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Mulberry Academy Shoreditch


Service Description

Mulberry Academy Shoreditch is a successful 11-19 mixed academy located in East London. The academy joined the Mulberry Schools Trust family on 1st September 2018, and it is a privilege to take up the new position of Executive Principal at this exciting stage in the academy’s development. I bring over 15 years of successful leadership experience in an inner London setting and I have high expectations for everyone within the academy’s community.

Each student at Mulberry Academy Shoreditch is provided with unrivalled experiences, rooted in Mulberry’s values and commitment to achieving the very best educational outcomes for all.

Learning is not confined to the classroom – we know that our students thrive when they are continuously inspired, motivated and encouraged. From Year 7 through to Sixth Form, our commitment is to ensure that students leave us fully prepared as independent and successful young adults, with a portfolio of skills that sets them apart from their contemporaries.

By selecting Mulberry Academy Shoreditch for your child, you are choosing an education filled with excellent teaching, academic rigour and high standards, opportunity at every turn and a range of experiences that will inspire, engage and challenge all students.

Mulberry Academy Shoreditch is truly an inclusive academy, which serves the local community. Our young people are educated in a safe, happy and welcoming environment so they can flourish. We have strong pastoral systems in place and the care we offer all of our students is of the highest standard. As well as collaborating with local, national and global organisations to deliver outstanding opportunities, we build strong relationships with parents/carers.

Educating students is both a great responsibility and a privilege. I hope that in exploring our website you will begin to discover how becoming a part of the learning community at Mulberry Academy Shoreditch will enable your child to succeed and achieve, and ultimately help them move on to further and higher education or employment and training.



Questions & Answers

Are The Premises Accessible For Wheelchair Users?
Can Families Self-Refer To The Service?
Do You Cater For Over 8s?
Do You Have A Waiting List?
Do You Have Car Parking Spaces?
Do You Have Child Protection Policies And Procedures
Do You Have Immediate Vacancies?
Do You Offer Specific Support For Children With Additional Needs?
Is There A Waiting List?
Other Cost Details And Reductions:
Premises Accessibility
Registered For 2 Year Old Grant
Do You Offer 30 Hours Of Free Childcare?

OFSTED Information

OFSTED Last Inspection and Summary
10 March 2016

Further Information

Provider Type
Secondary Schools
Delivery Channels
In Person Telephone Office / Premises E-Mail Post Web Site
Eligibility Criteria
None Tier 1: Universal
Referral Criteria
None (Self-referral)