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Mr Lucas Suter, Teacher of PE & Mathematics

Mr Suter joins us in September 2020 as a Newly Qualified Teacher. He was born and grew up on the Island, and is now very excited to be teaching at The Island Free School. After completing his three year degree in Sport & Exercise Science, Mr Suter was keen to come back home and teach on the Island.

Throughout his childhood, sport has always played a big part in Mr Suter’s life. He enjoys all sports and just generally being outside. He enjoys basketball, football and anything in the water! Nutrition is also an interest of Mr Suter’s, and was the focus of his University Undergraduate Dissertation.


Mr Suter completed his education at Sandown High School and Sandown Bay Academy Sixth form, gaining a Distinction* in Sport & Exercise Science and an A Level in Graphic Design. He then completed his degree at the University of Winchester in Sport & Exercise Science. Mr Suter then went on to earn his PGCE in Secondary Physical Education at the University of Chichester.

Mr Suter’s goals…

My goal is to promote pupils’ well-being through sport and allow pupils to understand both the physical and mental benefits of Physical Education. I’d also like to spend more time surfing!
Mr Suter

Mr Lucas Suter

Teacher of PE & Mathematics



BTEC in Sports & Exercise Science and A Level in Graphic Design – Sandown Bay Academy

Undergraduate degree in Sports & Exercise Science – University of Winchester

PGCE in Secondary Physical Education – University of Chichester.

Pupil progress

A progress measure is a measure of improvement in learning and therefore is a good measure of the impact an individual teacher has had on a pupil or class. Pupils are expected to make a minimum of 3 points’ progress in each subject each year. As part of teacher appraisals we will report on the average progress made by classes taught by each of our teachers. A progress measure of +4 or higher shows good progress and a measure of +6 or higher shows outstanding progress.

Mr Lucas Suter – Teacher of PE & Mathematics

Average Progress
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Contact info

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