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Resources: ‘Kind words for kids’ – strengths cards for a modern world

20 September 2021 by

‘Kind Words for Kids‘ are a deck of 40, beautifully illustrated, cards designed by Amel El Achkar as a way…

Project: EPs views towards standardised cognitive assessments

20 September 2021 by

Standardised cognitive assessments form a core part of many Educational Psychologist’s (EPs) work. However, these tools are controversial and there…

Educational psychology training open events – UK wide

15 September 2021 by , and

This page has information about the dates, times and additional details for Doctoral EP training course open events across the…

Book review: Mindfulness in the early years

13 September 2021 by

Book author: Erica Douglas-Osborn What is mindfulness? “Mindfulness is awareness that arises through paying attention, on purpose, in the present…

Becoming an EP – #NoWrongPath

9 September 2021 by

Some months ago on twitter, EPs from across the country talked about their employment journeys to becoming an educational psychologist….

Longer read: Disproportionality in SEN referrals: why so many boys?

7 September 2021 by

It seems like one of those statements that has been said so many times and is so widely accepted that…

Supporting LGBTQI+ people in Afghanistan

30 August 2021 by , and

Donate now and help us fundraise to support the work of Rainbow Railroad in Afghanistan and around the world. LGBTQI+…

Book review: ‘Creating the world we want to live in’

28 July 2021 by

Book authors: Bridget Grenville-Cleave, Dora Gudmundsdottir, Felicia Huppert, Vanessa King, David Roffey, Sue Roffey and Marten de Vries. A common…

News: Every EP job vacancy on edpsy funds climate positive projects

13 July 2021 by , and

We’ve worked hard over the past two years to ensure that we are operating as sustainably as possible, and we’re…

Project: Plain English in Educational Psychology

9 July 2021 by

We want to collect as many examples of jargon used in educational psychology as possible, then facilitate a crowd sourced…