One of our veteran Vibers is Chris a.k.a. Cramer who is one of the legendary Team Leaders on our Secondary team and an all-round great guy! Chris is originally from Sydney, Australia but these days its rare to see him venture beyond SW6 (Fulham) here in London. Chris arrived in London back in September 2013 and in his time here he has frequented The Slug at least 1,673 times and unfortunately missed seeing his beloved Cronulla Sharks win their first ever NRL Premiership last year back in Sydney. If you need advice on where to go in Fulham, the best choice of food at Maltby Street Markets or who will win the upcoming WWE match, then hit Cramer up on his ever-growing Facebook account.
Tell us about your story with Vibe
I started teaching at a PRU through Vibe when I first moved to London in 2013. I then moved into the Vibe office in May 2014 as part of the Secondary Team where I still am today.
What do you love most about working with Vibe?
The friendships and comradery that Vibe embraces has led to a some of my best moments in life.
What’s the best thing about living in London?
In London there is always something happening and something to do – the markets, sport (Rugby 7’s, Ashes, Football), going out…
What’s your favourite area in London? Why?
Fulham – SW6. It is a great part of London with enough space for a backyard and the awesome nightlife. There are a number of great pubs and brunch spots to spoil your special one!
What’s your favourite pub in London?
You can’t really pass up the Four Thieves in Clapham – being a kid at heart is always a good night out when you can drink and play video games.
Special mention The Slug in Fulham for their endless tunes and £2 Jager bombs!
What’s one of your best travel experiences?
Sziget was one of the best weeks of my life! A 7-day music festival on the island of freedom in the heart of Budapest – what more could you ask for?
Also, a close second is Ios and its endless nights, beach parties and gyros!
What are your top tips for teachers in London?
Always leave the class the way you found it!
What/who are you most inspired by?
Teachers who give Special Needs a crack!
What is your Yearbook Quote/quote that you live by?
‘There is no elevator to success, you’ll have to take the stairs’ – The Rock