Our Team

Our Team

At The Hamilton International School, our guiding statements drive the School’s strategic decision making and development. When a student and their family join The Hamilton International School, we welcome the entire family, and a wonderful learning journey begins.

With a steadfast commitment to building great people, our exceptional teaching and support staff will deliver an excellent educational experience. This learning journey encompasses a rigorous curriculum, inspires innovation, provides diverse extra-curricular programs, and ensures unique local, regional and international experiences, and unrivalled student leadership and pastoral care.

Our students will be challenged to consider what it means to be successful. We will guide each student in their search for meaning in the world around them, and in their interactions with each other. The Hamilton International School has created specific programs and a diverse range of activities to enable students to develop a strong personal identity at every stage of their journey. At the same time, we encourage them to understand the significance of healthy relationships, ignite their passion, find their sense of purpose, and foster their potential with a healthy vision for their future.

“Our ultimate goal is to ignite their passion, encourage them to discover their purpose and realize their limitless potential.”

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Terry Senior

Principal

Terry Senior

Principal

Terry spent a majority of his years in New Zealand before deciding to accept an international leadership opportunity in Shanghai China, where he was the Principal for four years.

Terry holds a Bachelor of Education from Massey University, Palmerston North, New Zealand and has been leading a fruitful career in education for over 28 years. He started his profession teaching in a small country school in New Zealand and quickly progressed to posts in several outstanding private schools. Since 2005, he transitioned from a classroom teaching and other leadership roles, to Founding Principal of a private school in New Zealand.

As the Founding Principal for the Hamilton International School, he believes it is the school of choice and his duty to lead the strategic vision of the establishment. He is committed to ensuring Hamilton’s vision is at the forefront of everything the team will do; Igniting students Passion, Purpose and Potential, central in all they do and what they promise to do.

Terry enjoys going to the gym, playing squash, reading and travelling. He has a very supportive wife and three school-age children who love life and enjoy all the opportunities their new home in Doha has to offer.

Ian Rinaldi

Head of Primary

Ian Rinaldi

Head of Primary

Ian grew up in the North West of England and spent the majority of his life there, until he embarked on his international educational journey.

Ian successfully completed a BA Hons with QTS in the UK and spent the first 7 years of his career working in Merseyside. He was an integral member of the Senior Leadership Team that drove the school to become ‘Outstanding’. It was during this time Ian was able to experience the sheer value of teaching and learning as the driving force behind school improvement and raising standards, culminating in local and regional awards.

In 2014, Ian moved to Singapore to develop leadership experience internationally. His time in Singapore was extremely successful and was the Deputy Head of Primary for an established international school. He is very passionate about supporting teachers and children to be the very best they can be and has led numerous teaching and leadership training events.

Ian is an experienced school leader and joins The Hamilton International School as the Head of Elementary. He is enthusiastic about providing the very best learning opportunity for every child and aims to build outstanding relationships within the school and community.

Ian is joined by his wife Heather and one year old son, Jack. In his spare, time he enjoys sports, travelling and reading, but his main passion outside of education is cooking. He cannot wait to attempt to create his version of the local delicacies in Doha.

Rebecca Gough

Head of Secondary

Rebecca Gough

Head of Secondary

Rebecca Gough was born in England and has spent many years in teaching and leadership positions in the Midlands, before relocating to Qatar in 2012.

Having always been passionate about sport and math, Rebecca secured a place at Loughborough University and graduated with a BSc Joint Honours in Physical Education, Sports Science and Mathematics, followed by a Postgraduate Certificate in Education. She is currently completing her National Professional Qualification for Headship.

Rebecca has spent most of her teaching career in middle and senior leadership positions. Prior to moving to Qatar, she enjoyed success in the roles of Subject Leader and Assistant Headteacher. It was within these roles that her passion for leadership grew, founded in the desire to ensure the best possible outcomes and experiences for young people. In Qatar Rebecca has worked in both pastoral and academic leadership positions.

As Head of Secondary, her vision is to prepare our students for the future, fostering positive relationships, igniting passion and a love of learning. She is committed to developing the whole child by hoping to provide a wide range of outstanding opportunities to our students, that within and outside of the curriculum.

Rebecca enjoys playing netball, going to the gym, reading, and travelling. Much of her time outside of school is spent with her family and helping her own children fulfil their passions for sport and drama.

Breegeen Doherty

Head of Inclusion

Breegeen Doherty

Head of Inclusion

Breegeen grew up in a small seaside town in County Donegal, Ireland before relocating to the UK to finish her Education. She holds a BA (QTS) Hons Degree with a specialisation in the Advanced Study of the Early Years from Liverpool Hope University, UK.

Breegeen has worked in education for over 12 years in a range of year groups and settings. She started her career as a 4th Grade teacher before gaining experience in an educational unit for children with severe & profound special needs, an extremely rewarding but challenging experience. She then spent 6 years teaching in the early year’s department before establishing an Early Intervention Preschool for children on the Autism Spectrum Disorder.

To date, she has spent most of her teaching career working with the youngest year groups and feels enthusiastic about giving the children in her care their very first experience of school life. Breegeen encourages her pupils to challenge themselves and, with gentle guidance, become the very best they can be.

Breegeen has completed a wealth of Continued Professional Development courses – more recently focusing on learning styles, positive behaviour strategies and communication techniques.

As parents to three young daughters, Breegeen and her husband Darren enjoy trips to the park, keeping active, reading and spending time together. She has also been involved in fundraisers, helping to raise money for a Cancer Charity.

Kubeshni Naicker

Finance and Administration Manager

Kubeshni Naicker

Finance and Administration Manager

Kubeshni hails from Johannesburg, South Africa, and relocated to Qatar in 2018. She started her career 26 years ago as a Finance intern which developed into an impressive career in Finance. Kubeshni is a current CPA Australia member and holds a BCom degree with a specialization in Financial Management. In 2010 Kubeshni reached the pinnacle of her career as Finance Director at Capacity Outsourcing, a division of Adcorp Holdings, where she stayed for several years. In 2018 whilst holding the position of Group Finance Manager Shared Services, she was offered a position at The Blue Group, a Sports Retail giant in Qatar where she developed her Financial Management Skills further over the past 3 years.

Kubeshni gives gratitude for her impressive career to the spiritual path that she has followed for most of her life coupled with life coaching and self-development. She is inspired by mentors like Tony Robbins, Deepak Chopra, Abraham Hicks, just to name a few, who inspire her to be a better version of herself than yesterday, and even a better version of herself than she is today and the best version of herself than she is tomorrow. Her passion for self-development and the development of the large teams she has managed within the Finance departments is what motivates her to lead and mentor them to think out of the box and always reach for the stars.

Kubeshni loves to cook and has a flair for shopping for designer handbags and sneakers.

Thouraya El Bouz

Head of Quality Assurance and Compliance

Thouraya El Bouz

Head of Quality Assurance and Compliance

Thouraya grew up in Lebanon before moving to Qatar 10 years ago to start a family with her husband. Thouraya holds a Bachelor of Education from the Lebanese University, and she has been in the education field for the past 12 years. She is bilingual speaking both Arabic and English.

Thouraya enjoys working in schools, with parents and families. She is passionate about learning and believes that high quality international education is key to a better society.

Ashtar Saleh

Human Resources Manager

Ashtar Saleh

Human Resources Manager

Ashtar was born in Lebanon and raised in Qatar.

She holds a degree in Human Resources Management from Oxford and North Atlantic College-Qatar.

Ashtar has always had a passion for Human Resources Management within an education environment. In 2010, she joined the education sector as an HR Generalist for Taallum Educational Group in Qatar, working in all HR operations.

Being enthusiastic about providing high quality HR services to an organization as well as staff members, she is a people-oriented person, helping her a great deal in her chosen field of work.

Ashtar enjoys reading, travelling, listening to music and spending time with her family.

Darren Doherty

Country Facilities and H&S Manager

Darren Doherty

Country Facilities and H&S Manager

Euan Johnston

ASAs Manager

Euan Johnston

ASAs Manager

Amal Basharahil

Senior Administrator

Amal Basharahil

Senior Administrator

Amal was born and raised in Singapore before relocating to Qatar 10 years ago.

She has always had a passion to work in schools and enjoys interacting with children. She has worked in the education field for the past 14 years both in Singapore and Doha. Before joining The Hamilton International School, she worked as a Purchasing Officer in an international school for nine years and subsequently as an Executive Secretary to the Head of School.

Amal is currently taking on a third language, Arabic.

Amal enjoys reading, shopping, travelling and watching Netflix with her family and friends.

Mark Nieveras

IT Manager

Mark Nieveras

IT Manager

Mr. Nieveras was born in Quezon City, Philippines and relocated to Doha in 2012.

He holds a degree in Bachelor of Science in Computer Engineering from Mapúa University, a premiere engineering university in the Philippines.

Mr. Nieveras has worked in the field of IT for more than 8 years, starting his career as a consultant to Fortune 500 companies.

He loves to support students and staff, teaching them more about the latest technology at Hamilton.

Vanessa Trindade

Admissions & Marketing Manager

Vanessa Trindade

Admissions & Marketing Manager

Vanessa grew up in Lisbon, Portugal where she finished her studies in Foreign Languages and Digital Marketing. Before moving to Qatar, Vanessa lived in Malaysia, Singapore, and Australia where she started her own family project running a Kindergarten. Being a mother of two daughters in a foreign country, Vanessa decided to build her own business not only as a General Manager but as parent in order to be successful.
Vanessa is very enthusiastic and passionate about education, and she believes that true success and fulfillment in life come from pursuing or passions wholeheartedly. She can speak four different languages as a native speaker which are English, Portuguese, Italian and Spanish. Vanessa is being working in Education sector for the past ten years. Furthermore, she believes that her social skills, the ability to engage with empathy, respect, and understanding allows to build strong relationships with parents and children which led to success.
Vanessa enjoys practicing gymnastics, to swim and spend time with her family and friends.

Roua G Youssef

Registrar

Roua G Youssef

Registrar

Ms. Youssef was born in Amiens in France and moved to Lebanon at an early age.

She holds a master’s degree in Middle Eastern Studies from University Cattolica Del Sacro Cuore in Italy, and a BA in Political Science International Affairs from the Lebanese American University in Lebanon.

She speaks English, French and Arabic fluently.

Ms. Youssef has always had a passion for learning and has been working in education for the past years. She started her career with humanitarian work and enjoyed working in community service projects in Lebanon and Switzerland. She joined the United Nations in August 2016, where she was exposed to many nationalities, learning a lot during her experience abroad as well as helping refugees in Lebanon.

Ms. Youssef was a member, secretary and a trainer in the Lebanese Red Cross- Youth Department, she offered Humanitarian Values Presentations to three to sixteen years old children and conducted educational targeted activities to spread awareness among children.

Oana Mandu

Admissions Officer

Oana Mundu
Oana Mundu

Oana Mandu

Admissions Officer

Asly Mohamed

Senior Accountant

Asly Mohamed

Senior Accountant

Marilou Flores

Senior Accountant

Marilou Flores
Marilou Flores

Marilou Flores

Senior Accountant

Rebecca Newbery

School Receptionist

Rebecca Newbery

School Receptionist

MA Erica L

Accountant

MA Erica L

Accountant

Erica graduated Bachelor of Science in Accountancy in one of the universities in the Philippines in 2011, the same year she passed the CPA board examination.

She started her career in the Philippines when she landed a job as an Assistant accountant in 2011. She pursued her passion in her field making a big decision of moving to Qatar where she is now residing together with her husband and daughter.

With her hard work and determination, she was able to increase her skill sets leading to continuous positive opportunities in her career.

Sara Saleh

Admin Assistant

Sara Saleh

Admin Assistant

She grew up in Alexandria, Egypt before relocating to Qatar. She is a loving wife and a mother for a one adorable child is a goal-driven and passionate, Sara holds a BA in English commerce.

She has been living in Qatar for 8 years now. She has prior experience in a financial institution and has worked as Receptionist / Administrator for one of the schools here in Qatar for 5 years. Sara considers every situation as a learning experience.

She is bilingual speaking both English and Arabic. Sara has always had a passion for learning and has worked in education for nearly 5 years. Sara is enthusiastic about kids and supporting everyone around them to become the best versions of themselves.

 

She enjoys walking, when not in school, she loves spending time with her family

Walid AndelAlim Hamid

PRO

Walid AndelAlim Hamid PRO
Walid AndelAlim Hamid PRO

Walid AndelAlim Hamid

PRO

Ruby Philip

HR Assistant

Ruby Philip

HR Assistant

Amrutha Soman

School Nurse

Amrutha Soman

School Nurse

Amrutha was born in Kerala in India, often referred to as “God’s Own Country.”  She is holding a Bachelor’s degree in nursing and a Fellowship in Neonatology. Over the past decade, she passionately dedicated herself to the nursing profession, initially at a Super Specialty Referral Hospital in India before embarking on a journey that led me to Qatar in 2018. Here, she worked as a neonatal nurse at WWRC within the Hamad Medical Corporation.

Ms. Amrutha career path then brought her to Starfish Lane Kids Nursery, a renowned Australian nursery in Qatar, where she garnered two years of invaluable experience. This made her come here to Hamilton, firmly believing in the pivotal role of school nurses in ensuring every child’s access to quality education, regardless of their health status. School nurses not only offer direct health services to students but also champion the well-being of the entire community.

She is so excited to get to know you and your little ones while making this school year a healthy and successful one. As the school nurse at Hamilton, she is honored to be part of a remarkable team that wholeheartedly supports your child’s success and well-being.

Marietta Q. Pagulayan

School Nurse

Marietta Q. Pagulayan

School Nurse

Mrs. Marietta Q. Pagulayan is a registered nurse in the Philippines and in Qatar. She was born and grew up in the Northern part of the Philippines called Cagayan Valley in the island of Luzon, which is known for its majestic Cagayan River-the largest and longest river in the Philippines. She graduated in 2004 with a Bachelor of Science in Management at the Isabela State University, Echague, Isabela, Philippines.  Prior to her career as a nurse, she worked before in the business world. But her passion for helping people pushed her to pursue and finished a Bachelor’s Degree in Nursing at the Philippine College of Health Sciences, Inc. Sampaloc, Manila, Philippines. She passed the Licensure Examination for Nurses in the Philippines.

Mrs. Pagulayan loves to be with children, and she always believe that taking good care of our children is like building a strong foundation for our future. For this, she started her career here in Doha Qatar as a School Nurse in Edison International Academy, Markhiya Branch, Doha, Qatar, ACS Doha, Qatar International School. She has more than 9 years of worked experiences as a School Nurse. Mrs. Pagulayan worked experiences as a School Nurse made her to be very compassionate to the needs of school children and to ensure that the best standard practices in nursing children and their safety will always be a top priority.

Donn Marko Aricayos

IT Officer

Donn Marko Aricayos

IT Officer

Ian Kamau

Facilities Coordinator

Ian Kamau

Facilities Coordinator

Liz Kerr

Assistant Head of Primary Early Years

Liz Kerr

Assistant Head of Primary Early Years

Calum Rowland

Assistant Head of Lower Primary

Calum Rowland

Assistant Head of Lower Primary

Mr. Rowland is from the North-East of England; he holds a BA in English Literature from the University of Northumbria and a PGCE in Primary Education from the University of Sunderland. He is passionate about inquiry-based learning that enables children to have autonomy and agency and builds on their natural curiosity to help them develop into creative, resilient learners.

Mr. Rowland is in his seventh year of teaching and has previously held the post of Assistant Head Teacher of Key Stage One. He also has experience across both key stages, having taught in both Year Six and Year Two. This amalgamation of experience has provided him with a much wider perspective of effective teaching and learning. Mr. Rowland was part of the Key Stage Two team that was named the national winner of the Pupil Premium Awards. He also led his previous school in being awarded the Primary Science Quality Mark to celebrate the whole school's impact on teaching and learning in science.

Calum enjoys Jiu-jitsu and golf. He also enjoys film, music, and exploring new and exciting countries.

Kathryn Rowland

Assistant Head of Upper Primary

Kathryn Rowland

Assistant Head of Upper Primary

Kathryn grew up in the North-East of England, where she studied and developed her passion for teaching and learning.

Kathryn holds a BSc in psychology from the University of Durham and a PGCE in Primary Education from the University of Sunderland. Kathryn has been a teacher for six years, in which she spent two years working as a KS2 assistant headteacher. She has a passion for developing the roles and skills of oracy throughout the curriculum and supporting students to make conceptual connections in their learning.

In Kathryn’s experience, she has been responsible for developing a conceptual and inquiry-based curriculum, to provide opportunities for children to be provoked and curious about the world around them. In addition to this, Kathryn was part of a primary team that achieved an outstanding OFSTED judgment in the UK. She is incredibly proud of this achievement and strives to ensure she continues to deliver a high standard of teaching, ensuring she continues to learn and develop her skills as an educator.

Kathryn is passionate about living a healthy lifestyle, practicing yoga and gym training in her free time. She also loves spending time in the kitchen, experimenting with new and exciting recipes.

Siarah Khan

Teacher/Grade Leader

Siarah Khan

Teacher/Grade Leader

Minette Thompson

Teacher

Minette Thompson

Teacher

Aber Duale

Teacher

Aber Duale

Teacher

Claire Driscoll

Teacher/Grade Leader

Claire Driscoll

Teacher/Grade Leader

Catherine Gormley

Teacher

Catherine Gormley

Teacher

Suzan Merricks

Teacher

Suzan Merricks

Teacher

Sanah Yunis

Teacher

Sanah Yunis

Teacher

Shauna O’Neill

Teacher/Grade Leader

Shauna O’Neill

Teacher/Grade Leader

Katie McCann

Teacher

Katie McCann

Teacher

Camilla Essop

Teacher

Camilla Essop

Teacher

Orna Lowry

Teacher

Orna Lowry

Teacher

Lianne Hall

Teacher

Lianne Hall

Teacher

Michaela Flynn

Teacher/Grade Leader

Michaela Flynn

Teacher/Grade Leader

Michaela is from Loughinisland, a small village in County Down, Ireland.

Michaela holds a Bachelor of Education (Honours) in Primary Teaching from Stranmillis University College in Belfast. Within her degree, Michaela specialized in Physical Education.

Throughout Michaela’s degree, she spent some time teaching in Uganda and Poland. She is a keen traveler, always wanting to experience and embrace new cultures, which made her want to teach internationally. She has been teaching in Qatar for the past three years.

As a teacher, Michaela is dedicated to supporting each child’s individual needs. She strives to help each child identify their unique potential for academic and personal achievement. Michaela encourages her pupils to always try their best and is committed to promoting an inclusive learning environment where her pupils feel engaged, motivated, and challenged.

In her spare time, Michaela enjoys playing a sport, particularly Gaelic football. She also enjoys traveling and spending time with family and friends.

Joseph Scriven

Teacher

Joseph Scriven

Teacher

Kristen Jennings

Teacher

Kristen Jennings

Teacher

Brittany Thompson

Teacher

Brittany Thompson

Teacher

Gracie Roarty

Teacher

Gracie Roarty

Teacher

Sarah Gill

Teacher/Grade Leader

Sarah Gill

Teacher/Grade Leader

Cobi Ward

Teacher

Cobi Ward

Teacher

Natalie Bolton

Teacher

Natalie Bolton

Teacher

James Grogan

Teacher

James Grogan

Teacher

Kristia Harrhy

Teacher

Kristia Harrhy

Teacher

Sophie Mclean

Teacher/Accreditation Coordinator

Sophie Mclean
Sophie Mclean

Sophie Mclean

Teacher/Accreditation Coordinator

Amanda Molyneux

Teacher/Grade Leader

Amanda Molyneux

Teacher/Grade Leader

Nathan Burns

Teacher

Nathan Burns

Teacher

Nathan was born and raised in the small village of Bessbrook in Ireland.

Nathan holds a Bachelor of Education in Primary teaching with a specialization in Science from St Mary’s University College in Belfast. He is currently completing a Master’s in Education at the same university, with a specific focus on Educational Leadership.

Nathan taught in Ireland for 3 years before relocating to Qatar in 2016 to further his career. Upon arriving to Qatar, he worked as a Year 3 teacher in Newton British Academy for 4 years. During that time, he has enjoyed working with children from many different nationalities and cultures. He has led many diverse school activities such as ECA football, end of year concerts and reading and story club.

Nathan is passionate about teaching and learning. He believes that every child should have the opportunity to reach their full potential. He has developed a child-centered pedagogy, recognizing the importance of valuing each child as an individual and guiding them towards becoming an active member of the wider school community, and an active member of their community outside school.

Outside his role in the classroom, Nathan is passionate about sport and enjoys playing football in his spare time. He also enjoys playing the guitar, walking his dog and traveling the world.

Aine Little

Teacher

Aine Little

Teacher

Sean Mc.Donnell

Teacher

Sean Mc.Donnell

Teacher

Rushna Choudhury

Teacher

Rushna Choudhury

Teacher

Rebecca Kemp

Teacher/Grade Leader

Rebecca Kemp

Teacher/Grade Leader

Liam Bailey

Teacher

Liam Bailey

Teacher

Alexander O’Neill

Teacher

Alexander O’Neill

Teacher

Jessica Rockwell

Teacher

Jessica Rockwell

Teacher

Jessica was born and raised in Nova Scotia, Canada. She wanted to be a teacher from the age of 5, so she worked to complete a BA while also gaining a TEFL certification to teach English as a second language in Barcelona. Upon graduating, she travelled to South Korea where she taught for a year. After heading back to Canada to earn her B.Ed in Primary Education, she relocated to Doha where she has been since 2016.

Jessica is passionate about getting to know her students each personally so that she can engage them by utilizing their individual interests. She loves to teach through telling stories, working hands-on with materials, and student-led exploration. Jessica’s goal with each new student she meets is to teach the whole person, to build up their growth mindset and see them reach not just academic goals but social and emotional goals as well.

Jessica spends her free time artistically doing photography, videography, fine arts, studying Spanish, or curled up with a good book.

Gary Lynch

Teacher/Grade Leader

Gary Lynch

Teacher/Grade Leader

Sarah Qureshi

Teacher

Sarah Qureshi

Teacher

Sarah grew up in London and holds a BA in Early Childhood Studies and a Postgraduate Certificate in Education from London Metropolitan University.

She taught in London, before relocating to Qatar in 2014, as a Key Stage 2 Phase Leader. Sarah has 8 years of teaching experience across Early Years, Key Stage 1 and Key stage 2. She has mentored newly qualified teachers, delivered training and led curriculum workshops for parents. She is incredibly passionate about delivering an enriching, creative curriculum and building an inspirational learning experience for your child. She believes a growth mindset and strong relationships are key to educational success. Sarah has always had a passion for learning and is currently completing a certificate in Positive Psychology. Sarah strives to inspire your child to develop a love for learning and to follow their own interests and aspirations, while becoming resilient lifelong learners, who are ready to face all challenges.

In her spare time, Sarah enjoys reading, traveling, swimming, candle making and spending time with friends and family.

Conor Boyle

Teacher

Conor Boyle

Teacher

Angela Leite

Primary Music Teacher

Angela Leite

Primary Music Teacher

Angela is a passionate Music Educator who spent the last eleven years teaching in prestigious schools in Portugal and recently Doha. Her music students have won national and international prizes in competitions such as the Qatar Music Competition and Strings Category (Violin).

Her students have always achieved great marks in ABRSM and GCSE Exams.

She holds a Masters Degree in Music Education, Violin Performance and Teaching Training from Aveiro University. She has conducted workshops about Suzuki’s Methodology, Rolland’s Strings Methodology and, most recently, El Sistema Methodology.

Angela started her music education at the age of 4, and at 11 years old, was accepted into the best Music School in Portugal - ARTAVE. She was the concert master at Aveiro University Orchestra and was invited to play with professional orchestras like Beiras Philarmonic Orchestra, Guimarães Orchestra and more. She has also performed in the best concert houses in Portugal, Europe and Asia as an orchestra and chamber music member.

She brings her passion for music to The Hamilton International School, ensuring every child experiences music in an empowering way.

Angela loves spending her free time exploring the world with her husband, researching, and caring about the world environment. She is also a foodie.

Nihel Hammouda

Primary Languages Teacher

Nihel Hammouda

Primary Languages Teacher

Isabel Morante

Primary Languages Teacher

Isabel Morante

Primary Languages Teacher

Duaa Hamaideh

Primary Languages Teacher

Duaa Hamaideh
Duaa Hamaideh

Duaa Hamaideh

Primary Languages Teacher

Eoin Quinn

ICT Teacher

Eoin Quinn

ICT Teacher

Zainab Mohomodhossen

ICT Teacher

Zainab Mohomodhossen

ICT Teacher

Devon Brittle

PE Teacher

Devon Brittle

PE Teacher

Eliza Devon

PE Teacher

Eliza Devon

PE Teacher

Eliza grew up in São Paulo, Brazil where she completed her BA in Physical Education at the Universidade Cidade de São Paulo (University of the city of Sao Paulo) and later a post graduation in Swimming at the same university. Eliza is currently studying a second postgraduate diploma in Sports Nutrition.

Eliza worked in Sao Paulo and Santa Catarina states in Brazil as a Swimming teacher, where she had the privilege of training and working alongside the FINA awarded World best Swimming coach as well as amazing national swimmers. Later on, she moved to Malaysia where she taught PE and swimming as extracurricular activities for 2 years at several different international schools in Kuala Lumpur. As a physical education teacher, she has worked in Malaysia, Qatar, and China so far where she has enjoyed learning about different cultures and experiencing the different foods and celebrations that are on offer.

Recently married, Eliza and her husband, a primary school teacher, together with their lovely dog Oscar, enjoy long walks in the park or at the beach. She enjoys keeping herself active playing Rugby and Netball and is a huge fan of Darts.

Jessica Cullum

Primary Specialist Teacher

Jessica Cullum

Primary Specialist Teacher

Yasmin Selmi

Librarian

Yasmin Selmi

Librarian

She holds a BA in English Literature & Linguistics and a minor in Business from Qatar University. She is bilingual, speaking fluent Arabic and English along with a small dose of knowledge in Japanese and Korean.

Yasmin’s passion for reading drove her to pursue careers related to literature such as a librarian, translator, editor, and tutor. She started her career by working at Qatar University, where she worked as a librarian for two years. She enjoyed immersing herself in an environment full of eager learners and motivated students with a passion for knowledge as much as her own.She dove even deeper into academia and education by working as a researcher and a tutor at Qatar University.

Yasmin loves spending quality time with her family. She also enjoys reading and exploring other cultures and traditions by traveling as much as she can.

Christopher Perry

Assistant Head of Secondary

Christopher Perry

Assistant Head of Secondary

Chris was born in England but grew up in North Wales before attending the University of Sheffield and eventually settling in Cheshire, where he and his wife, Corrine, had two daughters, both of whom attend The Hamilton International School.

Chris has a BA (Hons) in Biblical Theology but has a wide range of work experience, including the charity sector, technical support, and sales. After several years working in the private sector, Chris was dissatisfied career-wise so he trained as a teacher and he hasn’t looked back once! He enjoyed success at his first school as a Head of Department, Head of Year, and being tasked with establishing a brand new subject in the school. Subsequently, Chris was appointed as Assistant Headteacher in Stockport for Key Stage 4 pastoral. After this, he and his family decided that they wanted to experience life abroad and in 2018 was appointed Deputy Head of Pastoral at a large International School in Doha.

Chris is passionate about education that reaches and teaches the whole child and is particularly keen to support teachers in training and in their early careers. He has been invited to speak to trainee teachers and mentored NQTs and RQTs. Chris also enjoys writing blogs on all aspects of teaching and educational leadership.

In his spare time, Chris enjoys spending time adventuring with his family and plays rugby for Doha Rugby Club. He also enjoys cycling and cooking.

Christopher Allen

IB Coordinator

Christopher Allen

IB Coordinator

Alan Crean

Math Teacher

Alan Crean

Math Teacher

Alan was born and raised in Ireland before starting his teaching career in the UK. He is a caring and understanding teacher who goes the extra mile for all of his students.

Alan is a qualified teacher in both math and PE and has taught both subjects for many years in England. He attended university in Ireland, trained in a several schools there, as well as, opting to study for 1 year in the US at the University of Michigan where he gained experience in the US curriculum.

Making math relatable to students is one of Alan’s main aims. He likes to have interesting activities, fun projects and real life problems integrated into his lessons to foster his students’ love of math. Don’t be surprised if Alan takes math outside of the classroom as he likes to challenge his students to investigate math problems around the school grounds which leads to physical activity and a high level of engagement in learning.

Alan is passionate about sport and, when he isn’t watching Manchester United, he is participating in sport. He loves Gaelic football and is a member of Qatar GAA here in Doha. He also enjoys scuba diving, reading and cooking.

Tom Wood

PE Teacher/Pastoral Leader Grade 6

Tom Wood

PE Teacher/Pastoral Leader Grade 6

Tom grew up in Rugby, a market town in the middle of England- which is the birthplace of Rugby Football.

Tom holds a BA Honours in Physical Education and Outdoor Education from Leeds Beckett University. During his time at university, he was the Men’s Rowing Captain- winning the most improved sports club of the year.

Before starting his teacher training, Tom worked in an American Summer camp creating an Outdoor Survival Skills program. He also spent time traveling through New Zealand, Australia, and Southeast Asia. Tom loves to explore new places. He is always amazed by the power of sport and how it is embedded throughout different cultures.

After completing his teacher training, Tom taught in the UK for three years before moving out to Qatar in 2020. Whilst in the UK he taught in Nuneaton and Macclesfield. His students in England remember him for his high-energy, fun lessons and his love of learning.

Tom believes that PE should be used as a tool to promote lifelong participation as he advocates that a healthy body and healthy mind are fundamental for personal wellbeing. Tom loves ECA’s and Sports Day is one of his favourite days of the year.

Outside of school sport takes up a lot of Tom’s time. He loves playing football, tennis and he also has a keen interest in rugby, golf, and swimming. Tom also loves cycling holidays. He has cycled London to Paris and a 1000-mile cycle ride from the bottom of England to the top of Scotland!

Zara Sturmheit

Math Teacher/Pastoral Leader Grade 7 & 8

Zara Sturmheit

Math Teacher/Pastoral Leader Grade 7 & 8

Sarah Idriss

English Teacher/Pastoral Leader Grade 9,10, & 11

Sarah Idriss

English Teacher/Pastoral Leader Grade 9,10, & 11

Ms. Idriss grew up in Toronto, Ontario. She is a bilingual speaker of English and Arabic.

 

She has always had a passion for the language arts. This led her to pursue her education and obtain a BA in English Language as well as a teaching diploma but she found her place in the education field long before that.

 

Ms. Idriss taught EFL for over five years to diverse learners using the English language exclusively. During this time, she worked with learners of diverse backgrounds, ages, needs and interests. After obtaining her degree, Sarah taught IB English Language and Literature and Theory of Knowledge. She also served as a CAS advisor, guiding students in their journeys to develop a wide variety of skills through experience.

 

She strongly believes that learning starts with fostering a safe learning environment where students are motivated and excited to learn. She loves to create fun and stimulating activities and projects to facilitate student learning. She is very passionate about engaging students in using 21st century skills such as critical thinking, communication and creativity. Her aim is to make English an interesting and relatable subject for all learners.

Adil Zulfiqar

Subject Leader - Maths

Adil Zulfiqar

Subject Leader - Maths

Hayyat Khan

Subject Leader - English

Hayyat Khan

Subject Leader - English

Jodie Wills

Subject Leader - Science

Jodie Wills

Subject Leader - Science

Jodie was born in Worcestershire, England. She graduated from the Manchester Metropolitan University, with a BSc in Sports and Exercise Science. She then completed her PGCE at the University of Sunderland, to enable her to fulfill her lifelong desire to become a teacher.

Jodie enjoys leading by example in the classroom and strives to be a strong, positive role model. She is dedicated to building relationships with her students that will help them to become the best that they can be, in all aspects of their lives. She believes that students are a unique lantern awaiting a spark to ignite their natural passion for learning. As an educator, she accepts it is her responsibility to spark the flame of knowledge that will illuminate their future.

She focuses on creating a warm, welcoming and safe environment, where each student can have the opportunity to experience success and progress. She loves to encourage her students to look beyond the four walls of the classroom and view the world around them as a place of learning and discovery. By doing this, she hopes to install in them the desire to become lifelong learners.

For the last eleven years, she has worked in an international school in Dubai, UAE, where she has taught General Science and IBDP Biology. Whilst in Dubai, Jodie organised several international school educational trips. These have included a NASA space camp trip in Huntsville, USA and a Disneyland Paris trip, France.
Jodie has a passion for travel and has been to over sixty countries. She loves to meet new people from all over the world, experiencing local foods and local cultures.

Jodie holds an excellent sporting background having once been a semi professional footballer in the UK. She has coached numerous football teams over the years and has had notable success in the UAE. In her previous school she coached both the girls football and rounder’s teams to become National League Champions.

Fatine Lassri

Subject Leader - World Languages

Fatine Lassri

Subject Leader - World Languages

Fatine grew up in Morocco, which is a Francophone country, and speaks fluent French, English, and Arabic.

Fatine Laasri is a passionate senior French teacher with over 15 years of experience. She holds a master’s degree in French Didactic and Interculturalism as well as having enrolled in a range of diverse specific training in teaching and education to enhance her teaching skills. Being a multilingual person raised in a multicultural environment, she has a passion for working with and can empathize with students from very different backgrounds and go beyond cultural and language barriers.

Since 2008, she has cumulated an extensive variety of experience in teaching the French language in different institutions such as the French Institute, Qatar University, and Qatar International School. In addition, she has occupied the position of Student Support Coordinator at the Foundation Program in Qatar University and worked closely with students giving them support and guidance in their careers.

Fatine is a keen teacher who enjoys new technology in her lessons to engage students actively in their learning and organizes an after-school French club to help pupils who want some support and encouragement to achieve the best standard of their work and build their confidence and enjoyment of the language.

In her free time outside of school, she enjoys reading, walking, and spending time with her family trying the succulent dishes of Moroccan cuisine, known for its diverse culinary tastes. She is an avid cat lover and loves to feed strays cats.

Scott Little

Subject Leader - PE

Scott Little

Subject Leader - PE

Ross Gibbons

Subject Leader - ICT/DT

Ross Gibbons

Subject Leader - ICT/DT

Ross is from Galway, a small city on Ireland’s west coast.

He holds a Bachelor of Science (Honors) degree in Furniture Design and Manufacture from GMIT Letterfrack, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, and another in Innovation Management from the National University of Ireland, Galway.

Ross is an internationally experienced teacher, having taught in Ireland, Wales, South Korea and Qatar. He has also held leadership positions in education, including Director of Studies with MLI International Schools. He believes his role in teaching is to effect change and make a difference by helping each student find their creative side. He aims to inspire all learners, especially those who may be taking their first tentative steps in design and technology by using a humanistic approach in his classroom. Ross promotes a collaborative and student-centered learning classroom culture, an encouraging environment for each student to challenge themselves and gain self-confidence. He believes it is important for young learners to develop their emotions, allowing for constructive criticism and self-reflecting without the fear of making mistakes.

Outside of the classroom, Ross is a committee member of both the Qatar Irish Society and Qatar Gaelic football club. His other interests include soccer, swimming, scuba diving, travelling and woodworking.

Caitlin Evans

English Teacher

Caitlin Evans

English Teacher

Sobia Sarwar

English Teacher

Sobia Sarwar

English Teacher

Jeevan Gill

Science Teacher

Jeevan Gill

Science Teacher

Kayleigh Fouche

Science Teacher

Kayleigh Fouche

Science Teacher

Kayleigh grew up in a small town near Port Elizabeth in the Eastern Cape of South Africa.

Kayleigh holds a Bachelor’s degree in Further Education and Training where she majored in Biology and Mathematical Literacy. She is bilingual speaking both English and Afrikaans. She has an innate affinity for languages and is currently developing her proficiency in Arabic as she continues her journey in Qatar.

Kayleigh has started her teaching career in South Africa before she relocated to Qatar in 2017. Her wealth of experience developed over six years of teaching has seen her facilitate different subject areas including Sciences, Environmental Management, and Mathematics. Kayleigh would describe herself as someone that can adapt easily to most environments as she enjoys interacting with people, building relationships with her students, and finding new ways to adapt her teaching strategies to facilitate her learners.

Kayleigh has had the opportunity to serve as a Head of Year for two years consecutively. This has taught her that no challenge is too big and that no sailor learned how to sail in calm seas. However, it was a privilege to see the success of her students and hopes that they will remember her words of wisdom.

Kayleigh has a strong passion for netball and enjoys diving, snorkeling, traveling, the occasional painting, and carbohydrates in her own time.

Alvaro Rubio

World Languages Teacher

Alvaro Rubio
Alvaro Rubio

Alvaro Rubio

World Languages Teacher

Adam Gouha

Social Studies Teacher

Adam Gouha

Social Studies Teacher

Carol Hughes

Performing Arts Teacher

Carol Hughes

Performing Arts Teacher

Laura Bugler

Inclusion Coordinator

Laura Bugler

Inclusion Coordinator

Laura grew up on the West Coast of Ireland. She holds a B.Ed in Primary Education from Mary Immaculate College Ireland. Laura has been teaching in a range of different educational settings for 9 years and is particularly passionate about working with children with Special Needs. She has over 6 years of experience working and training in this field specifically.

Laura completed a Postgraduate Degree in Drama Education at Griffith College Dublin. Laura taught at the Pygmalion School of Drama in Dublin. She later moved to Kent where she worked as a Secondary Drama Teacher in the John Wallis Academy preparing students for their GCSE and A-Level Drama.

Laura then went on to work in Stewart’s Special Needs School in Dublin where she received extensive training in the TEACH program, PECS, and specific Autism training. Laura is a firm believer in a whole-child approach to education which focuses attention on the social, emotional, mental, physical as well as cognitive development of students. She is also passionate about inclusion and adapting teaching and learning to meet the needs of every child.
In 2017 Laura moved to Dubai and worked as a Special Needs Teacher in Kent College Dubai.

She also worked part-time for DRAMA SCENE Dubai. Laura has been very involved in teaching Acting and Public Speaking classes across different age groups and preparing students for their Annual LAMDA examinations.

Laura enjoys going to the theatre, playing golf, reading, and traveling to new countries.

Megan Forbes

Arts Teacher

Megan Forbes

Arts Teacher

Cuisle Murphy

Intervention Team Lead/KG2 Teacher

Cuisle Murphy

Intervention Team Lead/KG2 Teacher

Faten Hamzeh

PE Teacher

Faten Hamzeh

PE Teacher

Faten is a passionate educational leader and a well–rounded inspirational educator with professional experience of over 18 years. She worked in several International Schools in Doha, as Head of Electives Department, School Athletic Coordinator, Head of PE Department, Grade(s) Level Representative, PE/Site Coordinator, PE and Health Teacher, Basketball Referee, Basketball Coach, Athletic Coach, Aerobic Trainer, and Gymnastic Trainer.

Faten has a Bachelors's License in the Faculty of Pedagogy in Physical Education, along with Level 7 Certification in Education and Leadership, Project Management Professional (PMP) training, and several Coaching/Referees certifications & training in different sports throughout her career.

Since winning her first running race as a child in her village, she is still keeping her winning streak as every year her students are outperforming in many school and National level competitions in different sports. A large number of her students are continuing their journey of success in their universities and even in their professional lives.

Faten is keen on getting to know her students each personally, to help them identify and nurture their abilities to get ready for what life has to offer.

As a parent of a 12-year-old daughter ‘Katia’, she takes absolute pride in her daughter’s capabilities. Katia is an impressive athlete and she represented Qatar in multiple national and international gymnastics competitions.

Claire Wheeler

Business Study Teacher

Claire Wheeler

Business Study Teacher

Harsana Ganeshkumar

Hamilton Hub/Early Intervention Team Lead

Harsana Ganeshkumar
Harsana Ganeshkumar

Harsana Ganeshkumar

Hamilton Hub/Early Intervention Team Lead

Farhiya Abdi

Early Intervention Teacher

Farhiya Abdi

Early Intervention Teacher

Farhiya grew up and studied in the United Kingdom before moving to Qatar in 2018.

She graduated from the City University of London with a BSc in Speech and Language Therapy and from the University of Birmingham with a Postgraduate Certificate in Special Educational Needs and Autism.

She has had the opportunity to work with children that require support with speech, language, and communication. This was an excellent opportunity for her to adopt interventions and evidence-based practice to witness a significant improvement in the communication abilities of her students.

Farhiya is enthusiastic about working with students on the autistic spectrum. She recognizes that students on the autistic spectrum differ based on their intellectual capacity, the degree of their autism, personality, gender, culture, and other characteristics.

She is deeply committed to ensuring that every child can communicate. As a result, Farhiya has been able to train parents, teachers, and TAs in the use of Augmentative and Alternative Communication techniques. She is inspired by the idea that everyone, whether verbal or nonverbal, should have a means of communication.

Farhiya aims to inspire your child to develop a love of learning and to pursue their interests, improving their quality of life.

Farhiya enjoys long walks and treks in her spare time, as well as traveling, swimming, and spending time with friends and family.

Tamara AL Baja

Early Intervention Teacher

Tamara AL Baja

Early Intervention Teacher

Tamara grew up in the United Kingdom and spent her summers in Jordan before moving to Qatar towards the end of 2020.

She obtained both a bachelor’s degree in Psychology and a master's degree in Child and Youth Studies from the University of Sussex, as well as a postgraduate degree in Applied Behaviour Analysis (ABA) from Bangor University in the UK. Furthermore, Tamara is currently undertaking the Board Certified Behavioural Analysis (BCBA) qualification.

Tamara is an experienced behavioral psychologist and special education needs teacher as she has extensively worked with clients, both children and parents, in different settings including schools, homes, youth clubs, and clinics. She is passionate about applying her skillset in the classroom to assist children and their families who might be facing some form of special needs or difficulty. This includes behavioral or mental health challenges that prevent them from carrying out tasks independently, such as autism, ADHD, anxiety, and depression.

Tamara’s passion extends beyond the workplace, as she organized and managed the "Cadets" youth club for children with mental health and behavioral challenges in the UK. Tamara is also a TEDx Speaker where she used the platform to highlight how various behavioral psychology tools can be utilized in different aspects of our everyday lives. She also published a book journal, which guides the reader towards implementing step-by-step strategies for personal and emotional development.

Her hobbies include writing, yoga, netball, and spending time with friends and family.

Sumayya Myladi

Lab Technician

Sumayya Myladi

Lab Technician

Rose Gill

Intervention Teacher

Rose Gill

Intervention Teacher

Rhodora Atienza

Swimming Coach

Rhodora Atienza

Swimming Coach

Aima Butt

Intervention Teacher

Aima Butt

Intervention Teacher

Marlen Abdulshahid

Maths Teacher

Marlen Abdulshahid

Maths Teacher

Sanjay Mall

Intervention Teacher

Sanjay Mall

Intervention Teacher

Lizaan Jacobs

Intervention Teacher

Lizaan Jacobs

Intervention Teacher

Zaynab Hashmi

Intervention Teacher

Zaynab Hashmi

Intervention Teacher

Nadja Golijanin

Intervention Teacher

Nadja Golijanin

Intervention Teacher

Nadja was born in Sarajevo, the capital city of Bosnia and Herzegovina, however at the age of five, she moved to London, England with her family. She holds a Bachelor of Arts (Hons) degree in Marketing and Advertising with Media and Cultural Studies from the University of Arts London. Nadja also has a Postgraduate Diploma in Primary School Education from the London Southbank University.

This is Nadja’s nineth year of teaching, six of those years have been teaching here in Doha, Qatar. Previous to teaching in Doha, Nadja was teaching in the inner-city of London. Nadja has also held leadership positions in education some of which include; the teaching and learning coordinator, development leader and was a mentor for newly qualified teachers. She is a strong believer in collaboration being the key to achievement and effective learning. Working together (even across grades) will not only ensure learning but will also builds a foundation for our students in becoming global citizens that make a positive impact on the world around them. Providing a safe and welcoming classroom environment allows students to embrace the new challenges of the day ahead and as a result, develops their growth mindset and resilience, all which are imperative skills for a successful future.

During the pandemic, Nadja has uncovered a new passion for cooking! She can now put together a range of delights from a variety of different countries. Most recently, after some trial and error she has mastered the recipe of PF Chang’s Mongolian Beef! In the evenings, when it is slightly cooler, Nadja also enjoys walking by the water on Lusail Marina.

Lee Arrowsmith

Intervention Teacher

Lee Arrowsmith

Intervention Teacher

Aine Rice

Hamilton Hub Teacher

Aine Rice

Hamilton Hub Teacher

Lize De Jager

Hamilton Hub Teacher

Lize De Jager

Hamilton Hub Teacher

Gerard Green

Hamilton Hub Teacher

Gerard Green

Hamilton Hub Teacher

Dalia AlJaibat

EAL Teacher

Dalia AlJaibat

EAL Teacher

Ms. AlJaibat was born in Jordan, grew up in Qatar before relocating to Jordan to finish her education. She holds a BA in English Language and Literature and a master’s degree in Linguistics, Zarqa University, Jordan. She found her passion and interest in linguistics as the language teacher may be an expert linguist with a deep understanding of how languages are learnt, and therefore the strategies to be used to support this.

Ms. AlJaibat is bilingual speaking both Arabic and English. She has always had a passion for learning. she regularly attends professional development workshops and conferences and has completed the internationally recognized CELTA course by Cambridge Assessment - UK, for teachers of English as a foreign language.

Ms. AlJaibat is a certified, flexible and an enthusiastic EAL educator that can deliver a broad range curriculum to meet learner outcomes. Highly qualified and experienced in Higher and Primary Education, ESL/EAL/ TEFL contexts with over 3 years of experience working with a variety of pupils with different cultures and backgrounds in international schools in Jordan, Qatar and online through Jordanian TV. She enjoys creating an inspiring yet motivational classroom environment for them. In her classroom, students make connections between themselves, their peers and the world along with students practicing their grammar, writing, phonics, communication and improve their reading and comprehension skills, preparing them to boost their confidence in the classrooms and supporting their learning and study skills.

Safwan Almokdad

EAL Support Teacher

Safwan Almokdad

EAL Support Teacher

Mohamad Beiji

Occupational Therapist

Mohamad Beiji

Occupational Therapist

Ladan Mosadegh

Occupational Therapist

Ladan Mosadegh
Ladan Mosadegh

Ladan Mosadegh

Occupational Therapist

Sarra Odiah

Occupational Therapist

Sarra Odiah

Occupational Therapist

Shmiruthy Ranjan

Speech & Language Therapist

Shmiruthy Ranjan

Speech & Language Therapist

Misriya Suhair

Speech & Language Therapist

Misriya Suhair

Speech & Language Therapist

Shailajah Shukla

Speech & Language Therapist

Shailajah Shukla

Speech & Language Therapist

Judini Perera

Speech & Language Pathologist

Judini Perera

Speech & Language Pathologist

Aya Hijazi

School Counselor

Aya Hijazi

School Counselor

Zainab Mohamad

Head of Arabic

Zainab Mohamad

Head of Arabic

Amina Begum

SEN Teacher

Amina Begum

SEN Teacher

El Shaima Soliman

Arabic Coordinator/Teacher

El Shaima Soliman

Arabic Coordinator/Teacher

Afaf Turkmen

Qatar History & Islamic Coordinator/Teacher

Afaf Turkmen

Qatar History & Islamic Coordinator/Teacher

Rozan Melhem

Arabic and Islamic Teacher

Rozan Melhem
Rozan Melhem

Rozan Melhem

Arabic and Islamic Teacher

Asmaa Mahny

Teacher

Asmaa Mahny

Teacher

Ashwaq Saied

Arabic and Islamic Teacher

Ashwaq saied
Ashwaq saied

Ashwaq Saied

Arabic and Islamic Teacher

Shireen AL Sawae

Arabic Teacher

Shireen AL Sawae

Arabic Teacher

Shereen was born in UAE and moved to Jordan at an early age.

Shereen holds a BA in Teaching from AL-Yarmouk University in Jordan and is fluent in both Arabic and English.
Shereen has always had a passion for learning and has been working in education for the past few years. She started her career as a class teacher in August 2009 in the ministry of education schools and enjoyed working, learning a lot during her experience how to develop her career.

Shereen likes to conduct educational and targeted activities to enhance the teaching process among children and to strengthen the bond between teachers and children.

Shereen loves spending quality time with her family, reading, and cooking.

Rania Khorchid

Teacher

Rania Khorchid

Teacher

Safaa Najaa

Arabic teacher

Safaa Najaa

Arabic teacher

Safaa grew up in Syria. She holds a BA in Arabic literature from the Lebanon university of Arts and Human Sciences.

She is bilingual and speaks both English and Arabic. Safaa has computer skills and is trained in nursing.

She has always had a passion for and has worked in education for the past 10 years at various schools in Qatar.

Safaa is enthusiastic about helping schools in planning lessons, managing classes. She always wants to support them to become the best.

In her free time, she prefers walking, reading, playing chess, and keeping up with the latest technology.

Eman AlRoby

Arabic Teacher

Eman AlRoby

Arabic Teacher

Hiba Salah

Islamic Teacher

Hiba Salah

Islamic Teacher

Hiba was born and raised in Egypt before relocating to Qatar 11 years ago.

She has always had a passion to work in schools and enjoys interacting with children. She has worked in the education field for the past 8 years in Abdullah bin Jassim before joining The Hamilton International School. Heba is currently taking on a second language, English.

Heba enjoys reading, writing, shopping, and watching tv with her family.

Saja Mousa

AFL Teacher

Saja Mousa
Saja Mousa

Saja Mousa

AFL Teacher

Rouba Othman

Teacher

Rouba Othman

Teacher

Amal Ben Hassine

Teacher

Amal Ben Hassine

Teacher

Hennie Velseco

Learning Assistant

Hennie Velseco

Learning Assistant

Hayet Zarrouk

Teacher