Jules Daulby is an experienced inclusion, literacy and assistive technology specialist, writer and public speaker. She has worked in education for more than 20 years as a teacher and in strategic and advisory roles. Jules is also a national leader for @WomenEd and @WomenEd_Tech, both set up to support existing and aspiring women leaders in education and technology. She also campaigns for the prevention of exclusionary practice in mainstream school.
Jules sits on panels as an inclusion expert for the DfE’s Standard and Testing Agency, regularly gives keynote lectures such as the Annual National award for SEN Coordination Conference at Manchester Metropolitan University and Harris Academy’s teacher training programme as their literacy and dyslexia expert. Her engagements take her round the country having spoken at The Festival of Education, South West’s special school heads’ conference and internationally, where she recently spoke at EduRosey’s Education Festival in Switzerland. Jules writes for publications such as Schools Week, Teach Primary and the Times Educational Supplement.
Recently she gave evidence to the Education Select Committee on preventing exclusions, has appeared on Sky News and BBC breakfast and radio stations such as LBC, Radio 5 Live, BBC Radio Solent and Essex discussing exclusions and alternative provision.
Jules is committed to inclusive and comprehensive education.