I am delighted to introduce the latest edition of the KES Community newsletter which has been named the ‘Sustainability Issue’. The lockdown period has given many staff and students the opportunity to reflect upon some of the most significant issues we face today. Many have set themselves personal lockdown challenges, learning new skills and setting aspirational goals.
Read the full introduction to this issue written by Dr Ricks.
Author: Nithi Sendhil, Oliver Clarke, Dhiran Sodha, Umar Ashraf and Harshith Yerraguntla
Read our pupils’ thoughts on how KES and the school community could contribute to a sustainable future.
Author: Joshua Bobin, Yusuf Tayyebi and Umar Ashraf
Find out about the impact food waste has on the environment, how we can reduce our food waste and carbon emissions.
Author: Ms Irani
Ms Irani writes about the importance of environmental education and students having an understanding of the world around them.
Author: Tom Roberts
In this issue, Tom Roberts interviews Mr Macdonald and Mrs Gillow to see if they are finding ways to fulfil the CAS ideals during lockdown.