Ryan Robinson


Ryan Robinson


I graduated in 2008 and immediately gained employment at Montgomery High School, where I worked as part of a cover supervisor team until January 2011.

In 2011, I took time out to travel in Asia and Australia and returned to complete my teacher training in 2012, gaining subsequent employment at Highfield Humanities College in 2013. I also held a temporary teaching post during this time at Eton College, delivering on their International Summer School Programme.

In 2014 I joined Blackpool Football Club where I was employed as Head of Education and Welfare within the club’s academy, and also as an Education Officer for the club’s Community Trust delivering on their BTEC programmes.

I joined B&FC as a lecturer in July 2015.

I am passionate about all aspects of health, but have particular enthusiasm for the anatomical sciences, human physiology, physiological disorders and infectious diseases.

Expert In...

Human anatomy and physiology

Qualifications and Accolades

BA (Hons) Sports Studies and Development

Industry Background

I have been lucky in that I have had a relatively broad experience of working with young people in educational settings so far in my career. I have worked in two local high schools, a world renowned private school, an educational setting within a football club and now in a large and successful college.

I also have experience of working as part of a multi-disciplinary team at a professional football club academy, where I worked closely with club doctors, physiotherapists, psychologists, coaches and academy players’ schools to maximise their educational progress alongside their football.

Professional Activities

I am currently completing a Postgraduate Certificate in Anatomical Sciences at Edinburgh University. Upon completion, I plan on continuing with my postgraduate study up to full Masters level.

I have fully maintained my CPD record throughout my time at the college and have maintained subject currency by spending five days per academic year back in industry. I have particularly improved in my digital literacy which I have found to be essential in today’s climate.

Why B&FC?

I completed all of my further and higher education at B&FC, which I thoroughly enjoyed.

I made some great memories and my experiences have allowed me to pursue a career I have always wanted.

I am now very proud to work at B&FC with such amazing and dedicated staff across the college.

I continue to be amazed by the students I teach each year and it is great to see the progress they make in their time with us and the success they go on to achieve.


"The good thing about science is that it’s true whether or not you believe in it."
Neil deGrasse Tyson