The Mulberry Bush
The Mulberry Bush is a not-for-profit charity with a mission to provide services to meet the needs of emotionally troubled and traumatised children, young people their families and communities.
Our services currently consist of:
The Mulberry Bush School, a non-maintained residential special school and children’s home providing integrated 38-week and 52-week specialist residential therapeutic care, treatment and education for traumatised children aged 5-13 and their families from across England and Wales.
The Mulberry Bush Learning and Research Centre is based at Linden House, Standlake, Oxfordshire and comprises The Mulberry Bush Outreach, our outreach and training department, The Mulberry Bush Research and our free alliance The International Centre for Therapeutic Care.
The Mulberry Bush Third Space (MB3) is our indoor and outdoor space in Toddington, Gloucestershire, for events, conferences and workshops, incorporating the Planned Environment Therapy Archive and The National Childcare Library.
You can find out about the impact our services have nationally and within the context of those children and families that we help, by reading our latest Impact Report on our charity pages.
Please contact Angus Burnett if you need to discuss or arrange a referral for our 38-week or 52-week programmes. Call
01865 300202 or 07775 441730
News & Announcements
On 11th September over 200 ladies gathered at St Hugh's College, Oxford for the 18th Women of the Year Lunch in aid of The Mulberry Bush. Niamh Cusack gave a wonderful talk and the lunch was a great way to celebrate the achievements of a variety of different women...read more
As we break up for the Summer, today was our Family Day when we celebrated with the families and carers of those children in our care. A day of smiles, looking back at the year, and forward to transitions and holidays. We would like to wish everyone including all...read more
On 15th July 2019 our latest cohort of students who completed the Foundation Degree in Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People, accredited through the University of the West of England, graduated in a ceremony at Bristol University. "We could not be more proud...read more