Educational Psychology Service (EPS)
Worcestershire EPS provides a
specialist psychological service to schools within Worcestershire
and to children with statements of special educational needs (SENs)
of Worcestershire residents educated elsewhere.
- To support families and schools in raising the standard of
achievement of pupils particularly those with SEN
- To promote inclusive policies and practice
- To promote and support the inclusion of Children and Young
People with Special Educational Needs (SEN) in schools, settings
and their community.
Band B (PDF 199 KB) ;
Band C (PDF 199 KB);
Band D (PDF 199 KB) and
Band E (PDF 199 KB) schools are available for
Evaluation of The Educational Psychologist Service (2012
In the Autumn term (2012) the EPS underwent a
comprehensive evaluation by schools across Worcestershire. A full
version of this document is
available for download (PDF 210 KB)
About The Service
Find out more through our
About the Service page.
What to Expect
What you can expect from the
Educational Psychology Service.
Find out more about the services
provided and about Training and Courses we offer.
Procedures for accessing support from the
team for a child with Special Educational Needs
Information for Parents and
for Schools about accessing support.
The Service deals with complaints as quickly
as possible using the Local Authority’s Complaints Procedure.
We encourage an initial discussion of issues with the Educational
Psychologist concerned. If the matter cannot be
resolved in this way, contact should be made with the
appropriate Area Senior Educational
We would much prefer to address and resolve
any problems around service delivery than allow frustration to
build up in schools.
Get in touch for more information
For general enquiries and advice you can get in touch with the
team on our Contact Information page.
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This page was last reviewed 27 September 2013 at 9:08.
The page is next due for review 26 March 2015.