Latest KEHS Release Edition focuses on the Black Lives Matter movement

Latest KEHS Release Edition focuses on the Black Lives Matter movement
Current Upper Fifth student Priya has been working hard editing the latest edition of KEHS Release, the student led digital newspaper.

Current Upper Fifth student Priya has been working hard editing the latest edition of KEHS Release, the student led digital newspaper. This edition focuses on the Black Lives Matter movement and includes information on how to help the BLM movement, fighting for education on racism, an insight into the Birmingham protest and racism in Art. Well done Priya and all the students that have contributed and put a considerable amount of time and effort behind this edition. We are proud that our students have the confidence and articulacy to present their views in such a reflective manner, working together as team for one common goal. The School also had its very first positive Action Group meeting consisting of staff and students, who are working towards doing more and making a difference.

 

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