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"Students are fulsome in their praise for the quality of teaching and the exceptional support teachers provide to ensure they attain well. Outstanding teaching over time has resulted in year on year improvements in students’ achievement at GCSE.”

Ofsted, 2013

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"Your results show that you are amongst the 100 top performing schools in terms of progress... Your school is exceptionally effective in educating its pupils, including those on free school meals, and I commend you for everything that you are doing in this area."

The Rt Hon David Laws MP, Former Minister of State for Schools

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"Mulberry girls are highly ambitious, confident and principled. Students are very aware of their rights and responsibilities as young women growing up in twenty-first century Britain"

Ofsted, 2013

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"In Mulberry school the staff are inspirational, the pupils are inspired, and the results speak for themselves."

The Rt Hon David Laws MP, Former Minister of State for Schools

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"An outstanding school where girls develop into exceptionally confident, articulate young women who strive for the highest possible standards in all that they do."

Ofsted, July 2010

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"I was greatly impressed by how articulate and confident your pupils are and enjoyed answering their probing and intelligent questions."

The Rt Hon Nick Clegg MP, Former Deputy Prime Minister

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"The school provides high quality and extensive support to help parents contribute to their child’s learning. Classes in parenting skills, together with a raft of adult education qualifications, are helping to raise aspirations with regard to career opportunities and university choices."

Ofsted, 2013

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"Liberated, charming and fiercely ambitious, these teenagers defy lazy preconceptions about British Muslim Women."

Helen Rumbelow, The Times Newspaper

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"Students’ extraordinary social, moral, cultural and spiritual development permeates all aspects of school life. As a result, students from all backgrounds get along very well together and are extremely tolerant of others’ differences. Bullying is rare and dealt with very effectively by staff when it does occur."

Ofsted, 2013

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"The trouble with Mulberry students is that there can only be one Prime Minister at a time."

Jude Kelly OBE, Artistic Director of The Southbank Centre

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"High quality teaching is underpinned by teachers’ excellent use of assessment. Teachers have a very strong understanding of how well each student in each class is doing and what precisely; students need to do to strengthen their subject-specific knowledge and understanding."

Ofsted, 2013

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"Impressive School."

HRH Duchess of Cornwall

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"Students’ awareness of their rights and responsibilities is exceptional; they are passionate defenders of human rights"

Ofsted, 2013

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"Great visit to the truly outstanding Mulberry School for Girls in East London – active citizenship, academic excellence and parental engagement."

Stephen Twigg MP

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A message from the Headteacher,
Dr Vanessa Ogden

Mulberry School for Girls is a high achieving, over-subscribed and successful girls’ comprehensive school for pupils aged 11 to 18. It is a place where girls’ talents and abilities are nurtured in a safe creative space and where they can develop their ambitions and the power for self-determination. Our aim is that all pupils should leave the school as highly qualified, confident and articulate young women with a wealth of experience in the wider world. Outstanding academic achievement is very important for future success, as is the need to develop ‘Confidence, Creativity, Leadership’ and a life-long ‘Love of Learning’. We believe these things will enable our pupils to lead enriched, happy and fulfilled lives, making a contribution to their own community, to British society and to global well-being.

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First Lady Michelle Obama’s visit to

Mulberry School for Girls 

To launch the ‘Let Girls Learn’ campaign in the UK, the First Lady of the United States of America visited Mulberry School for Girls on Tuesday 16th June 2015. She met with students and discussed how the U.K. and the U.S. are working together to expand access for adolescent girls completing their education around the world.

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20 August 2015

Exam Results

On Thursday 20th August students will be able to collect their GCE results.  A2 results can be collected from the Main Hall at 8.30am and AS results can be collected...

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End of Term

Thursday 16th July will be the last day of term.  School closes at 1.15pm for all students.  A pack lunch will be available to any student who wishes to take...

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