Pupil Equity Funding- Information

Pupil Equity Funding is allocated directly to schools, targeted at those children most affected by the poverty related attainment gap. From April 2017 £120m will be provided through the Attainment Scotland Fund directly to Headteachers to use for additional staffing or resources they consider will help reduce the poverty related attainment gap. The funding will reach schools in every local authority area in Scotland and will be distributed on the basis of the numbers of pupils in P1-S3 known to be eligible and registered for free school meals.

Pupil Equity Funding is provided on top of the existing £50m Attainment Scotland funding and will continue to provide targeted support for those authorities and schools supporting children and young people in greatest need.  It means in 2017/18 the Scottish Government will provide £170m towards the commitment to allocate £750m through the Attainment Scotland Fund during the course of this Parliament.

For further information click on the link below

https://education.gov.scot/improvement/Pages/Interventions-for-Equity.aspx

Advice to Schools

GIC Mental Health Support- Advice to schools  Advice on the use of mental health supports.

Annual Conference 2019

Annual Conference for Educational Psychologists in Scotland (SDEP/ASPEP)

The Annual Conference was held on 4th October 2019 in Celtic Park , Parkhead, Glasgow

 SDEP Conference 2019

Neuropsychology: exploring applications for our practice

Annual Conference for Educational Psychologists in Scotland 2019

Friday 4th October 2019

Celtic Park Football Stadium Glasgow

The agenda for the day is provided below as are links to the conference presentations.

SDEP 2019 Morning Workshops – Neuropsychology
SDEP 2019 Afternoon Workshops – Action Enquiry
Educational psychology annual conference 2019 neuropsychology workshop presentations
Educational psychology annual conference 2019 action enquiry workshop presentations

ADHD through a neuropsychology lens

Can building self efficacy mediate the poverty related attainment gap

Developing a whole-school nurturing approach

Elephants tea party

Epilepsy references

How nurturing is our school

Learning through play in P1 using action research to adopt a play-based learning approach

Neurosequential model in education Parental engagement evaluation toolkit

Promoting well being in a digital world what can EPs do

Pychological factors in improving numeracy

READINESS for high school a small group intervention for secondary transition

The role of neuropsychology in understanding and supporting children and young people with epilepsy

Postgraduate EP Training and Stage 2 Qualification

This page contains resources and links to materials that support the training of Educational Psychologists and the Stage 2 Qualification.

Hyperlink to BPS RAPPS Search

Quarterly Update on the Qualification in Educational Psychology March 2015

Postgraduate Regulations April 2014

Overview of changes to Postgraduate Regulations

13.8.14 QEP Scottish Candidate Handbook

Minutes of Executive Committee Meetings

These are the minutes of  ASPEP Executive meetings.

ASPEP Executive Minute 8.12.16

ASPEP Executive Minute 2.9.16

ASPEP Executive Minute 17.6.16

ASPEP Executive Minute 22.4.16

ASPEP Exec Minute 11.12.15

ASPEP Exec Minute 4.9.15

ASPEP Exec Minute 5.6.15

ASPEP Exec Minute 24 04 15

ASPEP Exec Minute 6 2 15

ASPEP Exec Minute 5 12 14

ASPEP Exec Minutes 6.6.14

ASPEP Exec Minutes 25.4.14

ASPEP Exec Minutes 13.2.14

ASPEP Exec Minutes 6.12.13