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National Association of Principal Educational Psychologists
NAPEP hosts a secure Email Forum (NAPEP-Jiscmail) for PEPs to encourage dialogue and discussion on topics of concern and interest.
If you would like to have access to this service contact our administrator:
Latest Annual Conference:
Title: Between a Rock and a Hard place
Speakers: Prof Peter Kinderman, Andy Smith DCS, Dr Terrence Bevington
Venue: The Quays Hotel, Sheffield
Date: Friday, 19th May 2023
Time: 9:30am - 4:30pm
The National Executive Committee meets five times a year in order to:
Bring together information and perspectives on current issues from regional groups and keep regional groups informed about national issues.
What we do:
To influence and contribute to the commissioning, development and organisation of educational psychology services.
To promote the professional development of leaders and managers of educational psychology services, including assistant/deputy PEP's and senior team managers.
To influence and contribute to the development of initial EP training and continuing professional development programs for qualified EPs.
To bring together information and perspectives on current issues from regional groups and keep regional groups informed about national issues, including through the maintenance of the website and NAPEP - Jiscmail.
To contribute to debates on national initiatives in education and social policy relevant to the profession and EP services, raising the profile of the Profession and of NAPEP.
To engage with relevant national organisations and agencies (including: Association of Directors of Children’s Services, Association of Educational Psychologists, British Psychological Society Division of Child and Educational Psychology, National College for Teaching & Leadership, Department for Education and Welsh Government) in order to influence policy development and implementation.
To promote ethical professional standards of practice, compliant with Health Care Professions
Council and British Psychological Society (Division of Educational & Child Psychology).
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