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Going Places…Our Sixth Form Destinations 2022

We are delighted to share our annual Going Places destinations publication with you. It is a celebration of the impressive examination results achieved by our Year 13 students in 2022 and a testament to their resilience and commitment throughout their educational journey with us.

Over 80% of Year 13 students across the Mulberry Schools Trust went on to gain a place at university whilst others embarked on other further study, degree apprenticeships or entered the world of work.

Please download the publication below and find out what some of our students had to say!

WE ARE THE CHAMPIONS ~ THE International Champions!!!

Mulberry Stepney Green School won the Greenpower Goodwood International Final on Sunday 9th October 2022. The Yr13 STEM pupils performed phenomenally on the day, displaying great and an indominable spirit. All their hard work, dedication and tireless effort paid off in the end; racing 30 other schools from across the globe (the furthest school travelled from Brazil!) who also qualified for the final heat for a fantastic conclusion to the 2022 season. I think you will agree that this cohort got the win they deserved, and we couldn’t be prouder of them – the shining beacon of Mulberry Stepney Green! 

A huge congratulations also to Mulberry Academy Shoreditch for achieving 2nd place!

 

   

MSG Sixth Form Results!

Coming to the end of two incredibly challenging years, our students persevered and achieved outstanding results. The results are a testament to our students commitment to learning, as well as the quality of education from their teachers. For our students these exams were their first ever and they have shown what truly dedicated students they are and we are delighted that they’ve achieved so well. As a result of your outcomes many of you are going onto top universities or apprenticeship programmes and se we wish you the very best and look forward to hearing about your continued success

 

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II

The Mulberry Schools Trust is deeply saddened by the passing of Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II on Thursday 8th September 2022. Her Majesty was the longest-reigning British monarch, who meant so much to us here at Mulberry and so many people in the United Kingdom and right around the world. Many will remember Her Majesty for her warmth and humour and she will be greatly missed.

Our deepest condolences are with His Majesty King Charles III and the whole of the Royal Family. We know many families will be greatly affected by this news and Mulberry stands with the nation in this period of mourning.

Our schools will be marking this moment in their own ways, led by their Headteachers. This type of news can affect how we feel and we will ensure all our students and members of staff are well supported.

Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II was one of the very great women of our time and her achievements as a leader and figurehead are remarkable. We will miss her presence in our national life very much.

Dr Vanessa Ogden

CEO

Mulberry Schools Trust

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