Supporting new initiatives in the EP community

10 January 2022 by

‘Community’ is one of our core values and we want to try to live these values by offering a reflective…

edpsy at five

6 January 2022 by , and

When we started edpsy five years ago, we didn’t guess how much it would ‘take off’. Five years on and…

Trans awareness week and educational psychology

17 November 2021 by

Each year between the 13th and 19th November, people, communities and organisations participate in Transgender Awareness Week. This is a…

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: EPs views towards standardised cognitive assessments

20 September 2021 by

Standardised cognitive assessments form a core part of many Educational Psychologist’s (EPs) work. However, these tools are controversial and there…

Project: Plain English in Educational Psychology

9 July 2021 by

We want to collect as many examples of jargon used in educational psychology as possible, then facilitate a crowd sourced…

Time to connect: ‘Conversations about Consultation’ a podcast

8 July 2021 by and

As the pandemic has led to increased accessibility of online video conferencing and recording it felt like the right time…

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…

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…

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…