Head of Dickens House and Teacher of Science
Having graduated from The University of Exeter with a BSc in Sport and Exercise Sciences, Tony then spent time working as a teaching assistant in Cornwall, before then playing Rugby in New Zealand at a semi-professional level. Following this Tony spent his time prior to the first national lockdown as a Community Rugby Coach for Harlequins. Despite his background in sport, he has always had a passion for science, and due to this he wanted to support more students in developing the love for the subject that he had. Therefore, he decided to embark on a PGCE at Kingston University.
“I am incredibly excited to teach at FBS, and for the opportunity to support in creating not only future scientists, but all round good citizens in the process by implementing the school’s three pillars of faith, boys and enterprise. I believe that it is of the utmost importance that teachers have strong working relationships with their students, and that the best way to do this is by ensuring that students leave each lesson with a smile on their face. Due to this, I look very much forward to getting into the lab and making science as enjoyable as I can for the boys.”