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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…

Longer read: Creating better contexts for cognitive development: Relational Frame Theory and experimental psychology

29 March 2021 by

A few years ago I was invited to present at a day long symposium in Chichester for Educational Psychologists and…

Longer read: School catch-up: using the engagement model to face coronavirus challenges

21 February 2021 by

Throughout this pandemic I have been struck by a gap. No, not the achievement gap between more and less disadvantaged…

Longer read: Free to think: igniting the fire or filling the vessel?

31 January 2021 by and , 3 comments

Free speech. We appear to have reached a point where the use of these words or endeavours to discuss this…

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…

Longer read: Reflections on Pyramid Planning Meetings one year on

15 September 2020 by

One year ago, Doncaster EPS made the decision to change our service delivery model. We moved from individual planning meetings…

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…

Longer read: Pupil views around the Covid-19 pandemic: an opportunity for change in education?

We are currently living through one of the most life-shifting experiences in recent memory. There have been changes in the…

Longer read: Holistic circles – a visual representation of a child’s strengths and needs

10 March 2020 by , 3 comments

Writing EHC assessments tends to be linear and for me there is a frustration in ‘chopping up’ a person in…

Longer read: Supported employment programmes for young adults with learning disabilities

30 October 2019 by

There are 1.4 million people in the UK classified as having a learning disability but according to recent estimates, just…