Sir Roger Fry was born in Portsmouth and educated in London before entering the teaching profession. In 1969 founded King’s College, The British School of Madrid. He subsequently founded eight other schools in four countries: The United Kingdom, Spain, Panama and Latvia.
From 1996 to 2011 he was chairman of the Council of British International Schools and is now its President. He served as a Director of the Independent Schools Council for four years. He is a Governor of The Royal Grammar School Worcester, and a member of the Education Advisory Group of the British Council. He holds an Honorary Doctorate from the University of Portsmouth and is an Honorary Fellow of Trinity College Oxford.
In 2012 he was awarded a knighthood for his services to UK Education Internationally.
Sir Roger Chairs the Board of Trustees for the King’s Group Academies.