KES Community <span>Issue 6 banner

KES Community Issue 6

Air cadet in high spirits after becoming youngest Qualified Aerospace Instructor

Cadet Corporal Zain Aslam in Fifths has become one of the youngest cadets to complete the Qualified Aerospace Instructors Course. Find out more about Zain’s achievement.


Refs do the Rounds

Author: Theo Edwards

Theo Edwards and his father are cycling between 61 rugby clubs to raise funds for two rugby charities.

A word from Vince House

Dr Ricks provides an introduction to KES Community Issue 6.

Read more


Making the most of your waste! 

Author: RI

Ms Irani provides information on how to start composting at home to reduce waste.


Save the bees!

Author: Advait Kuravi

Advait Kuravi writes about the importance of bees and what the Removes have been doing to help save the bees.


School Captain’s thought of the week

Author: Emil Ali

The School Captain, Emil Ali, writes about the relationship between emotions and action, and what he learnt from the process of creating an assembly on the issue of racism.


A remote Ramadan

Author: Hamza Waheed

Hamza Waheed describes how lockdown has affected the observance of Ramadan and how the school’s Islamic Society has adapted.


The view from the (Remote) Classroom

Author: GJW

Mr Watson writes about the importance of recognising that not everyone is finding lockdown easy.


Societies in focus

Author: Harman Ahluwalia, James Corcoran, Henry Ward and Ram Rajesh

This week we hear from Horticultural Society and Visual Media Society. A full list of societies and how to join in can be found on Firefly.


Service in the household

Author: Ronav Jain

Ronav Jain finds out how KES pupils have been helping at home during lockdown.


Teachers talk lockdown

Author: Tom Roberts

In this issue, Tom Roberts interviews Mr Fair and Ms Sigston to see if they are finding ways to fulfil the CAS ideals during lockdown.


Health and wellbeing

Author: Shirom Aggarwal and Sam Hall

Shirom Aggarwal and Sam Hall discuss the importance of a good diet for mental and physical wellbeing and set the first of four challenges to help keep your brain and body active.


Five movies to watch in lockdown

Author: Charles Hubbard

Charles Hubbard suggest five movies to keep you entertained in lockdown.


Driving to school from September?

Author: Advait Kuravi on behalf of Sustainability Society

Advait Kuravi investigates travel emissions and alternative ways of commuting come September.


Birdwatching Club

Author: Rohan Gibson, UMB

Rohan Gibson provides an update on Birdwatching Club.

Keep up to date with life at KES via Facebook and Twitter.

Website designed and built by Happy Giraffe