Educational Psychology

One of the largest educational psychology services in England, with an in-depth knowledge of child development and applied psychological theory.

We provide a range of specialist services within the education, health and care sectors, to ultimately support and ensure children and young people, particularly the most vulnerable, access education.

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Our dynamic services enable us to effectively respond to the complex challenges our most vulnerable communities face.

Most importantly, we know how to engage with children and young people, ensuring their voice remains central to every discussion around their needs and every decision about their future.


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Children and Young People

We predominantly support children and young people who experience special educational needs and/or disabilities (SEND) in the following categories, as outlined in the SEND Code of Practice:

  • Social, emotional and mental health
  • Communication and interaction
  • Cognition and learning
  • Sensory and physical

We also support children and young people who experience other vulnerabilities who may also have SEND. These include children and young people:

  • At risk from school exclusion
  • In the care and/or youth justice system
  • Who are very anxious about being in school which impacts on their attendance
  • Exploring and understanding their identity (e.g. gender, ethnicity, orientation)
  • At risk of not being in education or employment
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Staff and Professionals

Working alongside and supporting school staff is a core part of our role. It is very important to us that schools can come to us for support and help. Advising senior leadership teams, special needs coordinators and teaching staff is vital in terms of understanding pupil needs and how they can be supported.

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Individual Level Support

Specialist Holistic Assessments

We can assess the educational needs of CYP using a wide range of assessment techniques. We can assess and find solutions to CYPs learning, communication and mental health difficulties.

Consultation services

We can talk with teachers, support staff and parents, to explore and co-produce strategies that support a CYP who is finding a part of school life difficult. ·

Therapeutic support

We can provide therapeutic support for CYP who are experiencing difficulties in school, which is impacting on his or her mental health.

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Group or Class Level Support

A range of group based interventions for children, staff/professionals and parents.

We can deliver group interventions to support a CYPs learning, communication or mental health. We can provide group work for parents who are wanting to develop skills and approaches to support their child’s needs at home. 

Advising on classroom level issues- such as teaching methodologies and approaches, classroom adaptations and peer dynamics

We can work with class teachers to develop teaching approaches that will further help a CYP engage in learning.

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Organisation Level Support

Advising on school practice policy’s

We can work with schools to help develop parts of different school policies such SEND, Behaviour and Relationships. 

Support curriculum design 

We can work with schools to help them develop curriculum adaptations that can promote inclusion and the effective teaching of CYP experiencing SEND. 

Staff capacity building and CPD 

We deliver workshops and training in vast range of areas. 

Conducting action based research in your school to develop practice 

We are trained and skilled researchers. You can ask us to explore a whole school issue, we can research this issue and provide you with findings and constructive solutions.

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Why choose One Education for Educational Psychology?

Our guiding principles as a service are central to our practice in which we:

· Promote and activate inclusion, equality and positive change by placing the interests of children/young people and their family at the centre of all our work

· Promote social justice

· Apply evidence-based psychology to formulate our understanding of issues presented to us

· Work collaboratively with partners

All our Educational Psychologists are registered with the Health and Care Professions Council (HCPC).

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