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Good­bye Year 11

tank200Year 11 have been a phe­nom­e­nal year group through­out their time at KES and they will be sadly missed by teach­ers and younger pupils alike. Headed by Gail Soal, they have been con­sis­tent in their approach to their stud­ies achiev­ing suc­cess aca­d­e­m­i­cally and voca­tion­ally. This is a credit to them fun­da­men­tally and to all the KES staff who have sup­ported them along their jour­ney.
On Tues­day 24th June Year 11 attended their Leavers Prom at Boughton Golf Club. The boys looked smart and the girls beau­ti­ful. The stu­dents enjoyed them­selves immensely, fine din­ing and the girls danc­ing the night away in chal­leng­ing footwear. The feed­back from the venue was glow­ing and it has to be said that the stu­dents were a credit to them­selves and the school.
Then on Thurs­day 26th June, pupils arrived at the school in var­i­ous modes of trans­port rang­ing from a Mil­i­tary Tank to a Lorry. Once again the pupils were dressed smartly and ele­gantly in prepa­ra­tion for their Leavers Assem­bly. It would be the last time the pupils would sit in the hall together as a Year Group.
The pupils enjoyed and appre­ci­ated the efforts made by their tutors who deliv­ered enter­tain­ing pre­sen­ta­tions to them. There were poems, embar­rass­ing pho­tos and ‘most likely to medals’. There were laughs, hugs, thank you’s and tears. But most obvi­ous was the bond between the pupils and their teach­ers and the under­stand­ing that they will always be a part of the KES fam­ily no mat­ter how much time may pass.
So this is def­i­nitely not a good­bye class of 2014 but a see you later!