Ethos and Values

Our Values

We demonstrate our values in all that we do – let’s hear you RAH!!

  • Respect 
  • Ambition
  • Honesty

Latest News

The Mulberry Times Spring 2 – 2022

So lovely to see the lighter mornings and evenings as we move into spring. As always, children and staff have worked hard to ensure we are closing the gaps in learning. School led tuition has begun and I thank all the children and parents for your engagement, it really makes a difference.

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Ethos and Values at The Mulberry

The Mulberry Primary School provides high quality education through partnerships between children, staff, home and the wider community within an inspiring, stimulating and safe environment enabling all children to achieve their potential, to become independent learners, creative thinkers and responsible citizens for the future.


  • To create an inclusive environment in which learning can flourish both indoors and outdoors.
  • To provide a broad, balanced and knowledge rich curriculum wherein pupils are drivers of learning.
  • To promote high levels of achievement and raise attainment for all pupils through effective teaching and high expectations.
    To enable every pupil to foster a lifelong love of learning.
  • To value and celebrate everyone’s uniqueness and individuality, including their own.
  • To develop independent, well rounded, confident, capable children.
  • To encourage a sense of community based on mutual respect, co-operation and equality to all.

Equal Opportunities:

  • Children at The Mulberry Primary School reflect the rich cultural mix found in Haringey and come from families whose origins are worldwide.
  • We have a positive commitment towards teaching against racism and oppose any form of racist behaviour.
  • We recognise bilingualism as an asset and value and respect all children’s languages.
  • The school fully endorses Haringey’s Anti-racist Guidelines. We have an active Race Equality Policy.
  • We take firm steps against all forms of bullying including words, actions or behaviour based on homophobia, racism or sexism.
  • We also regularly review the school’s Equal Opportunities Policy, which aims to counter disadvantage based on race, gender, class and disability.
  • In school this means that boys and girls will be given equal access to all activities, that the curriculum will be made relevant to all ethnic and social groups and where possible provision will be made for children with particular needs.

Contact Information

The Mulberry School
Parkhurst Road,
London, N17 9RB

T: 020 8801 0189
F: 020 8808 2109

Office Contacts

Adele Safe
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SEND Contact:
Katie Rye
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