Alumni

The Mulberry House School Leavers

Former pupils of the school and their families are an integral part of the wider Mulberry House School community. A number of events are arranged each year. If you would like to attend one of these events or would like to visit us on another occasion, please contact us.

Dhruv Shanbag

Haberdasher’s Boys School, 2018

My favourite class was art, especially drawing pictures of our ears with charcoal and colouring portraits of ourselves with bright colours. My teachers were very kind and helpful.

Shaurya Banerjee

Haberdasher’s Boys School, 2018

My fondest memory of Mulberry House School is of the school fair. The entire school building would be buzzing with activity and excitement.

Ruby Dale

Highgate, 2018

My favourite memory was going to the Houses of Parliament.

Jamie Dale

Highgate, 2016

My favourite memory is Egyptian day when everyone dressed up!

Kaysan Alloo-Lakha

St Pauls, 2016

My favourite memory of my time at Mulberry House is of being in the school play “Jack and the Beanstalk”, where I played the part of the giant! It was the first time I really felt confident on stage.

Gabe Joseph

St Pauls, 2016

I have a bunch of really good memories. I loved going to Westbere Copse, because it was really fun and everyone would have a great time. I loved art as well.

Mylo Kirsten

Latymer Prep School, 2014

My favourite memory at Mulberry is making a giant hamburger cushion in an art class.

Eli Joseph

St Pauls, 2014

The Goldilocks play gave a great opportunity to perform in front of big crowds, it developed confidence and a better ability of drama.

Rayn Alloo-Lakha

St Pauls, 2013

My favourite memory of my time at Mulberry House is the fun we had during winter, where we would use wooden blocks as sleds to slide down the snow-covered slope in the school playground!

Grace Clifford

City of London, 2013

Some of my favourite memories were splash days, winning the sporting effort cup in 2012 and holding the Olympic torch!