Cameron Setter


Plymouth Albion scrum half, Cameron Setter, will be joining the teaching team at specialist sports academy, Plymouth Studio School, this September as a maths teacher.

Cameron, who has been playing professionally with Albion for the last four years, studied for his degree in Sport and Physical Education at UWIC (Cardiff Met) and recently completed his teacher training with Marjon and Stoke Damerel Community College. He is former captain of the Devon Seniors (U20s and U18s) and played for the South West’s U20s and UWIC.

Cameron joins a team of sporting and teaching professionals led by Principal, Mark Cahill, a former professional with Plymouth Raiders.  The team also includes former Commonwealth sprinter, Kat Endacott-Foster, former squash professional, Steve Mooney who was voted Herald Sports Teacher of the Year, Devonport Services RFC coach, Steve Petrie, and Head of Sports Performance, sports psychologist, Jon Rhodes, who has worked with the GB Olympic fencing teams and is currently providing specialist support to Argyle players.

Headmaster, Mark Cahill comments, “It’s fantastic to add another teacher with a professional sporting background to the Plymouth Studio School team. Our whole philosophy is about helping students to succeed in the classroom and in their sporting achievements, so it’s great to have teachers who provide excellent role models in both.”

Top young athletes already attending the specialist school, which is based on site at Marjon, include top ranking GB Modern Pentathlon, Kay Bryson, diver Matt Dixon, Taekwondo British and World champions, Tate Budge and Rhys Roffey, GB womens’ rugby player, Lizzie Cole and swimmer, Harry Noble, who has recently claimed the UK record winning time for 50m backstroke.

Year 10 and Year 12 places for September 2017 are still available.  Email to book a tour or sign up for the Year 12 Taster Day on July 7th at