Subject Leader in Education
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Julian is the subject leader of SEN and Inclusion and the programme leader for the National Award in Special Educational Needs Coordination. Special areas of interest for Julian, in a teaching and research capacity, include the promotion of inclusive attitudes through professional development and school improvement. He is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, a member of the Northampton PATOSS group and holds an SpLD Assessment Practising Certificate.
Prior to joining Northampton in 2010, Julian spent fifteen years in primary, middle, secondary and special-school classrooms in a diverse range of roles from supporting learners, as a teaching assistant, to managing provision and supporting colleagues as a teacher, SENCo and Senior Leader.
Julian has been a researcher on two funded research projects, including ‘Success at School’, a European project which examined methods for supporting young people who were at risk of not being involved with education, training or employment. Currently, he is involved in non-funded research investigating the impact of postgraduate training for Special Educational Needs Coordinators. Julian has supervised undergraduate and postgraduate dissertations since he joined the university.
For publications, projects, datasets, research interests and activities, view Julian Brown’s research profile on Pure, the University of Northampton’s Research Explorer.