Our Aims

Our Aims

Our aim is to develop creativity, leadership and a life-long love of learning in our students which will enable them to lead enriched, happy and fulfilled lives, making a contribution to their own community, to British society and to global well-being.

Every student will receive an education that:

  1. Engenders high levels of academic and technical ambition

  2. Provides rich personal development

  3. Enables the development of students’ high aspirations and self-determination 


Bringing Down Barriers to Success

Our shared background in providing for disadvantaged communities has inspired the Trust to build up a broad network of partnerships to aid and develop student experience, opportunity, drive and success. It is our belief that there should be no barriers to each child’s future and that society should, and can, be a level playing field. Aspiring for this to be reality we promise to:

  • Emphasise high quality subject teaching that is reinforced by excellent support for learning and intervention.
  • Deliver inclusion services that assist personal development.
  • Provide excellent pastoral care so no student goes unsupported.
  • Continually develop strong leadership and have high levels of expertise in education, supplemented by knowledgeable, committed and challenging governance.

Partnerships with impact

The Mulberry Schools Trust’s corporate and arts partners, such as Bank of America Merrill Lynch, the British Film Institute, the National Theatre, the London Stock Exchange Group, the Donmar Warehouse, the Southbank Centre and others, will all contribute extensively and be central to the wider extra-curricular experiences that the Trust is able to offer to achieve its aims.