Our students go on to study at some of the best universities in the country. You do not need a login or password to search for courses. If your grade predictions are 3Cs, you should not go for courses that require 3As, or vice versa.
Our Sixth Form team give one-to-one support to help students make the best decisions when applying to higher education. Course Choices When you fill in your UCAS application form you will have five choices of course/university. By this point, you should know the specific area of which you wish to study. Please see here for more information on the UCAS points system.
Over the last year, students have walked 100 miles across Holland, visited Parliament to watch a live debate, hosted a Christmas party for Senior Citizens, held a weekly discussion of contemporary news issues with Deutsche Bank, spent a week surfing in Newquay, planted bulbs in the local Church garden, and tackled homelessness and other social issues through the Envision charity.
Of course, all this is on top of the usual extra–curricular activities you can expect from a great school: music, sports, chess, language classes (including Mandarin! And when the times comes – and you have enough to write about – our dedicated tutor, based in the Sixth Form Library, will help you craft it into a really impressive personal statement!
We want you to grasp the opportunity that London has to offer and beyond.
All Sixth Form students have one-to-one interviews to support them with their destinations.
I am determined to complete this to the best of my ability as I am compelled to get back to my artistic roots and use my skills within the advertising industry.
My other great passion is English, especially English Literature.
Through our extensive partnerships, we are able to provide guidance from some of the country’s top business-people, as well as a plethora of workshops, projects and taster sessions to develop skills for work that ensures that Mulberry Academy Shoreditch alumni stand out from the crowd.
Students will have the opportunity to develop job specific skills, build a career relevant network and secure valuable work experience throughout the academic year with a particular focus in the ‘What Sets Me Apart’ programme in June/July of Year 12 (compulsory for all students), which allows students to plan for their future.