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Getting greener: switching to a green webhost

28 October 2020 by and

We recently switched our our web hosting provider to one that powers its computers solely from renewable energy. We’ve had…

Reflections on my Work with Bilingual Children

26 October 2020 by

Growing up in a Nigerian home I was accustomed to my parents speaking in pidgin English and quickly adjusted to…

Operation Encompass and the National Teachers’ Helpline for children experiencing domestic abuse

21 October 2020 by and

The helpline provides free, immediate, accessible and confidential psychology support to staff working in schools. Teacher’s National Helpline: Number: 0204…

Jobs for EPs on edpsy: our latest feature

19 October 2020 by , and

Before summer we launched a new jobs feature on the site. This is a jobs board where any roles that…

Inclusion and equity: the big challenge for education systems

6 October 2020 by , 1 comment

Despite 25 years of international debate, there remains considerable confusion in the field as to what the idea of inclusive…

Recovery at its best: 5 key principles to support school following critical incidents

24 September 2020 by

In the midst of the coronavirus pandemic, Nottinghamshire Educational Psychology Service were asked to develop a resource to support schools…

Project: Children and young people’s return to education in September 2020

22 September 2020 by and , 1 comment

This post is part of a pilot project that edpsy is running in collaboration with Southend and Nottingham City EPS…

A data-driven, Readiness for Learning approach to supporting learners return to school following COVID-19

21 September 2020 by

These are, as so many have already commented, unprecedented times. Understanding the impact of the past three months on our…

Reflections on being working class in a middle class profession

9 September 2020 by , 2 comments

I am a trainee educational psychologist (EP). I am also from a working-class family. I grew up in a council…

Longer read: The Little Elf Returns to School: turning to narrative in a pandemic

2 September 2020 by , 1 comment

The ‘Little Elf and the Flowers of Hope and Bravery’ is a therapeutic story written to help primary aged children…