Anthony, from New Zealand, holds a Diploma in Horticultural Management, a Bachelor of Regional Planning, a M.Phil. degree (Development Studies) and a PGCE.
Anthony holds a diploma of Horticultural Management, a Bachelor of Regional Planning (Hons) and a M.Phil. (Development studies) from Massey University (New Zealand). He obtained his PGCE from Charles Sturt University (Australia). For the past 18 years Anthony has lived and worked in South East Asia, in many different aspects of Education, from teaching to marketing and immigration.
"I joined Regents in 2009 and taught Geography, History and Business Studies. I am now Head of Year 11 and teach both Business Studies and Economics. Prior to Regents, I lived in Vietnam for 12 years where I worked at the British International School of Ho Chi Minh City as Head of Year 7 and taught in the Humanities Department. Within Education I have also worked as a Director of Marketing, as well as a specialist Educational Visa officer for both the Australian and New Zealand Governments for many years. I am a keen rugby fan and enjoy mountain biking. I believe current affairs should be an essential part of any class room and enjoy challenging students to apply their learning to world issues and events."