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  • Creative Education Trust CEO to step down

    Published 11/07/24

    Marc Jordan announces retirement after 15 years at the helm of CET.

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  • The power of our voices

    Published 25/06/24

    This year's winners of the Primary Poetry Prize are announced at live London final

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  • Leading Teaching & Learning at Scale

    Published 04/06/24

    As MATs grow, and the levels of accountability for the support they offer rise, more are having to explicitly structure and systematise their school improvement model.

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  • Making music. Together.

    Published 21/05/24

    Continuing to be excellent examples of how collaboration and hard work can pay off, our young musicians performed beautifully at their end of project performance.

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  • What matters most.

    Published 28/03/24

    Our pupils in years 3 and 4 show us what's important to them as part of our first Primary Art Prize.

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  • A group of young students in school uniform stand smiling in front of a handmade model of the coast.

    Full of ideas

    Published 21/03/24

    The future looks bright as we congratulate the finalists and winners of this year's Day of Change.

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  • New year ahead

    Published 04/01/24

    As we leave 2023 behind, we look ahead to some of the great opportunities for pupils and staff coming up at the start of 2024.

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  • Best wishes for the season

    Published 20/12/23

    Happy holidays to all pupils, colleagues, and friends of Creative Education Trust.

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  • Power to the People

    Published 11/12/23

    The final event for our annual cross-Trust Sixth Form Prizes saw impassioned speeches from eight of our exceptional young people, and rewarded two students for their public speaking and essay writing prowess.

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  • Be not afraid of greatness

    Published 30/11/23

    Ten Creative Education Trust schools put their spin on Shakespeare over two day festival.

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  • A new sound

    Published 13/11/23

    We are delighted to present the cross-Trust Choir of 2024!

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  • A group of students in uniform stand with their back to the camera, looking out on an allotment.

    From Plot to Plate

    Published 02/10/23

    Ever thought of setting up a school allotment but unsure of where to start? Julia Mottershead, Teacher of Art and Food Studies at Thistley Hough Academy, shares her key tips for partnership development, community engagement, and the importance of pupils gaining essential life skills.

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