Tudor Pack (KES 2007-2014) Has qualified as a First Officer flying with Easy Jet at only 21.
Morgan Johnson (KES 2006-2016) Graduated in 2016 from Cardiff University with a 2:1 in International Business Management. She is now working in Human Resources as a Training and Compliance Manager having successfully obtained a place on the Graduate Training Scheme at Compass Group.
Anke Batty (KES 2000-2007) Has recently written an online article for ‘Which? University’ which gives advice to students wishing to pursue a career in law. Anke went to Oxford University and now has a successful career in clinical negligence law.
Martin Kavanagh (KES 1976-1982) Is now working as Key Relationships Manager for the Church Pastoral Aid Society. His aim is to develop a broad base of new partnerships, capacity and support for the various ministry streams of CPAS work. He is ordained through an overseas denomination and lives in Greater Manchester with his wife, two sons and his daughter.
Kenneth Morrison (KES 1963-1970) Has been awarded the first ‘Lifetime Achievement Award’ at the Guernsey Construction Awards. Ken moved to Guernsey in the late 1970s to take up a role as senior surveyor at WT Partnership and within a couple of years was made a partner and director at the firm. As well as his 36 years with WT Partnership, he has played a role in education for the industy by his lecturing at the College of Further Education and organising CPD events across the sector.
Richard Jeneway (KES 1965-1967) Trained as a chartered surveyor before working for thirty years for various property sales companies including seven years working for Housing Associations in the provision and development of housing for the homeless. Following a car accident he lost his sight and took early retirement and now lives close to Brighton. Since becoming blind he has qualified as a counsellor and works as a peer mentor and volunteer with various organisations in Brighton.
Tony Cole (KES 1954-61) Studied medicine at St Mary’s Hospital London and spent most of his working life abroad (including the US, New Zealand, Oman and Saudi Arabia) teaching GP/ Family Practice medicine. He returned to the UK at the end of the 90s, and until three years ago was a programme director for post-grad GP training in Cambridge. He is now semi-retired but remains busy serving as the Hon. Gen. Secretary of a national and international photographic society (The Leica Society) and spending time with his family.
Brian Veale (KES 1953-1960) Lives in Ontario in Canada and is trying to trace a former KES school friend, Anthony (Tony) J Robertson who attended the School from 1953-1961. If you have contact details for Tony then please do get in touch with the Development Office who will try and put the friends back in touch.
Ralph Wilkins (KES 1937-1940) Revisited the School in January of this year from his home in Albuquerque, New Mexico. Ralph is due to have his book ‘Animal Genetics for Chemists’ published by the Royal Society of Chemistry in March.