Downloads

Here are some resources including our referral form, information leaflets about working with an educational psychologist, and some of the blank templates we use and recommend when gathering and organising information about children and young people.

 

Each time the referral form is used please also use the appropriate Information Leaflet and the Privacy Notice.

 

If you click on the document you're interested in, a prompt should appear asking you to choose whether you want to save and download the file.

Service information

Where does the time go?
We are sometimes asked for information about the different ways that EP time can be used, with estimates of time required to carry out different pieces of work. This can be helpful if you're not sure what to commission from us.
Where does the time go.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [482.3 KB]
Referral to educational psychologist - children and young people
Use this form to gather some basic background information and signed consent if it has been agreed that an assessment by the psychologist or a detailed discussion of an individual is needed.
EP referral form.docx
Microsoft Word document [48.9 KB]
Referral to educational psychologist - adults
Use this form to gather some basic background information and signed consent for an assessment and/or a detailed discussion of a person aged 18 years or older.
EP referral form HE.docx
Microsoft Word document [48.5 KB]
Privacy Notice
This is a statement of our compliance with the Data Protection Act 2018 and a description of the personal information we hold and how we process it.
Solent Psychology LLP Privacy Notice.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [178.8 KB]

Working with an educational psychologist

Here are four different versions of our information leaflet about meeting and working with an educational psychologist. They are differentiated into broad age bands and there is also one for parents and carers.

 

We hope the leaflets are useful as brief sources of information about the role of the EP and that they will answer some of the main questions that children and young people and their parents might have in advance of meeting an EP.

 

We're very aware that even the simplest language on the primary aged leaflet will be too difficult for some children to read. In those circumstances we hope that an adult will share the reading and in all cases where children are accessing these leaflets we hope that adults will attempt to answer as many of their questions as they are able.

 

If you are using the 'Referral to educational psychologist' form please also use the appropriate information leaflets with the form, as part of reasonable efforts to ensure that the child or young person and their parents are in a position to give informed consent to participate in the meeting with the EP.

 

We welcome feedback about the usefulness of these resources and would be pleased to answer any questions directly that are not covered by their contents.

Information leaflet about the EP for primary aged pupils
What does an ed psych primary.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [427.3 KB]
Information leaflet about the EP for secondary aged pupils
What does an ed psych secondary.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [431.1 KB]
Information leaflet about the EP for post 16 students
What does an ed psych post 16.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [429.5 KB]
Information leaflet about the EP for parents and carers
What does an ed psych parent family.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [396.0 KB]

Information gathering

Pupil Progress Tracking questionnaire
This questionnaire is used to gather information from staff and family members about a child or young person's strengths and difficulties. We will often ask for this to be completed at the start of our involvement.
PPT+Qaire.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [161.2 KB]
Always, Often, Sometimes blank proforma
This is a template for an initial discussion about a behaviour plan or good practice in quality relationships and behaviour management. There is more information about AOS on our Bright Ideas page, accessed via the Home page.
AOS new blank.pdf
Adobe Acrobat document [199.4 KB]
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