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Tom Edwards (2011)

In summer 2015, myself and Morgan Hirsch (2011) graduated from Cardiff University with 2:1s, me in BA History & Italian, and Morgan BA French & Italian. (9/8/15)

Jack Hobbs (2011)

I am currently a second year architecture student at the University of Nottingham. Part of my degree this year is a charity design challenge. There are around 35 of us who will design and subsequently go out and build a school in a village called Calais in South Africa. Obviously this is a very exciting and engaging piece of work for me, however as a group we must raise as much money as we can to cover the costs of materials, any extra labor we might need etc. I want to stress also that we pay out of our own pockets to go and all money we raise goes directly to the building of the school. This is a project that has been running successfully for the past few years and this year is the final year of it. So the donated money would be rewarded with a (hopefully) completely finished scheme. Find out more at:  (3/2/14)

Bradley Garmston (2012)

Since leaving King Edwards at the end of the 2010 school year, I left to become a scholarship player at West Bromwich Albion. After a few years of youth team fixtures and impressing in the Reserve team especially at the beginning of the previous football season, my club (WBA) were contacted by Colchester United with the view to take me out on a months loan in order to gain first team experience in the 'League 1 football division'. I made my football league debut for Colchester United on the 16th February 2013 in a defeat away to Sheffield United in front of 17,000 people. I was also voted man of the match by the Colchester fans. After impressing at Colchester as one of their top players including two man of the match performances during the initial months loan, Colchester United approached West Bromwich Albion with a view to extending my loan deal until the end of the 2012/2013 season. In total I played 13 times for Colchester United helping them avoid being relegated from 'League 1'. After a successful loan spell, West Bromwich Albion rewarded my efforts with a new one year professional contract with the club last week. Following this, the club presented me with the number 33 first team squad number for the upcoming season. I am striving for another successful season, continuing to work hard just to get a step closer to my dream of playing at the top level in the English Premiership division. (31/7/13)

Rob Wigley (2012)

I left the school in 2012 and have recently graduated from Cardiff University. I have just returned from a month of travelling in South East Asia with university housemates. Upon my return I found out that I have been accepted into BRNC Dartmouth, the royal naval college as an officer to become a pilot beginning in September 2015. This has been a long term ambition of mine to join the armed forces which was fuelled by my time serving in the CCF at KES. (14/8/15)

Kieran Nandhra (2015)

I am currently undertaking research for my university (Barts and the London School of Medicine and Dentistry) regarding tooth morphology. In addition, I was voted in by my peers to be the first year Representative, although I am running for Vice President of the Dental Society for next year. Finally, I have joined the hockey team and, although it is not a strong as the KES team, it is still very enjoyable. (5/2/16)

I was recently elected as Vice President of Dental Society and Faculty representative of Barts and The London School of Medicine and Dentistry. (19/6/16)

Jack Walton (2015)

I have recently returned to the UK after five months spent working at a scuba diving centre in Phuket, on the west coast of Thailand. While I was there, I took my course to become a PADI Open Water Instructor and passed my Instructor Examination in December. (5/2/16)