Congratulations to our intrepid runners Tim and Joy, who braved the heat of the London Marathon and completed the course, raising vital funds for The Mulberry Bush School. The total raised is an incredible £72,553, for which we are enormously grateful and full of admiration. Thank you Joy and Tim!
Our Award Winning Foundation Degree in Therapeutic Work with Children and Young People is now open for applicants to start in September 2018. This successful two-year level 5 qualification uses work-based learning to support practitioners to develop their therapeutic understanding and practice.
We are delighted with the outcome of the recent inspection of the Education Provision at The Mulberry Bush by an Ofsted HMI, rating the school as Outstanding!
This year the children at The Mulberry Bush School have each created their own Christmas card so that they could print them and take them home with them. There’s some fantastic creativity here!
We are pleased to announce that following our inspection in October 2017 Ofsted inspectors found us to be “Outstanding” in the overall experiences and progress of children and young people. The Mulberry Bush School was judged as outstanding because: The quality of individualised care and support provided is excellent and has a substantial impact on more »
Recent articles about The Mulberry Bush were published in the latest Children and Young People Now Children In Care supplement. You can read it here.
We are very excited that The Mulberry Bush has been selected to join The Big Give Christmas Challenge. It’s a unique way to to double your donation and double the impact! Donations made to our project via theBigGive.org.uk will be doubled during the campaign. New Children’s Transport We hope, with your help, to buy a more »
On a warm Tuesday in September, 200 ladies gathered in the lovely garden of St Hugh’s College for pre-lunch drinks and were warmly welcomed by the Principal, Dame Elish Angiolini, the former Lord Advocate of Scotland and previously Solicitor General of Scotland. After a scrumptious lunch the guests were entertained and deeply moved by the more »
This conference in Oxford in October will launch the new publication ‘Attachment and Emotional Development in the Classroom: theory and practice’ (Jessica Kingsley Publishing), a book aimed at new teachers and introduces a range of key concepts around social, emotional and mental health difficulties. Keynote presenters/workshop leaders at the conference will include internationally acclaimed writers on Attachment more »
The International Centre has formed working partnerships with two international organisations FICE and Family for Every Child.
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