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Educational Psychologists:

  • Build capacity in schools through working systemically and using psychological frameworks
  • Provide targeted contact through educational psychology consultations. These are meetings booked in advance by parents, settings, or professionals. This approach is aimed to support:

    a) Partnership working with an EP to plan next steps and involves those concerned with the issue(s) needing to be raised
    b) Complex casework where outcomes have not been met and where progress is resistant to planned intervention(s)

  • Provide support for schools following a critical incident

Find out more about the role:

Educational Psychology Service (


We value:

  • Work/life balance and staff wellbeing
  • Flexibility of working practices
  • Prioritisation of professional and peer supervision, separate from line management
  • Keeping up to date with, and contributing to, research and evidence based practice
  • Staff views and collaboration to develop our service to promote the impact made to children and young people’s life outcomes