Keith has been teaching Physical Education at King Alfred School since 1985 and has been running the Highland Games Club since 1986. Keith’s caring and endearing personality is reflected in the atmosphere of the Highland Games Club.
His creative ideas make him an inspirational figure to all the children. His passion to teach and give children confidence to learn new skills is what makes the Highland Games such a special place.
QUALIFIED PAEDIATRIC FIRST AID
KING ALFRED TEACHER FOR 33 YEARS
Scott brings a positive, enthusiastic and energetic approach to his coaching. He brings a wealth of knowledge and experience to HG gained from playing football and a number of other sports to a high standard like, tennis, badminton, table tennis, and basketball.
As a youth football player he had stints at Arsenal, Watford and Sheffield Utd. His adult career was spent playing and coaching at a number of Semi Professional clubs. He likes to coach in a similar way to how he played encouraging creative attacking football from the defence to attack.
Scott’s lively and caring personality enables him to build rapport with children and adults alike very quickly. You can visibly see children growing in confidence when he is around them.
Scott also brings 16 years of business experience in Sales & Marketing having been a Sales Manager for a Digital Media Sales Company for 9 years helping to drive HG forward with lots of online and social media activity, creative ideas and marketing strategies.
“Behind every fearless player is a fearless coach who refused to let them be anything but the best they can be”
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FIRST AID IN PAEDIATRICS
Rhys has been at Highland Games since the tender age of 14, and has been a big part of the team ever since. His seven years at Highland Games has seen him progress to a full time roll. For the last four years Rhys has a become a face that everybody knows, and trusts and will continue to be for what we hope are many years to come!
His young and energetic personality can be seen in the sessions that he takes and he provides his own personal touch to all that he does. His ability to get his coaching points across to children of any age from 4 to 12 years old showcases his understanding behind the complex challenges that face us with this age range. No two children are the same and Rhys recognises this.
Highly organised, Rhys is a massive reason why the business runs so smoothly. He continues to be an integral part of the Highland Games team.