Rhubarb 2020

ST EDWARD’S r h u b a r b

Bob Brock B, 1965-1969

Michael Hodson E, 1959-1963

Post SES, history at North London Poly, then PGCE at Swansea, but teaching not for him, so tried Civil Service. 1978 wangled job as runner for The Moving Picture Co, promoted company Locations Manager; high pressure, steep learning curve. Followed

After SES, attempted solicitor; Yorkshire league cricket, expeditions to North Africa; outdoor instructor; St Luke PE College; teacher, solicitor, then criminal Bar 1977 to date; trainer ‘Challenge of Change’ (stress management) and NLP; special


girlfriend to San Francisco, urban climb up the Golden Gate. After marrying became freelance camera man; exciting, fulfilling time; worked with Bowie and De Niro, on Hornblower ; filmed at ’84 Olympics (when Decker tripped over Budd); underwater on the Great Barrier Reef; income unreliable, no home life so became a chiropractor 2011 to date.

interests, victims of crime, CBT and NVC; mentor for Law-care; stints for De Paul Trust emergency night shelter; treks along the Pyrenees, Lesotho-Drakensbergs, Nepal, Bhutan (foot), Gobi (camel), Armenia, Mongolia, Montenegro, Rajasthan, Cairngorms (horse). Hopefully Zyrygzstan 2021 (horse, foot).

Jeremy Fardoe D, 1964-1969

Peter Jones F, 1964-1968

Christened in Canterbury Cathedral by Hewlett Johnson, the “Red Dean!” Active member of the Young Playhouse Association, Oxford meeting many famous actors of the day. Became senior chemist in industry, ceramics. Enjoyed chess; keeping fit, (10-15 miles every Sunday for many

Medicine at St Mary’s, Captain post grad XV; Baritone. Junior hospital posts including Groote Schuur hospital, Cape Town; then anaesthetics; 1981-83, magical years as Senior Medical Officer, Solomon Islands, in Gizo, Western Province at the

District Hospital, toured the rural clinics by dugout or small trading ships, checking sanitary conditions at prison and logging camps. 1983-2007 General Practice; Deputy Medical Director, Powys Healthcare Trust. Retired, 2007; 2008-15 Trustee of the Institute of Rural Health (closed). Singing with Côr Meibion Penybontfawr and others including the British and Irish Lions choir, Australia in 2013. Works gun dogs.

years), advanced aerobics, circuit training, weights, squash, cricket, (resting pulse, thirty-eight). Keen fisherman from land and sea (the odd trophy); good marks for sea bass on Gower; carp fishing when working in Pennsylvania in the company of beaver, osprey and eagles. Retired to Spain with present wife. Believer in ‘life is for living.’

Richard Greenway E, 1964-1968

Keith Page D, 1963-1968 Teacher training in PE at St Luke’s College, Exeter; Eric Sparrow Memorial Prize for Physical Education 1971. Taught PE, science and especially PSHE, (Politics, Careers, Self Awareness, Public Speaking, Debate, Experiences, Goals, Mental

First job Field Study tutor; teaching A level, Malvern Girls’ College; 1980 to 2012 , Aiglon College International school, Swiss Alps. Beyond teaching: X/C skiing, identifying alpine flora, many month-long Round Square International Service

Projects, (20 students and 3 or 4 staff) in Kenya, Guatemala, Honduras, India, Hungary and also with Fogquest, the Canadian charity, subsidising water projects in developing countries. At Aiglon, set up a recycling group and ran its Summer School for 5 years; volunteer fireman,11 years; retired; with wife now a Swiss national because of Brexit.

Health and Relationships) for rounded education; Outdoor Education, Duke of Edinburgh, Camps for Years 7-10, Venture Group; working with boys at high risk of exclusion, and with under-achieving students; national honours Tchoukball World Championships Taiwan 1988; National Coach and Organiser World Championships 1990; MBE 2014 for services to education and D of E. Colour Sergeant Royal Marine Reserve 1981 – 1994.

Geoff Hand G, 1958-1964

Jeremy Watson C, 1965-1969

Career-hopped, (fisheries protection, outdoor instructor, trainee accountant, army officer). 1973-2004 litigation solicitor “righting wrongs”; recruitment partner nurturing talent; charity work. Hill-walking morphed into sailing 10,000 sea miles

Wasted time at SES but rowing, the Morocco expedition, ‘Arduous Training’ and midnight beer brewing saved the day. Finnis Prize for Enterprise, RAF Flying Scholarship another with BOAC/BEA; tried pilotting, milking cows in NZ, then politics at

before 2004/05 Global challenge round-the-world race as bowman. Life coach until financial crash; CEO industrial property company. 2007-2018 Trustee homeless charity; 2010 to 2015 volunteer tutor at Kids Company; mentor of social enterprise start-ups; 2015 to date, consultant in charity governance; volunteer homeless charity, trustee birth injuries charity.

Victoria Uni, NZ. Studied architecture in Western Australia; MBA at Deakin; then specialising in overseas aid, including Aboriginal development and major infrastructure planning; 25 years government advisor in Timor Lesté, Solomon Islands, Papua New Guinea, and Afghanistan improving governance and planning infrastructure (‘building capacity’ to deliver a government’s mandated services). Divemaster, technical diver, hyperbaric chamber operator; explorer.


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