Where Did Jacqueline Wilson Go to School?

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Jacqueline Wilson attended Latchmere Primary School and Coombe Girls Secondary School, during this time there were no universities so she never attended the university. She had spent her childhood in Kingston-on-Thames, where she still lives today and she is a full-time writer.
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Jacqueline Wilson went to Latchmere Primary School. After Latchmere, she moved on to Coombe Girls' School, which she still visits to this day. Kingston University has named the main hall at its Penrhyn Road campus Jacqueline Wilson Hall in recognition of her connections with Kingston upon Thames.
Jacqueline Wilson schooled at the Lee Manor Primary, in Lewisham, south London and later at the Latchmere Primary in Kingston upon Thames. The renowned author has written over 90 books, including the Tracy Beaker series and Double Act, for which she also wrote the Channel 4 screenplay.
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