Entries by Leonie

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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 […]

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GCSE results 2022

Congratulations to our wonderful year 11s on their outstanding GCSE examination results. This year 57% of students achieved grades 9-5 in English and Maths with 74% of students achieving grades 9-4 in these subjects. This is an increase of 12% and 11% respectively when compared with the last national examinations. Exam results were excellent across […]

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 Congratulations to the class of 2022 on their wonderful A-level and BTEC examination results. 

Amongst many top grades to celebrate there are stories of individual success in the face of adversity within a cohort of students who have overcome unprecedented challenges over the 18 months of lockdown and learning restrictions. We are exceptionally proud to have doubled our 2019 attainment at A*-B and to have improved in all other […]

Connect: Issue #12 out now!

The latest issue of Connect, the Mulberry Schools Trust newsletter, is out now! On the cover of issue #12 we bring you exciting news about the Mulberry Theatre Company who will be taking their latest production to the Edinburgh Festival Fringe. Mulberry Arts is a programme of outstanding arts education delivered across the Mulberry Schools […]

Visit from Daljit Nagra 2022

On Friday 15th July, the esteemed British poet Daljit Nagra came with the National Society of Literature to lead a poetry workshop with Year 10 students. Daljit Nagra’s parents came to Britain from the Punjab, India, in the late 1950s. Nagra comes from a Sikh background and was born and grew up in West London […]

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KS3 ‘Proud to Be Project’ 2022

Thanks to British Land and wonderful Black British poets Fusion and Chloe Carter and artist manager Chris APL, 90 of our KS3 students took part in workshops creating art and poetry about their cultural roots. 30 wonderful students then performed their work at an evening showcase in front of parents, friends and teachers and again […]

Student Diversity Leaders 2021/2

Our student Diversity Leaders have played an active role in developing anti-racist practice at school. Hana, Sumeya and Yasmin led assemblies in October about the contributions of black inventors to modern society and the science of skin colour. Our Diversity Leaders this year also developed a reflection form (based on their learning in Psychology A-Level) […]

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Community Culture Day 2022

In June, the Sixth Form Council organised our first Community Culture Day which was held on the roof. Students came to school in clothing that celebrated their cultural heritage, brought in food, listened to and danced to world music, and created a display of the things they were proud to be celebrating and that they […]

Mulberry Academy Shoreditch signs the Race at Work Charter

As part of our commitment to identifying, addressing and removing barriers to progression for our global majority staff and students, in June 2022, Mulberry Academy Shoreditch signed the Prince’s Responsible Business Network’s ‘Race at Work Charter’. The Race at Work Charter was launched by Business in the Community (BITC) in late 2018, with the aim […]

Community Iftar 2022 

In 2022, after a two year Covid-imposed break, Mulberry Academy Shoreditch was once again honoured to be asked to host the Prince’s Trust Annual Mosaic Iftar. Mosaic was founded by HRH The Prince of Wales to connect young Muslims to relatable role models to help increase their confidence and improve their chances of fulfilling their […]