Mulberry School for Girls is a vibrant learning community: staff and pupils have a shared responsibility to ensure that all pupils develop a range of skills to be active, independent and life long learners.
Microsoft Teams powers our virtual learning platform. It is the learning platform that all students and staff use to facilitate high quality online teaching and independent learning.
All learning, whether delivered in the classroom in school or via our online classroom, is planned to provide appropriate levels of challenge linked with each child’s prior attainment and learning. Lessons are designed to provide variety and be of appropriate pace to maximise the opportunities for each girl to develop her confidence, creativity, leadership and love of learning in order to attain the necessary qualifications to broaden her life chances.
Each class that children attend in school has a virtual classroom online. It has a post wall where students are encouraged to communicate with their teacher and it has a files section where curriculum resources are shared. She will be set assignments on Mulberry Learn and asked to upload her work using this platform. Students can access a huge array of enrichment activities through Mulberry Learn and also have a ‘team’ for their tutor group and their year group, where they can access pastoral support.
You can read more about our Remote Learning Offer here.
We look forward to welcoming parents/carers to our @MulberryTH open mornings/evening events. Come and meet the Acting Headteacher, hear about our values and receive a tour of our fantastic school! Please see flyer below for more info or click here 👉🏼 http://bit.ly/3Cl8qsj
Such a pleasure to welcome STEM students from @MulberryTH @MulberryUTC @SGreenCollege here @MulberryAS for an assembly with Dr Mundy to celebrate a truly fantastic year of amazing achievements and experiences with #MulberrySTEM Academy in partnership with @MercedesAMGF1.
Today artists Sue Mayo & Maz Koshika met with students from @MulberryTH to continue 'Generation Rebellion'. Next week we will meet as an intergenerational group of women to share our ideas, concerns and creatively explore what it means to be an activist
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