Secondary Staff


Geraldine Galman  Bautista, Head of science department

with the degree of Bachelor of Science in Industrial Education and Bachelor of Science in Elementary Education, a Licensed Professional Teacher. I Obtained units in Post Graduate degree Master of Arts in Education in
Psychology Major in Guidance and Counseling, Certificate in Special Educational Needs courses, and Certificate in Engaging with professional development courses.  I have been teaching for almost 30 years both local and international. My experience gave me the confidence to teach both American and British curriculum. Currently, I am the Head of Science department and teaching year 7 and 8 Chemistry, Physics and Biology.
I joined PCS in 2018 as Science teacher.  I am a passionate teacher, keen to spread positivity and genuinely enjoy teaching and engaging with student. I love creating a positive learning environment that will lead to effective learning and help develop a well-rounded individual.

Jacqueline Bushara,
Secondary Teacher

I joined the PCS family in 2021 as a Chemistry and Biology teacher for year 9 (checkpoint) and year 10 (IGCSE).
I graduated as a pharmacist from the University of Medical Sciences and Technology (UMST) and I have a master's degree in clinical pharmacy. I changed my career in 2015 to become a teacher after having met the requirements of a number of teaching courses offered by the British Council. I believe that teachers make a real difference in the lives of children, shaping them to become strong, educated, and well-behaved adults. I very much want to be part of that.

Aline Turner, Law professor

She has been practicing law at the French-speaking Brussels Bar since 2006. She has worked in various major law firms based in Brussels, as member and then head of their litigation/arbitration practice groups.

Hibatalla Hatim Hussein , Arabic Head of Secondary Arabic

I have had a total of twelve years experience in both Arabic and Islamiyat subjects, starting as assistant 2008 and now holding a teachers position. My academic qualifications include a Bachelors degree in English and I am a registered IGCSE Arabic teacher. To improve by approach to teaching and learning I successfully completed a Postgraduate Diploma in Education. 
As part of my skill set I have focused on teaching Arabic as a foreign language besides Arabic first language always striving to explore more productive approaches to learning, filling in gaps where limited understanding occurs in students. Special needs candidates are close to my heart and I have developed better approaches to meet their challenges.
Being a mother of 3, I understand the difficulties of being a teacher and a parent, but I believe I am finding the right balance to undertake both successfully.
Alaa Farah Suliman , English Teacher

 moved to Sudan from the United States in 2021. She obtained her bachelor’s degree in Electrical Engineering from California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo. After working for over six years in the corporate world, she decided to pursue a more fulfilling career where she could make a bigger impact. With extensive tutoring experience in college, as well as leading middle and high school halaqas at the Muslim Community Association (MCA) in Santa Clara, she started teaching at Peace Terrace Academy in Fremont, California. For over a decade, Alaa has since been in the education field holding different teaching positions and in 2020, was promoted to the Vice principal position.
In her spare time, Alaa enjoys learning about Islam and its beautiful teachings. She also volunteers her time with local groups to help rebuild the country and give back. One of her favorite quotes and mottos:
“Too often we underestimate the power of a touch, a smile, a kind word, a listening ear, an honest compliment, or the smallest act of caring, all of which have the potential to turn a life around.” Leo F. Buscaglia

Randa Mohamed Elbakri ,  Secondary Humanities Teacher

Bachelor degree in English language department/ Faculty of Arts
High Diploma in TEFL ( Teaching English as a foreign language) University of Khartoum.
Certified Professional Trainer ( Better Life Center)
Model United Nation Director certification Doha / Qatar
Certificate in teaching teaching children with learning disabilities (Unity High School)
Several certificates in teaching strategies/ lesson plans/ Classroom management (British Council Sudan)
Certificate in Translation (Suna Sudan)
Mini MBA certification.

Interested in teaching History/ English Literature/ Environmental Management, Preparing students for attending and participating in MUN conferences. Organizing events and trips.

Aline Turner, Law professor

She has been practicing law at the French-speaking Brussels Bar since 2006. She has worked in various major law firms based in Brussels, as member and then head of their litigation/arbitration practice groups.

Mina George Milad, Secondary Physics Teacher

I'm very proud to be a staff member of purple crayon international school . I started my teaching career when i was in the first year in the university of medical science and technology. I was the dux of my batch for 5 consecutive years scoring a gpa ( grade point average) of 5 out of 5. I got inspired in this field when i was in the early stages of school whereby i used to gather my colleges and start to teach them topics that were a bit hard for them to understand. This my fifth year of teaching in international schools and i wish its not the last. This is my first year in purple crayon, its such an amazing community to teach whereby we all feel like its our second home. I wish to be there for all of my life time.

Mohammed Babiker, ICT teacher

I have 10 years of experience in education and industry, both locally and abroad. I have a PhD in ICT.  On joining PCS Secondary I have been allocated the responsibility of supervising IGCSE & AS/A ICT exams besides my daily ICT classes. I fully grasp the relevance of computers and media in our children's future and therefore want to see them fully prepared for their tomorrow.