Pearce Robinson was born in the Republic of Trinidad & Tobago on Thursday 11th January 1990 at Mount Hope Hospital in the Town of St. Joseph to Tessa Henry-Robinson and Mark Robinson. He is the third child of four siblings with two sisters and one brother. Pearce grew up in a modest family home in Valsayn and spent much of his childhood living with his Maternal and Paternal Grandparents in Two Large Family Homes. The presence of aunts, uncles and cousins were all par for the course. A middle class upbringing with strong christian values and a deep conviction to the importance of family. Between the years of 1997-2000, his immediate family would move to Brasil, where he would learn to speak fluent Portuguese and attend Colegio Farroupilha in Sao Paulo, one of the most prestigious private schools in Brasil, ranked in the Top 1%, where he excelled academically and was a member of the School’s Flute Choir. Upon graduation, his family would move to Jaragua do Sul, where he attended the catholic school Colegio Sao Luis, it was at this school he learnt about personal values, importance of faith, the tenets of self reliance and discipline and where he was emerged in basics of food technology and the importance of Brasilian Culture, such as, ‘Festa Junina’ He would later move to the United Kingdom from 2000 to the present day. In the UK, he would attend Athelney Primary School, The Ravensbourne School, where he was top 3 highest achiever, Cambridge Regional College where he graduated with a triple grade distinction and Kent University, where he obtained an Honours in Politics & IR.