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.
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.
My fondest memory of Mulberry House School is of the school fair. The entire school building would be buzzing with activity and excitement.
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.
My favourite memory at Mulberry is making a giant hamburger cushion in an art class.
The Goldilocks play gave a great opportunity to perform in front of big crowds, it developed confidence and a better ability of drama.
My fondest memory is dressing up for world book day as Winnie the Witch.
My favourite memory was when I was given as very large sticker in praise when I spelt London correctly in Prep I.
My favourite memory was dressing up in a beautiful Flamenco dress for Spanish Day. I also loved playing on the roof terrace.
I have lots of fond memories from my years at the school. I especially liked the drama classes & playing the role of the ugly sister in Cinderella. I was also proud to win the Kindness Cup.
My favourite class was art because every time there was something interesting and intriguing to discover. My favourite lesson of art was making biplanes.
My favourite memory of Muberry was being snack captain!
I enjoyed playing the part of Rat in the Year 2 play The Wind in the Willows and being asked at the last moment to take over the additional part of Sally, which included singing a solo. I loved all the teachers - there was always something interesting happening at MHS and I had a really happy time there.
My favourite memory of Mulberry House School is definitely the Easter Dance competition. I had so much fun practicing and performing. I still remember all the moves and think of my friends from Mulberry house school every time I hear the song on the radio!
Being chosen as the final protagonist with the School performance song 'Alice the Camel' was a highlight at MHS. Also, learning the scientific process of freezing and drying grapes (raisins). Chess club was fun as well!
My favourite memory is the outings of which the really amazing impressionable ones were The Houses of Parliament (and now I know I want to be a judge when I grow up), Bank of England, Windsor Castle (where the Queen waved to us) and the Eco talk at the Welsh Harp Environmental Centre. Being at Mulberry House gave me the confidence to walk into Highgate Junior School on my own.
My favourite memory of Mulberry house school is when Naomi encouraged me to read to the younger children in Transition. I felt so nervous but she helped me to feel confident in my reading and after I read I was so happy that I had been so brave.
Sóla le Sage de Fontenay
My best memories of Mulberry were being picked as lunch monitor for the cute first schoolers. I felt very proud and responsible! I really loved the teachers, who were always kind and supportive. I also really enjoyed the school plays especially when I was a narrator with Donnie and of course when I played Toad in The Wind in the Willows. Fun times at Mulberry!
Elva le Sage de Fontenay
Best memories of Mulberry: I use to love the show and tell sessions in the lower school, I remember bringing my Beanie toys in. The teachers were very kind to me, I was very shy. I loved my art lessons, roaming around Westbere Copse, all the school trips and the school plays - I played Alice in Alice in Wonderland the year I left.
My favourite memory was the prep football tournament where I met Teddy Sherringham.
Henry van Kaathoven
Favourite memories: I loved Sports Day especially running fast! I also enjoyed the Spa Day we did at the end of Prep 3 to raise money. It was really cool to put nail varnish on people!
Thomas van Kaathoven
Favourite memory: I enjoyed Art the most and Drama was cool too. The best was bringing home something we had baked.
My fondest memories of MHS are the teachers and I absolutely loved my yoga class!
I loved playing on the roof garden with my friends.
I have so many lovely memories from my time at MHS; play time in the garden with my friends Arlo & Tyler, receiving the philosopher of the week award from the Headteacher and making snow angels when we were snowed in! I loved the community feeling at MHS.
My fondest memories of Mulberry are lessons in Westbere Copse, the School Sports Day, all the school trips and the Summer picnic.
I loved the Summer Splash Days (when the weather allowed), helping Parveen at lunch times with the delicious veggie food as Table Monitor, and chess club.
My favourite memory of Mulberry is the friends I made in my first few weeks and friends who I still have as my closest buddies even though they all went on to different schools!
I liked all my teachers and friends at Mulberry and that’s my great memory.
My favourite memory of Mulberry is doing Art with Chloe, especially learning about Alexander Calder.
I remember loving and caring teachers in particular Victoria and Camilla and I loved Sayeeds delicious lunches particularly the Bananna cake.
My favourite memories of Mulberry include the chess tournament I participated in, my helpful and fun teachers, and dodgeball with my friends!
My favourite memory is going to Spring Grove Care Home and speaking with the old people and finding out about their interesting lives.
I remember being very happy at Mulberry House and I loved my years there.
I remember that when I left Mulberry I still had a book and my mum made me come back to Mulberry to return it when we found it in my room. I was really embarrassed.
I often recall many happy times at Mulberry House and would like to return to help teach maths!
My favourite memory was playing on the monkey bars, reading books in the reading corner and the Summer picnic.
My favourite memory was the Science Fair because there were a lot of great experiments. I also enjoyed making the biplanes during the DT lessons.
My favourite memory was presenting my most beloved toy at the time- a plastic T-Rex. It was my first show and tell experience and I loved it.
My favourite memory was visiting Westbere cops
My favourite memory was playing with my friends in the playground.
My favourite memory at Mulberry House School was being chosen to perform as Mary in the Transition Nativity play. I remember wearing a long blue dress and had difficulty getting my new baby out from under my chair at the right time but I was only three years old!
My favourite memory at Mulberry House School was looking after the infants at lunchtimes and sitting at the head of the table with my little sister and her friends. Their faces were all orange by the time they finished their spaghetti!
My best memory of Mulberry House School was my friends. I also oved the trips they were amazing and my favourite lesson was maths.
One of my favourite memories of Mulberry House is the playground where there were many things to play with. Another one of my favourite things were the lessons because they taught you about many things and were still fun. There were also a lot of fun things planned like the water day and fun field trips where we went to places like the Houses of Parliament.
My favourite memories were playing with friends Eliza and Maya, the “Days of the Week” song, Show and Tell, learning about bugs, rolling around on the big ball at playtime and the teacher who liked dolphins.
My favourite memory of Mulberry was PE lessons with Coach Marc!
My favourite memory was playing early morning football in the front playground before school
My favourite memory was handing out crackers at snack time!
My favourite memory was that I loved the pool party in Squirrels with paddling pools in the summer, it was the best.
My favourite memory was presenting and watching 'show and tells' and participating in the music club during lunch times.
My favourite memory was performing in the 'Friendly Robot' musical.
My favourite memory was playing games with friends in the playgound during lunch break
My favourite memory was Friday break times in the other playground
I enjoyed show and tell and going swimming
Ellen Eis Loynes
My favourite memory is meeting my best friend. We have been close since my first day at MHS.
Best memories of MHS are school trips, splash days and Christmas fairs!
My favourite memory was baking a carrot cake for the Great Mulberry House Bake-off
I loved the free play when she first arrived at school and splash day.
My favourite memory is playing with my friends and going to Westbere Copse
I loved the drama shows we did at Mulberry House. Lots of singing and dancing. It was so much fun!
I have many good memories of Mulberry House - the teachers, the interesting lessons and especially the Houses of Parliament visit when I won a competition for the School!
My favourite memories were time with Maria and Laura, art and the climbing bars which used to be outside the Transition classroom in the Second School.
I immensely enjoyed my time at Mulberry. Too many fond memories: playing outside with his friends, splash days in summer, enjoying the new building especially the terrace area, lunches by Said, time with all the teachers: Rebecca, Carla, Maria, Laura.
My favourite memory was when I had to lie down on a big piece of paper and the rest of my class traced my body shape. The teacher then drew a line across the outline to demonstrate how much water our bodies contain.
Memory - I got told off for asking when the lesson was over. I was very hungry and really needed something to eat. The teacher got very upset and sent me to the head teachers’ office...
I have so many wonderful memories of Mulberry House which include making great friends, going on some amazing trips and playing tag on the rooftop playground. I miss Naomi and all the other great teachers I had. I enjoyed all the lessons and I learned so much!
I liked how all the teachers were kind and caring. I loved the Easter concert and songs and I made great friends too!
I loved the teachers who took care of us. Everyone was so kind! I love growing the butterflies it was fun and the chicks were sooooo cute!! And the outing to the woods were also so fun!!!
I have a lot of good memories from doing DT to baking.
My favourite memories were playing on the monkey bars in the playground and winning the Maths Prize in Year 2, and being given a shiny trophy with my name engraved!
My favourite memory was going on a Nature Trail with her friends and Aoife.
I have many wonderful memories of MHS but my two treasured ones are when I preformed in Animal Rumble Grumble production with all my friends and When we made Biplanes in art lessons. I was sad to leave all my loving teachers behind.
My most favourite memory of Mulberry was my interactions with Headteacher Victora, she in fact inspired me a lot that I would like to be a headteacher when I’m a grown up.
My favourite memories were reading Biff, Chip and Kipper books and playing games during circle time!
My favourite memory was playing with the dinosaur toys and drawing them!
My favourite memory was hanging myself upside down on the climbing frame in the back garden of the school!
I remember playing schools with my friends by the giant throne with the little stools.
I loved playing on the roundabout and the roof playground. I would always look forward to break when I could play with my friends that I am still friends with today.
Playing in big school’s playground with the boat that used to be there and the Dragon’s Den competition during Preps 3.
My best memory is when we were sitting down at playground together with my friends and saw clouds moving at different paces and there was a rectangular cloud at the end, which was also moving, although rather slowly. We pretended the clouds were in a race, all except the rectangular cloud. It’s such a happy memory.
I have many fond memories of Mulberry House School. My favourite memory was when we had the race on Sports Day and I came first, I was very proud of myself.
My favourite memories are playing chess, running in the playground with my friends and PE with Coach Marc.
Victoria Mitchell Cox
My best memories are the friends I made and the many parties we had together.
My favourite memory was the teachers I came to know and the friends that I made. I was also delighted to become Mulberry House School’s first kindness councillor.
My favourite memory at Mulberry is riding the bicycles with my friends in the roof garden!
Some of my favourite playground memories are playing tag, riding on the bikes and most of all playing on the slide and sliding down it. It was really fun!
Every year I loved our trip to the theatre to watch the Christmas pantomime and Splash Day in the warm summer days were the most memorable and fantastic school events ever for me.
My favourite memory was spray painting one of the walls in the playground as part of an art project.
My favourite memory was when I organised an event called Loud shirt day at school that helped me raise more than £2000 for Auditory UK!
My favourite memory was when I sang ‘Oh holy night’ over Zoom to the residence at Spring Grove; it made me happy to see them have such great smile.
My favourite memory when we sang at the school’s gate to perform our Christmas concert to our parents.