Director of Sport, Whole College
- Bachelor of Science in Physical Education & Environmental Studies with Qualified Teacher Status, West London Institute for Sport, University College Brunel, London
Kevin was already part of the Dulwich family when he joined Dulwich College (Singapore) in August 2014, having held the posts of Head of Cricket and Teacher of Games at Dulwich College London.Kevin started teaching in 1994 as Head of Physical Education in a co-ed state school in Suffolk. In 2005, Kevin moved to the independent sector to become Head of Rugby and Cricket and Housemaster of the senior boys' boarding house at King's Ely in Cambridgeshire, whilst here he was also coaching the Eastern Counties U16 Group and leading the EPDC for the East region. The opportunity to move to London in 2011 to work with former Ashes winner Bill Athey and become Head of Cricket at Dulwich College London was too good to miss.
During Kevin's time at Dulwich College London he managed all 44 cricket teams, was head coach of the U14 rugby squads and was the lead coach for the 3rd XI & U13 football teams. As a sportsman, Kevin captained his County in 4 different sports: cricket, football, rugby and athletics. Norwich City Football Club released Kevin at 17, where he went on to Borough Road PE College. Kevin played semi-professional sport for the first ten years of his teaching career; cricket for Suffolk and the MCC alongside representing the Eastern Counties rugby team as a fullback. Kevin enjoys playing cricket for the MCC and golf when-ever possible, but he derives most pleasure from nurturing and inspiring the next generation to get involved in sport.
Kevin came to Singapore with his wife Heather, and three daughters.