Jules Daulby is a Literacy and SEN specialist for the Dorset Teaching School Alliance (DTSA). She has worked in education for more than twenty years and has taught in primary, secondary, FE and HE. In addition, Jules has worked for Dorset Local Authority for Parent Partnership and SENSS. Currently Jules works at Thomas Hardye School in Dorchester heading up a specialist speech and language base and organising an alternative curriculum for some students. Another one of her roles is Literacy co-ordinator for the Dorchester Area School Partnership (DASP); this comprises 11 first schools, 3 middle schools and feeding into the Upper school where she is based.
Jules Daulby is also a National leader and co-founder of #WomenEd. This is a grass roots movement to support existing and aspiring leaders in education. #WomenEd has held two national conferences and many regional events. The group has become influential in education, DFE policy and are regularly contacted by the press.