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Mulberry School for Girls

Mulberry School for Girls

  • To fully establish our ‘Mulberry Pledge’ (commencing the academic year 2013 / 14) as an entitlement for all pupils at Mulberry by the end of this academic year. The Pledge sets out 10 areas of personal action that focus on both enriching the individual and improving educational outcomes as well as making a tangible contribution to positive social change.
  • All pupils in Years 7 – 11 at Mulberry School for Girls must fulfil each element of the Mulberry Pledge which includes under-taking an active Citizenship project, a fund-raising activity, a public arts performance, a public speaking activity, participation in a residential visit to build skills in resilience and determination, take part in activities which support learning about work and employment and undertake some kind of voluntary service to the school’s community.
  • Evidence is gathered by pupils and built into a portfolio of achievement. All pupils at Mulberry will know that they are entitled to these opportunities as part of their curricular and extra-curricular learning. The school has pledged to provide this entitlement.
The Mulberry Pledge is now established as an entitlement for all students in years 7-11. The Pledge sets out 10 areas of personal action that focus on enriching the life of the individual through involvement in, for example the arts, sport and public speaking, improving educational outcomes through widening learning experiences, for example visits to museums, places of higher education, the theatre and thus making a tangible contribution to positive social change.
Quote from Charlotte Hill, CEO at Step Up To Serve
"The #iwill campaign is driven by leaders from across society who are committed to making youth social action a normal part of growing up in the UK. We know that young people want to play an active part in improving their communities, and that in doing so, they develop their own skills for work and life. Over 350 cross-sector organisations so far have pledged to support youth social action, and say #iwill. What will you do?"