Talking to children and young people about war in Ukraine

1 March 2022 by and , 5 comments

‘Children are both our reason to eliminate the worst aspects of armed conflict and our best hope of succeeding in…

All is calm, all is bright – planning for an inclusive and festive December

27 November 2021 by

It’s beginning to feel a lot like Christmas. The schools that we work with are starting to shift their focus…

Book review: ‘Being me – poems about thoughts, worries and feelings’

29 September 2021 by , , and

‘Being me’ is a collection of poems for children and young people and so we hand the initial reviews over…

Using virtual rooms as EPs: top ten tips to get started

26 January 2021 by

The COVID-19 pandemic has proved a challenging time for Educational Psychologists. Nonetheless it has allowed us to deliver our core…

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: 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…

Updated: Coronavirus (COVID-19) information for children, families and professionals

30 April 2020 by , 15 comments

There is lots of information across the internet about how to talk to or support children and young people who…