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Book review – Poverty safari: understanding the anger of Britain’s underclass

12 July 2022 by

Book author: Darren McGarvey. Poverty Safari is an award-winning book published in 2017 about the socio-economically disadvantaged communities and people…

News: Information about educational psychology for Polish, Panjabi and Urdu speakers

14 June 2022 by

Today we launch our translated ‘about educational psychology‘ pages, a jointly funded project that will help more people understand what…

Project: the role of assistants in EP services in England

16 May 2022 by and

This study aims to explore the role of assistants in EP services across England and possibly provide a starting point for…

The debates on disability and EP work with deaf children 

9 May 2022 by

Former Children’s Minister Sarah Teather recognised the value of EPs during a discussion on funded training arrangements in parliament and…

Group process consultation: practice from the island of Ireland

3 May 2022 by

Group consultation approaches have been a feature of Educational Psychology work for decades, with a wide variety of models and…

A psychological perspective on child Q and police in schools

25 April 2022 by

“Someone walked into the school, where I was supposed to feel safe, took me away from the people who were…

The Long Covid Kids Support Guide

4 April 2022 by

The charity, Long Covid Kids, have launched a new Long Covid Kids Support Guide: “Shining a light on Long Covid in…

Longer read: I wish I didn’t have to: becoming the mother of a child with long covid and an EP working with Long Covid Kids.

4 April 2022 by

19th January 2021 was the day that everything changed for my family; the day I received my positive test result…

SEND Review Green Paper Consultation – questions

29 March 2022 by

The current primary way to respond to the SEND Green Paper Review Consultation is through an online form. This means…

Project: Educational psychologists’ work with children who have a chronic illness

25 March 2022 by

This project aims to consider how educational psychologists are currently working with children who have a chronic illness and what…