Sixth Form

Mulberry School for Girls Sixth Form is leading the next generation of trailblazers.

Mulberry School for Girls Sixth Form is a centre of academic excellence and outstanding teaching and learning for young women. Our students are challenged to think beyond their subjects and to embrace their individual roles and responsibilities as global citizens. They are the next generation of trailblazers. We are in the heart of London’s East End where there is an extraordinary history of female activism; Mulberry students stand on the shoulders of these women, forging a future with the highest aspirations. No-one can limit our students’ self-belief and determination or question their integrity.

Our young women are innovators, change-makers and trailblazers and they leave us excited, inspired and ready to take up their place as pioneers in the world, with voices heard, ideas stimulated and passions ignited.

Enrolment Arrangements

Mulberry School for Girls will be enrolling new sixth form students on August 20th from 10am – 4pm. Students applying should join us after they have collected their exam results. Enrolment and guidance interviews will continue between 10am and 4pm on Friday 21st August and then on 24th – 26th August too.

In order to support social distancing and to make sure our enrolment processes are Covid secure you can request your enrolment interview using the form below. We are offering face to face interviews, telephone interviews, and video call interviews. You should not come for an interview if you, or anyone in your household, has symptoms of Covid-19.

Please click here to indicate your interview preference.

When you arrive at our school, students who are currently in Year 11 at Mulberry School for Girls should enter through the Parkwood entrance, and students who are new to our Sixth Form and have collected results from other schools should arrive through the main school entrance

Applicants who have been students at Mulberry School for Girls in year 11 do not need to complete any further enrolment information. If you went to any other school in year 11 then please complete our full enrolment form here. You will need to have a copy of an identity document, proof of address and the official statement of your GCSE results before you can complete this form. Please complete the form on or after 20th August 2020. It must be completed by 31st August 2020.

You can access our enrolment form here: ENROLMENT FORM

New Term Arrangements

Year 12 will start with us between 9.10am and 9.50am on Friday August 4th. All students who are joining us from other schools will start at 9.10am and all current Year 11 Mulberry School for Girls students will be sent an individual start time by letter before the end of the summer break.

New applicants

If you did not manage to apply to our 6th form earlier this year but would still like to we are still taking in and reviewing new applications. Please download the application from the website and e-mail it back to us.


How do I apply?

What courses can I study?

Download your application form here:

Sixth Form Application Form

Completed forms should be   posted or delivered to   Mulberry School for Girls Sixth Form, Richard   Street, Commercial Road, E1 2JP.

The deadline for applications is Friday 31st January 2020. This deadline has now been extended to 31st May 2020.

Download our full course guide here:

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What happens after I send my application?

What are the entry criteria?

Enrol at Mulberry School for Girls Sixth Form on GCSE Results day 2020 and embark on your journey to realising your aspirations!

Once we receive your application a member of the sixth form team will call you for a telephone interview.  You will be sent plenty of updates and pre-course tasks via email.


Level 3 courses: To guarantee progression onto level three   courses students need 5 grade 5s including Maths and English.

Subject specific requirements:

Science: a minimum of 6 in Science, a minimum of 6 in Maths  

  • Maths: a minimum of 6 in Maths
  • Psychology: a minimum of 6 in Maths.
  • Level 3 Health and Social Care- a minimum of 5 grade 4s with English and Maths

Level 2 courses: Health and Social Care- a minimum of 5 grades at 3-4.


We are respected, and our ambitions are taken seriously’. Fahima (Year 12)

‘All the teachers here push you, know you and believe in you’. Shmeela (Year 13)

‘I can explore things that I love, not for an exam, but just because I love them’. Jessica (Year 12)

‘We have so many opportunities here. We all feel totally prepared for our next steps’. Khadeeja (Year 13)

No-one can limit the self-belief, determination or question the integrity of a Mulberry girl. If you want to make a stand, speak out, or challenge the status quo, you will be in good company here. Our graduates are innovators, change-makers and trailblazers.