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Mulberry Academy Shoreditch Sixth Form


Service Description

We deliver academic excellence and an exceptional student experience at post-16. We offer a bespoke curriculum depending on the needs of each student. We ensure our students leave us at 18 fully prepared to compete on a global stage, contributing to society as independent, successful, skilled and motivated young adults.

The curriculum has been specifically designed to reflect the ambitions and interests of our young people. Lessons are designed to inspire and challenge students whilst also preparing them for the demands of further study and independent learning. We offer a curriculum which allows students to achieve their aspirations and grasp all opportunity, regardless of their strengths and abilities. So whether the ambition is to go to university, follow a vocational career or become their own boss, we have a personalised approach that meets the needs of all of our students.

We want our students to achieve their very best academically, socially and personally at this important stage of their lives. We therefore provide extensive support and tutoring for each and every young person as well as extra-curricular opportunities and positions of leadership.

The decisions to be made at Sixth Form can have an important influence on students’ futures. With this in mind, we work hard to ensure every Sixth Form student has access to the best support, advice and guidance possible. This package of support is provided through a structured programme of events, trips, workshops and taster sessions, as well as mentoring and support delivered by teaching staff, professional organisations and businesses, university partners and our alumni of students.

Additional Information

Additional Information

At Mulberry Academy Shoreditch Sixth Form you will:
# Gain top grades in your qualifications
# Receive excellent teaching and pastoral care
# Attend a University Summer School
# Build a career relevant network
# Lead on a community initiative
# Develop job specific skills
# Secure valuable work experience
# Join University lectures and seminars
# Use your voice for positive change
# Have opportunities for quality enrichment

What you can expect:
# Participation in Model UN
# Residential Weekend in the first term
# Duke of Edinburgh Gold
# Employability workshops with KPMG
# Networking events with Uptree
# Internship opportunities with the Brokerage
# Sheriff’s Challenge City of London Debate Competition
# Into University support
# Summer School opportunities at Russell Group Universities

Suitable for ages

Age of Users
From 16 To 19



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OFSTED Information

OFSTED Last Inspection and Summary
11 December 2012

Further Information

Provider Type
Sixth Form Colleges Sixth Form Colleges
Ofsted Rating
Delivery Channels
Office / Premises
Referral Criteria
None (Self-referral)