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Introducing ourselves to children and young people: what they want to know

18 January 2021 by

International treaties and current UK legislation outline the requirement for professionals to actively involve and ‘hear’ children and young people…

Book review: ‘Is that clear? Effective communication in a neurodiverse world’

13 January 2021 by , 1 comment

Book authors: Zanne Gaynor, Kathryn Alevizos & Joe Butler This wonderful book provides excellent tips on how to communicate successfully…

Sharing creative ways to work remotely as EPs

8 January 2021 by and

We’d love for the EP community to share fantastic ideas on how you’re working creatively, remotely. We know there’s been…

How to check whether an “educational app” for preschoolers is truly educational?

6 January 2021 by and

As academics from the University of Salford we’ve been working on a project titled “Investigating the educational potential of touchscreen apps…

Coronavirus and Christmas: top tips for talking to children about a ‘plan B’

20 December 2020 by

With recent Coronavirus announcements, a ‘tier 4’ for London and the south-east and a tightening of holiday restrictions many people’s…

Longer read: Who uses EPNET and why

17 November 2020 by

EPNET is a popular mailing list for Educational Psychologists (EPs) and other education professionals.  Roughly 2,800 people are signed up…

Supervision for teachers: why it’s important and what EPs can do

10 November 2020 by and , 4 comments

It’s perplexing that wellbeing practitioners such as psychologists and social workers have regular supervision that is mandatory, yet our wellbeing…

edpsy: our impact in 2020

5 November 2020 by , and

2020 has been an incredible year for us and the EP community. In our first impact report, we reflect on…

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…