Mulberry Bush School

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The Mulberry Bush School
Established 1948
Type Non-Maintained Special School
Head Teacher Fiona Dall
CEO John Diamond
Founder Barbara Dockar-Drysdale
Location Abingdon Road
Standlake

Witney
Oxfordshire
OX29 7RW
England
51°43′16″N 1°26′02″W / 51.72104°N 1.434°W / 51.72104; -1.434Coordinates: 51°43′16″N 1°26′02″W / 51.72104°N 1.434°W / 51.72104; -1.434
Local authority Oxfordshire
DfE URN 123330
Gender Coeducational
Ages 5–12
Website www.mulberrybush.org.uk

The Mulberry Bush School is an independent residential special school in the village of Standlake in Oxfordshire, for children aged 5 to 12 years.

The school was founded in 1948 by psychologist Barbara Dockar-Drysdale. It is a registered charity.[1]

The Mulberry Bush School is the subject of a BBC documentary film, Hold Me Tight, Let Me Go, directed by Kim Longinotto.[2]

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