Expressive Arts Alumni

Joe Gomez

Joe has made rapid progress from youth scholar at Charlton through to their first team before a transfer to Liverpool two years ago. Joe has been an ever present this season in Jurgen Klopps’ side and has performed in both the Premier League and Champions League.

Recently we saw Joe make his first England senior appearance after representing England at u16,u17, u19 and u21 winning the European Championship and being named in the UEFA team of the tournament on the way.

Everyone at the school is extremely proud of Joe’s achievements and we hope he can make the plane to Russia and be included in the World Cup squad.

Regan Charles-Cook

Following a move from Arsenal in 2013, Charles-Cook made his professional debut for Charlton Athletic on 11 August 2015, playing 90 minutes at right back in a 4–1 League Cup victory over Dagenham and Redbridge.

Dexter Hercules

Dexter came to us in year 7 and was already creating some magic at the drum kit. He studied with Mr. Coggle here and continued with his insatiable practice and performance habit taking every opportunity to set of one or many drum kits and play. He left FHS to continued studies at the BRIT school before he headed out into the professional session world.

Dexter has a strong CV behind him already; he’s played for Pixie Lott, Eliza Doolittle, Rita Ora and is now holding the drum throne for Emeli Sandé having just completed a world-wide stadium tour.

King Krule

Archy Ivan Marshall (born 24 August 1994), also known by his stage name King Krule, is an English singer, rapper, songwriter, record producer and musician.

He began recording music in 2010 under the moniker Zoo Kid. The following year he adopted his present name. He has released several EPs, and his debut full-length album, 6 Feet Beneath the Moon, was released in 2013 to positive critical reception. He released his second album, The OOZ, on 13 October 2017