Jacqueline started her teaching career in 1989. Her first post was in a large primary school in the London Borough of Havering. She began her international teaching career in 1993 in the south of Hungary teaching English in Hungarian primary and secondary schools before moving to Budapest to work as an English teacher and teacher trainer. She joined BISB in 2002 where she provides EAL support to students in KS3 and KS4.
Jacqueline joined BISB the same year the school became part of NAE and over the years has taken on a number of roles both in Primary and Secondary; class teacher, class tutor, EAL specialist and leading the EAL department.
Jacqueline believes every student is individual and unique, bringing with them a range of experiences and talents which, to achieve success, must be recognised and valued. She is motivated and passionate about helping her students to achieve the best they can.
In her spare time, Jacqueline enjoys a number of hobbies including art, singing and scuba diving. She plays the piano and violin.