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Autumn 2020

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Issue 39 - Autumn 2020
In this issue:
  • Founder's Day
  • Prime Minister's award
  • Major donor awarded CBE
  • Online OE entertainment
  • TuneUp Tuesday
  • OEs' latest novels
  • Professor Erik Goldstein virtual lecture

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Ed Talks

Ed Talks

Ben Anderson (2006) talks to KES and KEHS Old Edwardians in a new podcast series. Find out more and listen to Ed Talks.

KES hosts first online Founder's Day ceremony

Andy StreetThe annual Founder's Day ceremony, which celebrates the achievements of pupils, was held online for the first time on Wednesday 14 October. Find out more about the event and watch the highlights video.

PM's award for mental health campaign

Shantanu KunduShantanu Kundu (2018) has received a Points of Light award from the Prime Minister in recognition of his mental health campaign. Read more about Shantanu's award and his Be Free Campaign.

John Osborn awarded CBE

John OsbornJohn Osborn (1962) has been awarded a CBE in the 2020 Queen's Birthday Honours List for his services to Education, the Arts and charity. Find out more about John's recognition and his commitment to supporting boys at KES. 

Online OE entertainment

What a Carve Up!If you're looking for entertainment to pass the time over the next few weeks, several OEs have been creating online content. From podcasts to plays and documentaries, take a look at what is available.

TuneUp Tuesday

TuneUpTuneUp Tuesday is a national celebration of the impact of the arts in the development and mental health of young people in the UK. Find out more about the event and how OEs can get involved

Looking for a new read this winter? 

Open bookIf you're looking to turn the pages of a new book this winter check out the latest releases from Old Edwardians, including a biography, a murder mystery and a coming-of-age story.  

Professor Erik Goldstein virtual lecture

Professor Erik GoldsteinProfessor Erik Goldstein, expert on international relations and the history of diplomacy, provided an incisive analysis on the aftermath of the US Presidential Elections in a live event for current pupils on Wednesday 11 November. Find out more and register to access the free recording.

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