Learning to live, living to learn
For referrals email Angus Burnett or call 01865 300202

Welcome to the Mulberry Bush Organisation

The Mulberry Bush is a not-for-profit charity consisting of The Mulberry Bush
School, a non-maintained residential special school with a three-year programme
which runs for 38-weeks a year, working with vulnerable and severely traumatised
primary aged children and their families from across England and Wales, MBOX
Teaching School our outreach and training department and The National Centre
for Therapeutic Residential and Foster Care.




Please contact Angus if you need to discuss or arrange a referral for our 38-weeks a year, three year programme.

01865 300202 ext 228



Transforming Troubled Lives Together


Providing hope and positive outcomes for troubled children who are looking for a way to learn and live again.

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By improving the life chances and social inclusion of traumatised children and young people, we create a long-term benefit to society by reducing their anti-social behaviour and its impact on families, schools and communities.

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Behaviour Support for Schools and Professionals MBOX (Mulberry Bush OXfordshire) helping those who help others. National Specialist Outreach for Social Emotional and Mental Health Difficulties. (SEMHD)

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Transforming Troubled Lives Together – The National Centre for Therapeutic Residential and Foster Care. Promoting Therapeutic Child Care, Social Pedagogy and Trauma Informed Practice.

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Latest News

Could you help Celina to help us?

On Friday 26th August, local Standlake resident, Celina Viner, will depart from the Thames Barrier and run continuously along the Thames footpath until she reaches her destination – the Swan Hotel at Streately, Berkshire, 100 miles upstream.   She will be participating in the T100 event which sees 100 runners covering 100 miles.  Having already more »

Marvellous marathon runner!

We thank Chris Cleland, one of our marvellous marathon runners who also ran in the ULTRA MARATHON recently raising a further £650.

The Rahul Moodgal Prize for Therapeutic Child Care 2016

Last year we launched the Rahul Moodgal Prize for Therapeutic Child Care, which is awarded each year to one Foundation Degree student to celebrate their overall contribution to Therapeutic Child Care through the Foundation Degree course, with particular focus on their end of course project. We are delighted to announce that the winner of this year’s award is Hannah more »

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