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Educational Psychology Service (EPS)

Principle Educational Psychologist: Andrea Morgan

The Educational Psychology Service provides advice to the local authority to support assessments of children’s SEN and disability. As part of the statutory process, this work involves working with:

  • Young people with an Education, Health and Care Plan (EHCP). This could include involvement in annual review processes and updated consultation, with a focus upon key transition points for the young person. We also provide support to the local authority and schools and settings with the SEN and Disability Tribunal process.
  • Young people where an Education, Health and Care Needs Assessment has been initiated. We have a duty to provide psychological advice to the local authority as part of this process.
  • Pre-school children who have been discussed at an Early Years Planning and Review Meeting (EYPARM) and where it has been agreed that EP involvement is appropriate.

For further information about both the statutory and traded work of this service, please visit the Educational Psychology Service’s pages on West Sussex Services for Schools.