The Long Covid Kids Support Guide

4 April 2022 by

The charity, Long Covid Kids, have launched a new Long Covid Kids Support Guide: “Shining a light on Long Covid in…

Longer read: I wish I didn’t have to: becoming the mother of a child with long covid and an EP working with Long Covid Kids.

4 April 2022 by

19th January 2021 was the day that everything changed for my family; the day I received my positive test result…

From conception to implementation – reflections on creating the MeLSA training intervention

15 February 2022 by

This blog details the journey taken by a group of EPs in the development of a training programme for TAs…

Mediated learning: video series

15 February 2022 by

The videos below were created during the COVID-19 pandemic when many families were grappling with home schooling. They were created…

Continuing to use a data & trauma-informed approach to supporting learners in a post-COVID world

1 November 2021 by and , 1 comment

We wrote here last year about the authority-wide mental health and wellbeing survey we had undertaken which allowed us to…

What is school like for you? Experiences of education during and after lockdown.

17 May 2021 by and

This collaborative project was devised by Hannah Williams and Dr Jane Park to enable the views, thoughts, feelings and experiences…

Back to school: some key considerations

Monday 8th means, for many children, back to school. We’ve tried to distill three key messages to sensitively support children,…

Return to school: finding space to listen and reflect

7 March 2021 by , 1 comment

Monday 8th March 2021 brings another full return to school for children and young people and with that comes uncertainty, change,…

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…

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…