At Julian’s Primary School we have an unwavering commitment to inclusion and diversity with the aim and objective that each and every one of our pupils has a full sense of belonging within our school and our community.
We strongly believe that all pupils should be provided with equal opportunities regardless of their age, gender, language, level of attainment, ethnicity, medical condition, background or their special educational needs or disabilities and other attributes which can be perceived as different, including gender reassignment, race, religion or belief and sexual orientation.
Inclusive education at Julian’s means that all pupils attend and are welcomed by the school in age-appropriate classes and are supported to learn, contribute and participate in all aspects of the life of the school. We want our pupils to be safe, achieve, be healthy, enjoy life and grow up to be successful adults who will make a positive contribution to the society in which they live. Where children have additional needs, we ensure that steps are taken to prevent these from becoming a barrier to learning.
Julian’s Primary school is the proud holder of the Inclusion Quality Mark (IQM). We are a Centre of Excellence for Inclusion and in November 2019 we were awarded the IQM Flagship Status. This enables us to share our outstanding practice with other schools in London and neighbouring areas.
Click here to read the IQM Centre of Excellence article published in Jan 2020
Learning Mentor's Support
Our learning mentors, Polly and Kerry, provide pastoral and academic support in our school.
Creating a safe space for children to learn begins with giving them space to breathe
Literacy and Numeracy Support
Our literacy and numeracy pathways provide a clear outline of the processes in place to support children with additional needs