Education Resources Psychological Service
Validated Self Assessment (2015)
Validated Self Assessment - Education Psychological Services (2015)
The Council’s Educational Psychology Service used the validated self-evaluation process to build on their recent self-evaluation activities which looked closely at their current service delivery.
The VSE report highlights a number of key strengths such as the:
- ‘Give us a break’ programme
- Early Years Framework of Assessment and Intervention for Attachment and Resilience
- Early Years Collaborative
- Looked After and Accommodated Children (LAAC)/Corporate Parenting Strategy
- Beating Exam Stress; and
- Supports for young people with social, emotional and behavioural needs and attachment informed practice
to name but a few.
Getting it right for every child and the positive impact on children’s health and wellbeing also feature in the report as strengths.
The VSE Report for Education Resources Psychological Service is now available from the Education Scotland website.
- Education Resources Psychological Service
- Validated Self Assessment (2015)
- Why Psychological Services might be consulted about your child
- Who can contact the service for advice and consultation?
- What happens after the consultation?
- How long will the psychologist be involved?
- Will my child always see the same psychologist?
- What does the psychologist do with the information relating to my child?
- How can I contact my child's psychologist?