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Jamie Wilkinson

Jaimie Wilkinson

Director of Student Welfare for Year 10 - Year 13 & English Teacher

After finishing school, I studied English Literature at the University of Edinburgh and quickly got into teaching, first by tutoring and then by doing a year's language teaching in Germany. I then returned to England to do a Master's in Literary Studies at York University and work at a summer school providing IB revision courses/ After this, I completed my teacher training and took up my first International School post at St. Julian's in Lisbon, where I taught for three years before joining the International School of Brussels, where I had been for four years.