Release of video featuring Sir Lewis Hamilton’s Mulberry STEM Academy visit

We are thrilled to announce the release of an exciting video featuring seven-time Formula One World Champion, Sir Lewis Hamilton, during his visit to Mulberry School for Girls last term. The video showcases Sir Lewis’s engagement with secondary and primary students from across the Mulberry Schools Trust, with a particular focus on our innovative Mulberry STEM Academy.

In the video, Sir Lewis Hamilton is seen interacting with our talented students, witnessing first-hand the incredible work and innovation happening within our school community. The visit served as an opportunity for the racing legend to connect with aspiring young minds and share his insights into the world of STEM.

Mulberry STEM Academy is renowned for fostering a dynamic learning environment that empowers students to explore, experiment, and excel in STEM disciplines. Sir Lewis Hamilton’s presence added a touch of inspiration to the work of the academy, encouraging students to dream big and pursue their passion for innovation.

The video captures moments of collaboration, hands-on experimentation and the sheer joy of discovery that defines the spirit of the academy.

As a part of the Mulberry Schools Trust, Mulberry STEM Academy is committed to providing a world-class education that equips students with the skills and knowledge needed to thrive in the rapidly evolving landscape of STEM fields. The video release is a testament to the Trust’s dedication to fostering excellence and preparing the next generation of innovators.

We invite everyone to watch the inspiring video and join us in celebrating the remarkable achievements of our students and the positive impact of Sir Lewis Hamilton’s visit. Together, we are shaping the future of STEM education and inspiring a new generation of trailblazers and leaders.

Stay tuned for more exciting developments as the Mulberry STEM Academy continues to push the boundaries of education and ignite the spark of curiosity and innovation in every student.