Ben Green BHM, MEd
I feel privileged that Scotch Oakburn has given me an opportunity to follow my passions in the outdoor learning and sporting environments, and in helping others through service leadership. I love my work. Every day is different.
I grew up on a farming property on the outskirts of Cressy and was educated in Launceston.
I completed a Bachelor of Human Movement Degree focussing on health and physical education teaching, sports science, sports management and health studies, at the University of Tasmania and later, a Master of Education.
I began at Scotch Oakburn as a Health and Physical Education Teacher in 2001, becoming Head of PE in 2003, then moved to classroom teaching, teaching a Year 6 class and taking on the role of Co-curricular Co-ordinator of the Junior School in 2006. In 2009 I was appointed Deputy Head of Junior School.
Outside of teaching, I played and coached AFL over many years, finishing up at Old Scotch Football Club. My main passion outside of teaching now is my family. I have three beautiful children with my wife Natasha.
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