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  • Connected 23

    Published 07/06/21

    The latest issue of Connected is out now!

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  • Learning the Law

    Published 03/03/21

    A dozen Milton Keynes sixth formers have enjoyed a privileged opportunity to ask experienced barristers about their life in the law.

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  • Connected 21

    Published 08/02/21

    The first Connected issue of 2021 is here!

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  • Where You From?

    Published 01/12/20

    Creative Education Trust's Public Speaking and Essay Prizes 2020.

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  • Connected 22

    Published 25/03/21

    The latest issue of Connected is out now.

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  • Where You From?

    Published 17/02/21

    Inspirational Iris leads the way for Bulwell.

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  • Staying Connected

    Published 08/12/20

    Issue 20 of Connected, the magazine of Creative Education Trust schools, is out now!

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  • The New Normal

    Published 11/11/20

    Issue no. 19 of Connected magazine features lively contributions from the network.

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  • Mastering the monologue

    Published 30/09/20

    This year, the fourth Creative Education Trust Creative Writing Competition took place virtually with year 8 competition finalists and English teachers joining children’s author and television screenwriter, Harry Oulton, in an online workshop.

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  • Still Connected

    Published 11/09/20

    During the national lockdown we moved our printed cross-Trust magazine online, publishing fortnightly news stories and articles in Still Connected

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  • Examinations Results 2020

    Published 28/08/20

    After an unprecedented year in which schools were closed and public examinations did not take place, Creative Education Trust congratulates every year 11 and year 13 pupil for their tenacity in completing the necessary requirements of their courses of study. A sample of the outstanding results include:

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  • Reopening our schools in September

    Published 21/08/20

    The Department for Education has published its guidelines for the full opening of schools in September, built on the critical need to reduce the number of contacts between children and staff. This is to be achieved both by keeping groups consistent (the same individuals always together) and by keeping individuals within those groups a safe distance apart.

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