Inclusive Learning Service: Stoke-on-Trent Educational & Child Psychology Team
Psychologists provide a range of advisory support, on provision, assessment and training resources and programmes to schools, other providers of education and care for children and young people and their families/service providers from 0-25 years old.
They provide this both pre-statutory assessment, throughout statutory assessment and for those with statutory provision.
They cover the needs and related training/resource areas for every aspect of child development and education - especially under each main area of the Code of Practice for SEN:
Cognition & Learning
Learning Style and Learning readiness
Communication and Interaction
Visual Impairment & it’s impact on development
Hearing Impairment & it’s impact on development
Social, Emotional & Mental Health
Other mental health states
In the first instance, parents and others caring for/providing a service to children or young people should try to discuss concerns with providers of universal services (e.g. schools/other settings/visiting professionals such as Health Visitors), who will seek our advice for you or signpost you to us.
Who to contact
- Contact Name
- Dr Michele Perry-Springer
- Contact Position
- Principle Educational Psychologist (interim)
- 01782 234700
Where to go
Stoke on Trent
- ST4 3NR