Physical Education Coordinator's Welcome

       Mr. Jonny Clements


Head of Whole School Sport Grades 6-12, 

Bahrain School Sports League Chairman, 

ASA Coordinator for Grades 6-12. 

About me:

I was always destined to spend my life in sport. From the age of six, I spent most of my time in the family garden playing football and climbing trees. As a young boy, I was always at the local park playing football, cricket and rugby with my school friends. At fourteen, I found squash, and my love for the game has never stopped! In 2006, I decided to end my professional squash career and train at Birmingham University to be a Physical Education (PE) teacher. Once qualified (with an Ofsted Outstanding PE classification) I taught PE for three years in Birmingham respectively. In 2010, I progressed to my first Head of PE position in the UK. It was in 2014 that I decided to leave the UK and become an international private school Director of Sport. Consequently, I have now been a Director of Sport in three private international schools (Saudi Arabia, Egypt and Germany).

At Present and Into the Future at BBS:

In 2020, I came to Bahrain, and to Bahrain Bayan School (BBS) as the new Head of Whole School Sport K -12, albeit amidst the Covid-19 pandemic! Despite this, I initiated a Virtual PE curriculum which kept all HS students active and educated into the importance of a healthy active lifestyle, irrespective of the conditions we all faced as a society. Since then, I have now led the BBS PE Dept into an new era of PE (without the restrictions) and my main aim is to now channel all of my department’s innate passion and knowledge for PE into:

  • Delivering an all-encompassing PE curriculum that challenges all students to become lifelong physical learners
  • Educate the next generation on how to live a healthy active lifestyle for the future
  • Create successful and competitive school sports teams with a two-pronged focus: 
  • Achieve a high level of success domestically in Bahrain 
  • Represent BBS Bahraini talent internationally through junior sports competitions (such as the Mediterranean Football Cup in Verona, Italy).

So! Stay tuned, and join us on our new BBS sporting journey… As we ‘bring on’ exciting new changes to all sport-related events! 
Finally, if you have any questions or concerns, please contact me using my email below.

Thank you,

Jonny Clements
[email protected]