Jenny Wong

Jenny Wong


Pedagogue for English as Additional Language (EAL) and CACHE (Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education, UK).

Bachelor of Arts (Education), Trained Special Teacher’s Certificate

Teaching English as Foreign Language Certificate.

Jenny Wong is a very experienced and qualified teacher who has held positions as a classroom teacher, Education Consultant and various leadership roles while working in her home country of Australia.

She has had extensive experience teaching in Special Education Schools and Mainstream Schools.

Jenny joined EtonHouse in 2008.  She has worked in EtonHouse International Schools in Jinan, Yiwu, Suzhou and now Wuxi.  As well as working with students and families she has been a lecturer in the Cache program, a teacher-training program offered to Early Years teachers in EtonHouse Bi-Lingual Programs in China.

Jenny is a passionate teacher and leader who thrives in an atmosphere where students are continually challenged to become independent thinkers, life-long learners and responsible global minded citizens of the world. She very much appreciates the diversity ofstudents and families in EtonHouse International Schools in China and the uniqueness each one of them brings to the school culture.

Cheryl Kelly

Cheryl Kelly

Executive Principal

EtonHouse China

BA, purchase MA, adiposity PGC (TESOL), click Dip. Ed.

Cheryl Kelly is an experienced International School Principal and has held leadership roles in EtonHouse Singapore and China over the last several years. She is an Australian educator, from Perth, Western Australia. In addition to her experience as an Australian School Principal, she has worked in China, the Middle East, Malaysia and Latin America. Cheryl has extensive experience in the International Baccalaureate. She has worked as the Head of an IB World School, a PYP coordinator and PYP teacher in her international career.

Cheryl has a strong commitment to continuous improvement in teaching and learning, through ongoing professional development for teachers. In China she was also the senior lecturer and manager of the CACHE program (Council for Awards in Care, Health and Education, UK), delivered by EtonHouse whereby a teacher training program was offered for Early Years teachers. Cheryl has been involved in establishing and running bilingual programs in Asia, Brazil and the Middle East. The focus of her work is to improve learning outcomes for children. To this end, she works to ensure that the curriculum, the learning environment, staffing, resources and community involvement in the school are all focussed on quality outcomes for students.

News & Events

Exhibition Invitation

You are invited to… PYP6 EXHIBITION 2015 This event is a celebration of the learning journeys of PYP6 students.  It is the culmination of their education in the primary Years Program and the transition into their education in ...

April 29, 2015


Christmas Celebration

Wuxi EtonHouse celebrated their annual Christmas celebration last Thursday night. There was amazing performances from all the students. Every child that performed showed willingness, ailment talent and enthusiasm.. Thank you Mr. Brown for all the hard ...

December 12, 2014