Year 8 students explore art and French culture at the Wallace Collection

Twenty talented Year 8 French and Art students visited the Wallace Collection in Marylebone – a beautiful museum housing paintings, sculptures, furniture and armoury owned by four generations of the Wallace family, who bequeathed it to the nation in 1897.

Students took part in a workshop run by the resident artist. They learnt about the history of the museum and explored different parts of the building to get inspiration. They produced impressive drawings from different rooms in the house furnished with beautiful Rococo chairs, paintings and sculptures. Students shared their work and discussed what they thought of the beautiful surroundings.

After lunch, students went on a French treasure hunt around the museum, and returned to school thoroughly inspired
by the whole experience.

A Level Geography students conduct in-depth study in Somerset

In February, our A level Geography students went on a four-day trip to Minehead in Somerset to complete field work, which involved students formulating their own unique questions to investigate, and planning, collecting and analysing their own data.

The students studied both the human and physical aspects of geography. They investigated Minehead as a ‘place’ – collating primary data from questionnaires and surveys to understand local people’s perception of Minehead, and how places change over time and space, socially and economically. The students also studied the varied coastline, physical processes and how human interaction has changed the shape of the land through soft and hard engineering methods: collecting data on beach profiles, groynes and completing bio-polar analysis.
The visit provided students with the opportunity to gain invaluable skills and experience consolidating their learning with the real world.

Trustees appoint Principal Designate for new flagship London Dock school in Wapping

The Mulberry Schools Trust is delighted to announce that, following a rigorous and robust selection process, its Trustees have appointed Chris Harvey as the Principal Designate of Mulberry Academy London Dock.

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.

More than 500 girls gather for athletics excellence at Lea Valley event

On Thursday 18th January, Mulberry Stepney Green organised and competed in the Girls Indoor Simmonds Cup at the Lea Valley Indoor Athletics Centre. This event brought together 15 top athletics schools from across London.

We take immense pride in our young female athletes, competing alongside more than 500 girls to showcase their talent among some of London’s finest athletes.

Sir Lewis Hamilton’s inspiring Mulberry STEM Academy visit

On Tuesday 5th December, we had the pleasure  of welcoming seven-time Formula One champion, Sir Lewis Hamilton to Mulberry School for Girls —  a memorable occasion for 1,800 Mulberry Schools Trust students.