Two pupils in the Fifths have been organising a 2.6 Challenge for King Edward’s School to raise funds for NHS Charities Together. The 2.6 Challenge is a nationwide fundraiser, centred around the distance of a marathon following the cancellation of the London Marathon.
So far, pupils have raised over £4,000 through their combined efforts. Find out more about the 2.6 Challenge in this interview with Aran Bansal and Advait Kuravi conducted by Enoch Cheung in Sixths.
Author: Elijah Amiss
Our teacher of Physics, Dr Kulkarni, has been making scrub bags to be distributed to local hospitals. In this article, Elijah Amiss finds out more about Dr Kulkarni’s voluntary work as part of ‘For The Love of Scrubs’.
Dr Ricks provides an introduction to KES Community Issue 2 and observations from lockdown in Vince House.
Author: Shiv Mandal
Our Schools’ Challenge team are through to the National Final of the competition. Shiv Mandal writes about the team’s progression in the competition and how KES has helped design the system to ensure the competition can be completed despite lockdown.
Author: Tom Roberts
In this issue, Tom Roberts in 4B interviews Ms Ferguson and Ms Irani to see if they are finding ways to fulfil the CAS (Creativity, Activity and Service) ideals during lockdown.
Author: Owen Swanborough RMT
Owen Swanborough in Removes tells us more about the Sebazuru challenge that the Removes are participating in to raise funds for Age Concern.
Old Edwardian Matthew Smith (2018) describes why he has decided to cover the distance from Land’s End to John O’Groats, on foot, in his garden.