Mulberry Logo 300


Latest News


Attendance and punctuality have a direct impact on children’s learning and on the smooth running of the school. Children are expected to be in the playground lining up with their class at 8.50am.

We do expect parents to co-operate fully in encouraging regular attendance.

We work closely with the Educational Welfare Officer, who monitors punctuality and attendance. If attendance drops below 95% the parents will be invited in to see the Educational Welfare Officer and the Headteacher. The Educational Welfare Officer has the power to prosecute in extreme cases.

At the end of the day, children should be collected at 3:30pm. If a child is left at school for an unacceptable amount of time at the end of the school day, it may result in a late collection charge and referral to Social Services.

Unauthorised Absence

For many years the EWS has been battling to reduce the number of days that a parent can be issued a Fixed Penalty Notice (FPN) for unauthorised holiday.  Previously is was 10 days, but has now changed to 3 days starting from September 2019.  Should you child be absent for unauthorised reasons, you may be issued with a FPN by Haringey Council.  This is a penalty of £120, payable for each of your children that have been absent from school for unauthorised reasons.  The penalty is payable by each parent.  This means that both you and your partner will have to pay the penalty.  If the penalty notice is paid within 21 days, there is a 50% discount, so the amount payable is £60 per penalty notice.  Late or part payments are not accepted.

Contact Information

The Mulberry School
Parkhurst Road,
London, N17 9RB

T: 020 8801 0189
F: 020 8808 2109

Office Contacts

Adele Safe
Email the office

SEND Contact:
Katie Rye
Email the SENCO