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Summer 2021

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Issue 42 - Summer 2021
In this issue:
  • IB Diploma results
  • Football fundraiser
  • OE promoted to pit wall
  • Cricket Australia's CEO
  • Telephone Campaign
  • Ed Talks

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Night at the theatre!

Sam Newton

Actor Sam Newton (2010) will be taking to the stage in a new play Big Big Sky at the Hampstead Theatre from July 30 - Sep 11.
Find out more and
grab tickets

Outstanding IB Diploma results

IB resultsThe class of 2021 are celebrating after achieving outstanding results in the IB Diploma. The average point score was 40.3, and 77% achieved 7/6 in all three HL subjects. Read out more about their results.

Football event raises £4,700 for KES food bank

Football eventPupils have raised over £4,700 for the KES food bank by playing the longest ever continuous indoor football match (36.5 hours). Support their efforts and find out more about this fantastic achievement

OE promoted to Ferrari's strategy team

Ravin JainRavin Jain (2012), who has been with the Ferrari team since 2016, has been promoted onto their strategy team and will take a seat on the Formula 1 pit wall. Read more about Ravin's new role

Nick Hockley appointed CEO of Cricket Australia

Nick HockleyNick Hockley (1993) has been appointed as the CEO of Cricket Australia after nearly 11 months in the role on an interim basis. Find out more about his appointment

Telephone Campaign underway

Student callersAs part of our annual Telephone Campaign, students have enjoyed catching up with OEs over the last few weeks. Huge thanks for all donations, we're very grateful for your support. Find out more about how to donate to Assisted Places

Looking for a new podcast to enjoy? 

Ed TalksIn our Ed Talks podcast series, Ben Anderson (2006) talks to OEs from KES and KEHS who have gone on to have successful careers in a range of fields, including Robert Whalley (1965), Lee Child (1973), Richard Wolffe (1987), Natalie Haynes (KEHS 1993) and Elliot (2006) and Zander (2009) Weaver. 

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