Robert has had a distinguished career as an educator and musician. He has taught in several well-respected and established prestigious schools. He is an advocate for listening, pastoral care and restorative practises, and is he currently undertaking educational research in the area of student voice and curriculum design. He is an avid sportsman and is a qualified as ski instructor, ski patroller, surf lifesaver, and international rugby official. He enjoys golf, photography, alpine skiing and travelling. He looks forward to exploring Jeju and the rest of Korea on his motorbike with his wife, and he has an immense love for his family. He is currently enjoying learning Korean and the culture of his newly adopted land. At BHA he treats everyone with respect as if they were part of his extended family.
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