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Recently Alison Owen of T-Systems went back to Cleeve School to help a Year 11 careers lesson. Alison said “It was so interesting to go back to my former school 22 years after leaving and help with a Year 11 careers lesson. So much has changed but still some of the old buildings left. I would encourage any other former Cleeve School pupils to get involved via Future First”. Future First has deveoped a process for helping schools develop sustainable alumni communities by engaging former students who have lost touch.
T-Systems encourage all their employees to give something back to the community including yesterday, Sunday 24th September when employees of T-Systems took part in the Buttercup karting challenge to celebrate Milton Keyenes 50th birthday. Herdaboutmk.co.uk brought the biggest arts and charity project ever to the city and in order to raise funds for Willen Hospice, MK Community Foundation and MK Dons SET.
Many people were greeted by Magenta the concrete cow.
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