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for children

If your child isn't achieving their full potential.

If you are concerned about your child's progress at school.

If your child is underachieving, losing motivation or becoming anxious about their learning.

If you want to find out if your child has a specific learning difficulty, such as dyslexia.

We will provide you with answers; an explanation of what is causing your child's difficulties, together with a comprehensive plan of support based on our findings, to be put in place at school and at home to help your child achieve their full potential.

Educational psychologists (EPs) are skilled assessors with extensive training in all aspects of child development that affect learning. An EP assessment will identify the underlying factors that may be holding your child back at school.

Our assessments are broad based and cover all the different factors that may be affecting your child. Sometimes further assessments may be required which fall under the expertise of other professionals, such as paediatricians, speech and language therapists or occupational therapists. The psychologist will advise you if this is necessary. Whatever concerns you may have about your child’s learning, an EP is the first port of call.

The Assessment

The assessment can be conducted either in person, at our consulting rooms in Harley Street, London, or remotely via video conferencing. Please click here for more information about remote assessments.

The assessment involves:

Spending time talking with and observing your child.


Carrying out tests of intellectual development and academic achievement.


A parent consultation meeting to feedback the psychologist's findings.


A full written report within 12 to 14 working days.


What can you expect as an outcome of the assessment?


A thorough explanation of your child’s difficulties and the underlying issues which are holding him or her back. This may involve a diagnosis.

Highly personalised recommendations for how your child needs to be supported with their learning in school, in order to achieve their full potential.

Ideas and advice for supporting your child at home with their school work.

Signposting on to more specialised assessments, if appropriate.

An EP report which, depending on the findings, may be used to support an application for access arrangements in public examinations, such as GCSEs and A levels.

Common difficulties

Literacy and dyslexia


Processing speed


Language disorder


Attention deficit and concentration

Numeracy​ and dyscalculia

Specific and global learning difficulties

Confidence and self-esteem

For further information about our assessments, please call 0207 101 3751 or

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