Wilson Frimpong – firstname.lastname@example.org
Wilson is currently the joint Network Manager. He has extensive sports experience working in Southwark and is responsible for creating CPD opportunities for teachers, particularly in the primary sector where traditionally they have had little or no training in delivering high-quality PE and sport. He is also the go-to person for any membership questions schools might have.
He is married and is father to two beautiful boys. Dedicated to sport, in his spare time he works at Fulham Football Club as a Talent ID Coordinator. His favourite sport is athletics.
Glyn Davies– email@example.com
Glyn is currently the joint Network Manager and has been a PE teacher for over 20 years. He is the tall one whose main responsibility is special needs provision, support across the borough and dealing with the Network’s finances. He also runs the apprentice programme. He supports West Ham and loves horses, especially when they win! He is proud to be part of the Network and making a real difference to children’s sporting lives across the borough.
Josh Daniels – firstname.lastname@example.org
Josh has been working at the Network since completing an internship in summer 2015. He has experience in the organising and delivery of competitions across Southwark and enjoys working with young people. He enjoys most sports especially football, supporting Tottenham, and boxing. His favourite foods are Caribbean & Japanese and he loves travelling.
George Richards – email@example.com
George has really enjoyed bringing his experiences from voluntary work around the borough to the team. He supports Glyn with the SEND provision across the borough, manages the primary and secondary after-school leagues and competitions. His favourite sport is boxing. He was a boxing amateur champion and became a novice having 7 fights losing only 1. He supports local football team Millwall and his favourite colour is blue.
Joe Howard – firstname.lastname@example.org
Joe is our Assistant School Sports Manager. Having spent the last nine years working in one of our primary schools he brings a vast amount of knowledge from the primary sector.
He works closely with Wilson to help develop the teaching and learning of PE in Southwark. He also works with the NGB’s to help increase sporting opportunities in schools across the borough. Joe is a sports enthusiast himself participating in a variety of sports outside of work. Most weekends you will find him following his favourite football team Manchester United, who he regards as the greatest football team ever, or his favourite NFL team Philadelphia Eagles.
Bella Caria-Hall – email@example.com
I grew up in the heart of South West London becoming a YogaBugs instructor for Nursery & Primary education at 17. I have been working with children my whole life and enjoy inspiring new generations through exercise and nutrition. I continued my studies in the Northern Himalayan Foothills in the state of Uttarakhand, Rishikesh, India. Upon my return I continued teaching through YogaBugs expanding to Secondary Education, and became a key host on SoYoga’s annual Parent/Child residential Luxury Yoga retreats. Along side these I continued my studies in diet and nutrition becoming a full-time nanny too. I love to keep busy! Living a healthy, balanced lifestyle is a key to happiness and sharing that knowledge with as many people as possible is a goal I strive to achieve.
Danny Gray– firstname.lastname@example.org
Danny finished his apprenticeship at the Network after completing 2 years at Bacon’s College Sixth Form studying Sport and Business. He is now our School Sports Activator. He is looking forward to teaching a wide range of skills to many different schools and is eager to learn how to become a great PE teacher and train to teach great lessons to all ages. His favourite sport is Taekwondo and has been training and entering in competitions since the age of 9. He is a big fan of all different martial arts including boxing and loves swimming. He is glad to be a part of the team and is eager to face the challenges ahead.
Sammy Johnson - S.Johnson@baconscollege.co.uk
Sammy is one of the newest members of staff at the Network. Having previously worked at our Saturday Sports Club she has now become our Lead Sports Coach. Sammy has always had a passion for football which has led to her coaching her local grassroots football. Sammy isn’t a lover of spicy food but has broadened her horizons by upgrading to a medium in Nando’s!
Nathaniel Grant – N.Grant@baconscollege.co.uk
Nathaniel has been working in schools across Lambeth, Croydon and Bromley boroughs for the last 6 years and has just recently joined the Network bringing in lots of experience with his football coaching background. His main role is delivering PE & School Sport across Primary schools in the Southwark borough and also supports Josh with the Network events and competitions. He is proud to be a part of the Network and enjoys impacting children’s lives positively giving them a fun, safe and enjoyable PE experience while they also learn new lifelong skills.
He likes to stay active by going to the gym, playing football and loves travelling, his favourite place he has visited is Miami and the place he’d love to go to the most is Hawaii. He is also a Foundation Phase coach at Millwall Football Club’s Academy, and is an all-round sports enthusiast. Unsurprisingly his favourite sport is football.
Vasileios Panos - V.Panos@baconscollege.co.uk
Vas came to the UK in 2012 from Greece and his willingness to develop himself has never stopped. Following his degree in Sports Studies and Business Management at Hertfordshire University he joined the Network as a Sports Coach, delivering PE lessons and after school clubs to our primary schools. He is looking forward to gaining experience and developing key skills that will help him improve his knowledge and ability to deliver high quality sessions. He has a range of different coaching badges such as football, basketball, tennis and leadership. His vast amount of experience in football coaching has been built since he started coaching aged 18 along with playing football at semi-pro level. His favourite sport is football which he started playing from the age of 5 and he is a big fan of Juventus. His goal is to travel as much as he can and discover the world.
Sean O’Donnell - S.Donnell@baconscollege.co.uk
Sean has recently joined the Network as an apprentice after finishing his final years at Forest Hill boys. He has a passion for all sports especially rugby and football which he has been playing all his life. His favourite food is pizza and jerk chicken. He likes to travel; some of his favourite holiday destinations are America and Jamaica but he has always wanted to travel to Dubai.