NAPEP ANNUAL CONFERENCE - 10th MAY 2011, OXFORD SPIRES FOUR PILLARS HOTEL:
‘Transforming Educational Psychology Services for Vulnerable Children and Families’
|NAPEP Chair’s Report 2010-11
|NAPEP Secretary's Report 2011
|NAPEP Treasurer's Report 2011
|Dr Seán Cameron, Co-Director of the CPD Doctorate in Educational Psychology, University College London, an Independent Consultant Educational Psychologist and Director of the Pillars of Parenting, Social Enterprise.
'A Social Enterprise model: transforming services for vulnerable children and their families'
|DfE Support and aspiration: A new approach to special educational needs and disability – A consultation
Facilitator: Dr Harriet Martin (NAPEP Past Chair) with Q&A Panel of representatives: Dr Mike Hymans (NAPEP, Chair), Dr Jane Leadbetter (BPS-DECP, Chair) and Kate Fallon (General Secretary, AEP).
NAPEP Response to Consultation, June 2011
|Interactive session – brief presentations followed by group discussions to debate pros, cons and ethical issues of the service models.
Facilitator: Mohammed Bham (NAPEP Chair)
Anne Rushton, Lead Educational Psychologist, Manchester City Council: ‘The development of an EPS delivery model 2008-2011’
Sally Grimstone, Head of Psychology & Inclusion, Slough Borough Council: ‘The changing role of the local authority’
Andrew Lee, Principal Educational Psychologist, The Learning Trust, Hackney: ‘Commissioning principles’
|Kate Fallon, General Secretary of the Association of Educational Psychologists: ‘Not what, but how? How Educational Psychology can be delivered in future.
|Closing remarks by Mohammed Bham, NAPEP Chair 2011-13