Carrie Bray

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Carrie Bray is the Senior Practitioner for Looked After Children (LAC) within One Education Educational Psychology Team. She has over ten years’ experience working as an Educational Psychologist across Manchester and Tameside.

In this time she has worked extensively with foster carers, social workers, residential carers, teachers and members of the Virtual School to support and promote the positive outcomes of looked after children and young people.

Prior to qualifying as an Educational Psychologist, Carrie initially worked as a mainstream primary school teacher and then, for nine years, as Headteacher across two Independent DFE Approved Special Schools which provided education for looked after children with complex emotional and social needs.

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Educational Psychology

LAC: Educational Progress Protected by Care System

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In November 2015 the findings of the first major study to explore the relationship between educational outcomes, care histories and individual characteristics of children was published.

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