On the value of not being a psychologist

27 September 2021 by

Educational psychologists have recognised the potential impact of the pandemic on children’s social development, particularly at school. However, a walking…

Project: The ethnic profile of 21st century educational psychology

25 May 2021 by

There is currently a lack of data about the ethnic profile of the educational psychology profession. How you can help…

Reflections of a disabled educational psychologist

9 February 2021 by and

My name is Emily, I am a recently qualified Educational Psychologist working in Doncaster, and I have a physical disability…

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…

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…

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…

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…

Reflections on being working class in a middle class profession

9 September 2020 by , 3 comments

I am a trainee educational psychologist (EP). I am also from a working-class family. I grew up in a council…

Power in EP collaboration: making sense of pupil experiences and key messages

25 August 2020 by and

Mid-way through the C-19 lockdown, our colleagues at Southend-on-Sea sent out a survey to gain pupils views about their education…

Summer CPD: our top 5 blogs this year

3 August 2020 by

It might be the case that some of our readers will have some chance over the summer to catch up…