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Ms Jessica Wallis


English Teacher & Assistant International Award (IA) Coordinator

Ms Jessica Wallis completed her degree at the University of Leeds and then studied her PGCE at Roehampton university. Jessica taught for six years at two London schools - one of which was an ‘Outstanding' inner city school. During her career, she was the Whole School Literacy Advisor for two years, KS3 Coordinator and later Head of the English Department. 

Before moving to Malaysia I taught for six years at two London secondary schools. In this time my roles have included Whole School Literacy lead, KS3 coordinator and temporary Head of English.

I enjoy being outdoors as much as possible, so I have enjoyed all of the hiking opportunities in Malaysia and in this part of the world. I climbed Mount Kinabalu last year, which was amazing. I also learnt to dive last year in Sipadan. I am very close to my family, although we are far apart in distance (I am from London). This includes our family dog in particular!

I suppose this means fulfilment - our role is to support students both academically and pastorally. Student happiness therefore means we have been successful in fulfilling both of these areas.