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Ryan Robinson


Ryan Robinson


Ryan graduated in 2008 and shortly after gained employment at Montgomery High School, where he worked as part of a cover supervisor team.

In 2010, he took time out to travel and on his return he undertook a teacher training course, which he completed in 2012. This led to him gaining a teaching role at Highfield Humanities College and subsequently being appointed Head of Education and Welfare at Blackpool Football Club.

Ryan joined B&FC as a lecturer in July 2015. He is passionate about nutrition, health, disease, disorders and the workings of the human body.

Expert In...

• health
• human anatomy and physiology

Courses I Teach

Qualifications and Accolades

• PGCE in Post Compulsory Education
• BA (Hons) Sports Studies and Development

Industry Background

I have worked in a variety of educational environments and I have also been lucky enough to gain experience of working with overseas students while teaching at Eton’s Chinese Summer School in 2012.

I also have experience of working as part of a multi-disciplinary team at a professional football club, where I worked closely with club doctors, physiotherapists, psychologists and other educational staff.

Professional Activities

In the past year, I have successfully completed numerous in-house training courses as part of B&FC’s programme of continuous professional development.

Why B&FC?

I completed all of my further and higher education at Blackpool and The Fylde College, which I thoroughly enjoyed. I made some great memories and the experience has allowed me to pursue the career I have always wanted. I am now very proud to work with such fantastic staff and be part of a team that provides young people with excellent opportunities.


“Everybody is a genius. But if you judge a fish by its ability to climb a tree, it will live its whole life believing that it is stupid.”
- Albert Einstein