to get their Music and Dance pieces to an exceptionally…
The latest issue of Connect, the Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter, is out now!
On the cover and back page of issue #13, our new primary Mulberry Wood Wharf proudly takes centre stage. It has been wonderful to see our primary school children partaking…
The Mulberry School for Girls super-curriculum aims to enrich learning and to inspire curiosity about academic areas previously unknown and unventured.
Our deep and unique friendship with Gresham College means our Key Stage 5 students have access to…
We are so proud of Nuzhat Nuruzzaman, a former student, Model UN Chair, Director, Secretary-General and current Medical student at UCL.
Nuzhat was invited to be a panellist at the 65th Anniversary event hosted by the prestigious EW Group. She spoke articulately…
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We are delighted to share that we have a new mulberry tree at Mulberry School for Girls.
Mulberry trees were brought to Tower Hamlets by the French Huguenots from the 1570s and our current tree is thought to be up to 400 years old.
Many of the Huguenots…
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On 29th–30th November, Mulberry School for Girls was thrilled to host 256 delegates from 18 schools at the latest Mulberry Schools Trust fully student-led conference.
The Mulberry Schools Trust is proud to be the UK lead for the UNAUSA‘s worldwide…
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In November, a group of parents visited the London Docklands Museum to celebrate Black History Month. The Museum had a whole floor dedicated to Black history, so there was much to see. Parents shared their reflections about what life was like for their ancestors…
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On Tuesday 1st November, students from Mulberry School for Girls visited the Mexican Embassy to meet Her Excellency Josefá Gonzalez Blanco, the Ambassador of Mexico to the United Kingdom, to learn about Mexico’s most iconic celebration, el Día de…
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