Aleyn joined the governing board of Julian's as a community governor in September 2012. He is Chair of the Achievement Committee and link governor for Maths.
Aleyn is an Associate Director at the Carbon Trust, with over a decade's experience in business and management consulting. He holds a Bachelor's degree in Natural Sciences from Cambridge Univeristy, and a Masters from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology.
Alfie joined the governing body in 2018 and is a member of the Resources Committee. He has previously worked at The Key, an information service that provides support to school leaders and school governors. He is now a Children and Families Social Worker based in London, and is currently studying towards a Masters in Advanced Social Work practice. He has a particular and keen interest in the arts and the extra curricular activities that schools provide, having been heavily involved throughout his school life.
Alice McNeill joined the governing body in 2017 and is a member of the Achievement Committee. She teaches at another local Lambeth primary school, with experience across the year groups, and a particular interest in modern foreign languages and art.
Alice has two children at the West Norwood site.
Alison has been the Headteacher at Julian's since 2003. She has worked in Lambeth since the 80s and has taught across the entire primary age range during her time as a class teacher, Senco, Literacy Consultant and Deputy Head of both an infant and later a primary school.
Alison is committed to ensuring all pupils experience an inclusive and enjoyable learning experience. This has been demonstrated in the vast range of opportunities and enriched experiences Julian's pupils have been introduced to over the last few years.
In her spare time Alison likes to read, spend time with family, walk and train her adorable Tibetan terriers and Westie dog.
Caroline is a community governor and was appointed in 2017. She lives in West Norwood and, after more than 30 years as a manager in the NHS, now works independently as a consultant and executive coach, with a particular focus on strategy, governance and on the development of organisations and individuals. She is also a trustee of a local charity and volunteers with Lambeth Home-Start, supporting families with young children.
Caroline's two children (now adults) attended local state schools and she is passionate about the importance of education and how it can make a significant difference from a very young age.
Chris Davies is a local authority governor who lives in south Streatham. Chris is Vice Chair of Governors and is currently a member of the Resources Committee. He has specific responsibility for Training & Governor Development.
Chris is Director at Tribal a large management consultancy, where he leads work on education.
He is married and has a young son, who keeps him busy outside of work. He is also a Trustee of Southside Young Leaders Academy,a youth charity based in Camberwell.
Christina joined Julian's Primary in September 2013 on the School Direct Programme. She has worked as a Class Teacher across both sites in KS1 and lower KS2 and is now a Year Group Leader.
Christina is a member of the Achievement Committee.
Kelly joined the Governing body in November 2014 and has joint specific responsibility with Polly Lee-Baker for Parent/Carer Liaison & Engagement. Before being elected she was active on the school PTFA, undertaking the role of Vice-Chair for 3 years. She has two children at the West Norwood site in Years 2 and 5.
Outside school Kelly works as a Television Producer Director making family Entertainment shows.
Matt White is a parent governor who joined the governing body in December 2018. He has a daughter at the Streatham site and has been working in the world of technology since the mid 90s.
Stefanie joined the governing body in 2018 and is a member of the Resources Committee.
Stefanie is a Principal Associate in the Financial Services team at the law firm Eversheds Sutherland.
Steve joined the governing body in July 2018. He is a member of the Achievement Committee and has a specific responsibilities for governor training and development.
Having lived locally for 15 years in Streatham Hill, Steve works as a programme and change manager and is currently working on the assessment part of the new Department for Education (DfE) National Assessment and Accreditation System (NAAS) for children and family social workers in England.