The Educational Psychology Service (EPS) supports the development and learning of children,
adolescents and young adults (age 0-25), helping schools to raise
achievement and deliver positive outcomes for children and young people. We offer psychological assessment and review, evidence based interventions and
staff support to promote the inclusion and well-being of children and young
people. We are skilled in carrying out research, supporting organisational
change and delivering evidenced-based therapeutic interventions. The EPS offers
two types of packages to schools; EP Service Days and Bespoke EP Projects.
The Educational Psychology Service (EPS) is also responsible for providing psychological advice for statutory Education, Health and Care Needs Assessments and contributing to the annual reviews of children and young people with Education, Health & Care Plans. These are core services which are provided free to schools, outside of any service level agreement.