BBC Radio Sussex Rugby World Cup interview with our Headmaster John Green

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johngreenLRAhead of the England v Wales crunch match in the Rugby World Cup 2015, Seaford’s Headmaster, John Green was interviewed by Danny Pike on BBC Radio Sussex & Surrey following the success of our ‘two teams’ video
of Seaford’s choir and 1stXV rugby team singing ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’.

John Green played rugby for England U16s, U19s and U23s and captained England students for three years. He played professionally for the Saracens from 1992 – 1997 in the back row alongside the likes of England’s Richard Hill, arguably one of the finest back row players for England of all time. John Green coaches the rugby teams at Seaford College and is often seen in his suit and wellies being tackled by one of the players!

Ed Bowden who coaches the 1st XV alongside Antony Cook also features in the recording. Ed played professionally in Italy before joining Seaford in 2012. Ed also coaches for Harlequins academy and currently plays National League Rugby at Chichester RFC.

Sara Reynolds, Head of Voice and Choirs at Seaford and Head of Voice and Choirs at the Junior Royal Academy of Music in London conducted both teams.

Seaford College Choir and the 1st XV singing ‘Swing Low Sweet Chariot’ to support England in the Rugby World Cup 2015.

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