To provide interim support to the Educational Psychology Service during a period of transition from the current PEP post holder, and for a period of time into the new term.
To liaise, and work closely with the current PEP, and Senior EP’s to ensure a smooth transition.
To provide management and supervision to Educational Psychologists and Trainee Educational Psychologists to ensure high quality and effective service delivery
To work with the Early Help Managers and Principal Officer for Health and Well-being on the strategic development of Children, Families and Community Health services
To plan to ensure that the Educational Psychology Service (EPS) supports the Local Authority (LA) in meeting its statutory responsibilities for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND)
Lead on the delivery and further development of traded services
To represent the service and the LA at SEND forums and participate in and influence SEND strategy and developments
To fulfil the role of an educational psychologist to children, young people and families and those who support them.