School Priorities

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School Priorities 2021 -2022

This year our targets are as follows:

Priority 1:

Consistency; a key to accelerated progress 

Priority Target:

To embed school priorities that enable pupils to continue to link their knowledge within and across subject areas; teachers demonstrate a deep understanding of subject content and language so all pupils including those with SEND make sustained and substantial progress and wellbeing systems and structures enable all school members to flourish.

Priority 2:

Lead by Action and Example    

Priority Target:

Leadership, at all levels, continues to enable pupils and staff to excel through high expectations and aspirations.  Leaders are fully accountable for the progress, attainment and wellbeing of all pupils and staff – allowing everyone the opportunity to succeed and reach their full potential.

Priority 3:

Equality; teaching cultural identity, race and racism

Priority Target:

Equality, cultural identity and race is celebrated, promoted and taught throughout all aspects of school life.  The Mulberry Primary is actively anti-racist.

Priority 4:

Children are the centre of our world.

Priority Target:

To implementing the revised EYFS​ Statutory Framework into previous good practice to ensure pupils remain central to all learning. Connections are made with families and communities to ensure pupil wellbeing, health and learning central in providing strong foundations for learning.

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