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Education Psychology

Aims of the Educational Psychology Service 

The Educational Psychology Service strives to work in partnership with parents, schools and other professionals to ensure that all children and young people up to the age of nineteen develop and learn through effective education, with a particular emphasis on those who are experiencing difficulties within education.

We aim to provide an effective, high quality service delivered with fairness to children and young people.

Referrals to the Educational Psychology Service

Referrals to the Service are generally made by school principals following procedures laid down in the Code of Practice.

Pre-School children whose development is causing concern are mainly referred by Community Paediatricians with the Health and Social Care Trust.

If a child attends an SELB nursery school the Principal may make the referral.

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NameJob TitleContact Number
Dr John FinlaySenior Educational Psychologist028 3835 1480
Enda CunninghamSenior Educational Psychologist028 8772 6430
Lynda ShieldsSenior Educational Psychologist028 3026 6443

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The Southern Education and Library Board (the ‘Board’) was established as part of Local Government reorganisation in 1973 and is the largest of the five area Boards. The Board's principle functions are the provision of education and youth services to the District Council areas of Armagh, Banbridge, Cookstown, Craigavon, Dungannon & South Tyrone and Newry & Mourne. It spans 1,450 square miles with a total population of approximately 390,300 including 75,767 pupils.


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