Rob Earl

education & career

Growing up in South East London, I attended Kidbrooke Park Primary School and then Colfe's School, where I attained four A grades at A Level (Economics, Spanish, Mathematics and General Studies). My formal education concluded with a BSc in Economics at UCL, followed by a PGCE in Business & Economics Education at the Institute of Education. My working life began with Economics and Business teaching roles at Coulsdon College and Whitgift School and I made the move into middle management when I joined Tiffin School as Head of Economics and latterly Trinity School as Head of Economics & Business.

The international phase of my career started with a year as Head of Sixth Form and IBDP Coordinator at NLCS Jeju, after which I was promoted to Vice Principal (Academic). I joined the founding Senior Team at NLCS (Singapore) in the same role and have since been appointed Senior Vice Principal, deputising for the Principal as well as taking responsibility for the academic programme and the day-to-day running of the Senior School.


educational philosophy