We know students achieve better when the staff around them are motivated and highly qualified. The Mulberry College of Education was established to make this a reality for everyone working with us by providing a rich culture of professional learning, reflective practice and self-evaluation.
Our ethos of life-long learning is not just for students. We are committed to encouraging teaching and support staff to engage in professional dialogue about learning; we promote collaboration, experimentation and research into how we can best serve the needs of our students.
We support staff to focus on solutions, remove barriers and inject life into learning by using resources differently, trialling alternative environments for learning and by utilising different styles and structures.
Further information about the Mulberry College of Education can be found on the Mulberry Schools Trust website here.
As part of MCoE’s provision of exceptional teacher development, Mulberry School for Girls is the DFE designated lead school for East London Teaching School Hub (one of 87 in the country) dedicated to ensuring high quality teacher and leadership development programmes for Hackney and Tower Hamlets schools. This not only affords teachers employed by the Trust fantastic opportunities to learn with and from colleagues across the region but also the chance to teach on prestigious teacher development programmes for their local colleagues. For more information please visit the dedicated East London Teaching School website.