Educational Psychologists’ “Race” and Culture Forum (EPRCF)

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Aims, vision and purpose The EPRCF is a special interest group, set up in March 2012. It was established following…

The Journey from Equality to Equity: A tale from the ‘Wee County’

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Clackmannanshire is known as the ‘Wee County’ – the smallest mainland Local Authority in Scotland with a ‘Big Heart’. Context…

EPs and the tuition initiative: a disappointing silence?

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The Government has recently announced that funding will be made available for pupils to receive ‘catch up’ tuition. Although details…

Black and Ethnic Minority Educational Psychology (BEEP) Network

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Aims, vision and purpose BEEP is a network for trainee and qualified Educational Psychologists with an interest in Black, Asian…

Black lives matter: educational professionals and the fight against racism

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I am an EP working in an outer-London borough, where like many other London boroughs, Black and Minority Ethnic (BAME)…

EP Consultation, remote working and Covid-19

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The wonderings of two second year trainees about how to adapt and use consultation during Covid-19 when working with people…

Research: Impact of COVID19 on education sector

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South Tyneside Educational Psychology Service is conducting research seeking to explore and understand the impact that the COVID-19 pandemic is…

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

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