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Health and wellbeing are at the heart of everything we do at KES. They are fundamental to success and happiness.

One of the greatest challenges for many of us who are living in lockdown is staying healthy while our movement is restricted and daily routine altered. To help pupils overcome this they have been directed to a host of different resources on our Physical Education Firefly pages and each pupil has been asked to ensure they are maintaining regular physical activity, even if that is from their home. Additionally, boys are facing several other challenges. These include: feeling socially isolated, staying positive and ensuring adequate sleep.

Boys will find information, guidance and ideas on how to improve their health and wellbeing during this time by visiting the health and wellbeing page on Firefly. There is also a section dedicated to providing support networks should the boys require it. 

Each week we will have a new theme to help guide the boys to a fuller understanding of their own health and wellbeing. This week the theme is: exercise.

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