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Council Services:

Development and School Improvement

Educational psychologists also undertake development work at a strategic level. This work helps schools, parents and other professionals to meet children’s needs together, from a clear evidence base. Typical examples include:

  • Effective Learning
  • Pupil Participation
  • Learning Support Assistant training e.g. managing behaviour and conflict resolution
  • Higher Level Teaching Assistant training - Behaviour and Classroom management
  • Anger Management
  • NAS EarlyBird Plus programmes for parents of children who have a diagnosis of Autism Spectrum
  • NAS Autism Seminars for Families
  • Promoting Positive Behaviour
  • Critical Incident Responses/Bereavement and Loss
  • Development of curriculum based responses to speech and language difficulties e.g. First Call
  • Development of curriculum based responses to motor difficulties e.g 1st move
  • FRIENDS - an anxiety prevention programme
  • Teacher coaching
  • Anti-bullying work
  • Training for early years staff e.g. Autism in the Early Years and Early Years SENCO training
  • Developing language skills
  • Working effectively to develop motor co-ordination
  • Developing play
  • Generic Autism Awareness
  • Solution Focused Problem Solving
  • Risk taking in learning
  • SEAL materials
  • Wave 3 interventions in literacy and numeracy
  • Development  work with parents and/or the local community

Additionally we deliver bespoke training courses and development activities to staff in schools, preschool settings and Children’s Centres. Some of our training activities have been delivered county-wide.

School Improvement

Using evidence based practice we work to:

  • Support schools in the raising of educational standards for all children.
  • Support schools in developing effective procedures for meeting the needs of all children.
  • Support schools in exploring and implementing behavioural approaches.
  • Help promote and support equal opportunities and inclusive practices in schools

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Last updated: 4 August 2017

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