Children's Services

Behavioural, emotional and psychological support

For a free copy of any of these publications, or if you would like a copy in another format, for example, large print, audio, braille, or in another language, please contact us on 0845 603 5620 (please see call charge information) or email us at childrens.services@hants.gov.uk. Please note some publications are chargeable but these are clearly marked.

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  • behaviour

    Behaviour support team

    Information about the Behaviour Support Team, including what services are provided and contact details can be found in this leaflet, for further information view the Behaviour Support Team web page.

    Download a copy of Behaviour Support Team leaflet Download Acrobat Reader to view this PDF 310kb

     

  • hints and tips

    The following web page will take you to a collection of advice leaflets that you can download about children's behaviour, view Hints and tips for parents.

     

  • bullying

    Bullying

    Are you worried that your child is being bullied? Is your child bullying others? This leaflet provides advice and information for parents about bullying. If you need further advice view the Bullying web page.

    Download a copy of Bullying leaflet Download Acrobat Reader to view this PDF 569kb (February 2009)

     

  • anti bullying leaflet

    Anti-bullying

    Information for children and young people.

    Download a copy of Anti-bullying leaflet Download Acrobat Reader to view this PDF 588kb (March 2010)

     

  • ed psychology

    Educational psychology

    The Educational psychology service leaflet provides information for parents and practitioners. Further information can also be found on the Educational psychology web page.

    Download a copy of Educational psychology leaflet Download Acrobat Reader to view this PDF 6mb (March 2000)

     

  • heps statement

    Educational psychology service

    This service statement will set out the changed and changing context in which we work. It describes our priorities and highlights the vulnerable groups that generally will be the focus of our work.

    Download a copy of the Educational psychology service statement Download Acrobat Reader to view this PDF 688kb (September 2008)

     

  • prism

    Processing Referrals Involving Substance Misuse (PRISM)

    The PRISM (Processing Referrals Involving Substance Misuse) Network aims to increase social inclusion and promote improved educational outcomes for vulnerable pupils who may be involved in substance misuse. Further information can be viewed at The PRISM Network web page.

    Download a copy of the Prism Network leaflet Download Acrobat Reader to view this PDF 1mb

     

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