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Year 7 & 8 Teaching Staff
Assistant Principal Middle School (Years 7 & 8)
BSc (Hons); MEd;PostGradCert Ed; MA Ed
Phone: 04 380 7582
Seamus Flood is Assistant Principal of Middle School since early 2014. He has special responsibilities at Years 7 and 8 and teaches Mathematics, Sports and Science. Prior to joining Scots College Seamus was Head of Boarding and PE at a preparatory school in England for 5 years. Previous to this he was Year 10 Dean at St Patrick’s College, Kilbirnie.
His experience in sport and pastoral care see him as the chairman of the College Basketball club and in an important role for the transitioning of students into the Middle School.
Seamus is Irish and is a keen sportsman who played rugby, basketball, gaelic football and competed in the 400m hurdles. He now enjoys more recreational pursuits and is aiming to complete his first triathlon. He is married to Michelle, who is also a teacher and they have 3 young children Seamus Óg, Isabella and Sophie.
Seamus strongly believes in the College mantra that learning is for life and that all students should be confident to face any challenges both inside and outside of college as the All-Round Man. He has been teaching for 15 years.
Classroom teacher Year 8
Teacher of Physical Education
B Ed (Massey University) Post Grad. Dip Education (Auckland University), Dip. Tchg
Phone: 04 388 0850 ext 527
Tena koutou e nga hoa, e nga matua o nga tauira o te Kareti o Kotarani.
Kevin joined Scots College in Term 3 2011 where he began teaching Year 8 English and Year 7-9 Physical Education. Kevin currently teaches English and Physical Education from 7 to Year 12 and is involved in the introduction of the three school model.
Prior to Scots, Kevin was a team leader at The Correspondence School where he led the Year 6 to 10 area. Kevin has taught for over 30 years and has taught English, Phys. Ed, Japanese, Geography and Te Reo Maori in the secondary area at various high schools including Whangarei Girls’, Kamo High School and Pukekohe High School.
Kevin is passionate about education and believes that at the Middle School level boys should develop good routines to their work and behaviour but most importantly to embrace a positive relationship with their peers and staff. He believes these values will set them in good stead to tackle the many challenges that they face in their Senior School years.
Kevin’s interests are coaching rugby, cricket and football together with developing the Kapa Haka group into becoming a more focal part of the College. Outside of school Kevin enjoys spending time with his whanau, gathering kaimoana and enjoying our beautiful country.
“Hea i reira he kaha i reira he utu- where there is effort there is reward”
Director of Prep PE and Sports
Teacher of PE and Health Middle School
Diploma of Teaching
Advanced Trade Cert Telecommunications
Phone: 04 388 0850 ext 853
Alistair began teaching at Scots College in 1996 as a Year 7 teacher. As well as classroom teaching, he coached sport and established and ran EOTC programmes from Years 4-11. At the end of 2002 Alistair moved to the UK where he taught PE and coached Rugby and swimming.
Returning to New Zealand, Alistair worked as Director of PE at St Marks Church School and Medbury School before returning to Scots College. Currently Alistair is the Year 1-6 Director of PE and Sports and teaches PE in the Prep and Middle Schools. He enjoys coaching teams from Year 4 to 13 in a range of different sports.
Alistair is the Year 8 Glasgow tutor and enjoys helping develop the house spirit and being involved in all aspects of College life.
Alistair was born and raised in Central Otago and enjoys going home whenever he can. He loves getting into the mountains – skiing, tramping, hunting and fishing and catching up with friends. Alistair is married to Mary.