Working with Schools
Schools often report that Educational Psychology support can be highly prescriptive and not always fit for purpose.
We value getting to know your setting and shaping our involvement and feedback around the culture of your school.
We work directly with schools and multi-academy trusts, providing child centred services that are tailored to your needs. Through collaboration, we ensure you are getting the service that best meets your requirements.
Contact us to arrange a free initial discussion and find out how Learning & Wellbeing Psychology can support your setting.
Contracts ensure priority access to Educational Psychology services. They are the most cost-effective method for purchasing time with Learning & Wellbeing Psychology and allow for flexibility to create a bespoke package for your school or MAT.
Specialist assessments may take the form of a single assessment or a complex assessment. Through this, you will improve your understanding of a student's indiviudal profile on strengths and needs, allowing you to address any issues that may impede students' learning.
Different consultation packages allow us to meet the needs of different people. Our Home-School Consultation is designed to bring key stakeholders together and form a shared understanding of the situation. Our Plan, Do, Review Consultation feeds directly into the graduated approach, in a time-effective way.
Using Health Checks, we position ourselves as external consultants within your school system, methodically reviewing processes set up in your setting related to Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND), Social, Emotional and Mental Health (SEMH) or Pupil Premium (PP).
Whether you want an 'off the shelf' training session or a more bespoke suite of CPD, our training can be adapted to meet the needs of your setting. Our most popular sessions include Emotion Coaching, Attachment in the Classroom, Trauma-Informed Practice and Emotionally Based School Non-attendance.
We can support with the training and running of many interventions including Emotional Literacy Support Assistants (ELSA), Learning About Neurodiversity at School (LEANS), Video Interactive Guidance (VIG) and social skills groups.
Supervision should provide a safe space where staff feel able to discuss concerns they might have without worries related to performance. This acts as a safeguard against inappropriate or inconsistent practice. To create that division between supervision and line management, many schools see the benefits of purchasing external supervision.
All our services can be found in our brochure.
Phone: 0300 303 5197
Location: Buckinghamshire, Oxfordshire, Milton Keynes, Hertfordshire, Bedfordshire, Warwickshire, Coventry and surrounding areas