Mulberry UTC in the news

Mulberry UTC were proud to feature in the Evening Standard and Metro on Tuesday 26th February 2019. 

Read the articles below to find out how we offer a combination of academic results, practical pathways, state-of-the-art facilities and experiential learning.  We prepare Mulberry students for success; fast tracking them into the careers of the future.  So if you’re a parent of a student about to enter those critical GCSE years or you’re searching for a sixth form that will equip you with the skills, as well as results, to fulfil your ambitions, then apply to join Mulberry UTC.

Evening Standard – ‘An education making a world of difference’

Metro – ‘Careers in the making’


Sixth Form Scholarships

The Mulberry Schools Trust is delighted to be able to offer up to 10 scholarship awards to Year 12 students in each school from September 2019. 

To find out more, please call 0203 137 7024 or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. Application forms will be available from September 2019.  


The first cohort of students will sit GCSE and A level exams in summer 2019. 

Mulberry UTC students sat their first external exams in summer 2018. These were in one-year Level 2 courses, and also unit exams for two-year Level 3 technical courses.

23 students completed the Level 2 Diploma in Health and Social Care. 75% of students achieved a Distinction* and 82% a Distinction or higher. 70% of student on Level 2 courses at MUTC in 2017-18 have now successfully moved onto a two year Level 3 course at the UTC. These students will be eligible for either university or apprenticeship places after they finish this course in 2020.

Year 13 students sat module exams in their Technical courses including in Health Science, Health and Social Care, and Digital Media. Attainment in Health Science was above national average at Distinction, Merit and Pass level. In Science Fundamentals, over 35% of students achieved a Distinction compared to just 10% nationally, and 90% of students achieved a Merit or higher compared to less than 45% nationally. In Digital Media two thirds of students achieved a Merit or higher in at least one unit. Sucess at both Pass and Merit was higher than national average. In Health and Social Care half of students have achieved a Merit or higher in externally examined units and all students have passed all external exams that have been sat so far.

A Distinction grade in Level 3 Technical subjects is worth the equivalent UCAS points of an A grade at A level. These qualifications are accepted by both Oxford and Cambridge Universities. Year 13 students are now being supported to apply for places at universities including Bristol, King's College, Greenwich, Queen Mary and St Georges, and/or apprenticeships including with the BBC, Sky, KPMG and the NHS. 


Friday 12th October 2018

Partnership of Equals Conference live stream from the QEII Conference Centre, Westminster.

For more information about Partnership of Equals and to obtain resources from this year’s conference please visit the website.


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Part 2

Join us – Friday 12th October 2018

The Mulberry Schools Trust Warmly Invites You To

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A conference for schools exploring gender equality

The conference is designed in collaboration with students from the Mulberry Schools Trust. Our conference brings young people together from across the country for the day to imagine what a gender equal society might look like. As schools, we recognise that young people have the power to change the world. Yet in the world beyond school, not everyone is given an equal chance to fulfil their potential. Campaigns like #MeToo, and ‘He for She’ shine a light on continuing inequalities for women, but men too are also effected. They are often denied the opportunity to show vulnerability – and suicide rates amongst men are also a concern.

The aims of the conference are:

  1. To raise awareness of gender equality among young people.
  2. To explore how the arts can deconstruct and find creative solutions to inequality.
  3. To bring together young people and diverse role models to engage with and learn from each other.
  4. To enable young people to become leaders and advocates, in delivering this event and creating a more equal world.

Conference Contributors Include:

Jude Kelly, Former Artistic Director of the South Bank Centre, Edwina Dunn, Founder of the Female Lead, Delia Barker, Programmes Director, Round House, Shobana Jeyasingh, Choreographer & Founder of Shobana Jeyasingh Dance Company, David Lan, Former Artistic Director at the Young Vic, Baroness Shami Chakrabati, Jade Anouka, Actor, Dave Neita, Lawyer & Poet, Carrie Cracknell, Theatre Director, and many other leading artists.

The conference is being live streamed in two parts:

Part 1
10:30 – 12:00
including LIVE panel discussion exploring gender inequality in dance at 10:45

Part 2
14:00 – 17:00
including LIVE panel discussion exploring gender and Shakespeare at 14:45

Live stream Link (or search Mulberry Schools Trust on YouTube)

The conference website including all the available conference material and resources for schools can be found at

Dr Vanessa Ogden, CEO of the Mulberry Schools Trust and the Mulberry Schools Foundation said: “At this conference, we are bringing together girls and boys, women and men to consider issues of gender equality. A prosperous and harmonious society is a society where inequality and injustice have no place. The conference provides a platform for young people to have their voices heard. Schools are the  crucibles of civilisation and it is our responsibility to ensure that pupils leave us equipped to create a fairer future for all”.

For more information, please visit the Partnership of Equals website or contact:
Ria Burnett / AJ Agar at Mulberry School for Girls on 0207 790 6327 x 205.

Year 10 Enrolment

Enrolment for Year 10 students is ongoing and is compulsory for all new students. If your son/daughter has been offered a place and has not yet enrolled then please bring the following documentation into reception so that you can officially enrol as a student at Mulberry UTC. You will need to bring the following with you:

Proof of address:

  • Current Council Tax bill - OR
  • Current Housing Benefit entitlement letter - OR
  • Tenancy Agreement - OR
  • Letter from the National Asylum Support Service (NASS) or a social services asylum team informing you of the address of the accommodation being provided for you and your family.
  • PLUS a recent utility bill, dated within the last 3 months.

Proof of date of birth:

  • You will also need to provide a copy of the student’s UK Birth Certificate OR Passport OR Asylum Seeker Documentation to verify their age.

At enrolment, you will show these documents to a member of our team, who will verify them and take copies. We look forward to seeing you soon.

The Medical Mavericks recently visited the UTC to present a whole school assembly about careers in the Health Care and Health Science centre, as well as interactive workshop for Y12 Health Scientist and some Y10 students. The workshop involved students conducting medical tests e.g. using ultrasound to check for growth plates and conducting ECGs.

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Year 10 Projects

Skills London is London’s biggest jobs and careers event for 15-24 year olds. Mulberry UTC is very pleased to be returning this year. More details here:

Year 10 students have been thoroughly enjoying PE sessions down at Shadwell Basin with Mr. Dobbs. Activities have included sailing, kayaking, and rockclimbing!