St Julians School

INCLUSION and Wellbeing

Our Inclusion and Wellbeing team work with many of our students to remove any barriers to learning. Along with dealing with behavioural incidents, they also provide emotional support for a range of issues which include bereavement, anger management, mental health issues, self-harm and friendship problems. 

Our Inclusion Team, led by Mrs Payne (far left), work with students who require a bespoke form of support in order to keep them engaged in their learning.

This may include students who have been absent from school for periods of time or students who are struggling to make progress over a number of subjects. Their role is vital to ensure that all students leave St Julian’s with formal qualifications.  

We are excited to share the news that we have a new Inclusion Hwb, where all members of the Inclusion and Wellbeing team are located. The Inclusion Hwb is available in the Tech Block for any students that need help with learning, wellbeing and attitudes.


Learning Coach

Within school we have Learning Coaches that provide support on a 1-1 or small group setting: working with pupils to overcome Learning Barriers. They are able to offer support to pupils not working to a normal timetable and also support them in completing coursework and controlled assessments.

Our Learning Coaches provide individual guidance and coaching, helping pupils to develop study skills revision strategies and exam preparation. They also able to offer additional qualifications.

Inclusion and Wellbeing Team
Mrs L Payne - Inclusion and Wellbeing Manager 
Mrs K Griffiths - Learning Coach
Mrs A Campbell - Pastoral and Inclusion Officer
Mrs K Delahey - Pastoral and Inclusion Officer 
Mr S Jenkins - Pastoral and Inclusion Officer 
Mrs H Vinnicombe - Pastoral Support Admin Officer 

Mrs L Paske - Wellbeing and Child Protection Officer 
Mrs H Trebble - Attendance and Engagement Officer
Mrs A Bailey - Education Welfare Officer (EWO)


Support for Young Carers

Carers Trust South East Wales have participated in a useful session with Dwr Cymru, who explained the different tariffs and support they have in place for low income households.

Please see the image below which has information and support from Dwr Cymru aimed at young carers who may be struggling with paying bills.