Dear KES Family,
Perhaps the hardest part of Remembrance Day for our students is not the parade itself, or remembering our RSM’s instructions, or playing a musical instrument while walking. The most difficult thing for our students is standing still. Paying respectful attention is important for all of us. It is a skill that must be learned. I was pleased and proud of our students, especially the four who stood vigil at the cenotaph. Liam Hogan, Connor Redden, Cameron Tobin, and Henry Lockyer stood on silent watch under the eyes of several thousand people for over an hour on Tuesday. Truly remarkable.