Educational Psychologist

Location Oxfordshire
Salary £400 - £470 per day
1. Applying psychology to improve outcomes for children and young people with SEN and additional educational needs.

2. Using family and child centred approaches to working in partnership with parents and children with SEN/AEN, embracing the principles of Early Support and person centred planning.

3. Working collaboratively with schools, settings, other agencies and services, promoting partnership working, early intervention and integrated local solutions.

4. This post holder is responsible for ensuring that Safeguarding policies and procedures are adhered to and concerns are raised in accordance with these policies.


1. Provide statutory educational psychology services to the county.

2. Ensure compliance with statutory responsibilities for children and young people aged 0 – 25 with SEN/AEN and adherence to the EPS, SEN and inclusion strategies, policies, procedures.

3. Independently maintain up to date knowledge and skills in assessment, monitoring and tracking progress of children and young people with SEN/LDD 0 – 25 years of age, including knowledge of evidence informed best practice.

4. Contribute to preparation for adulthood  where appropriate within statutory work

5. To work creatively with schools, other agencies and services to develop individually tailored solutions based on an understanding of evidence informed best practice through statutory work.