Airmed Psychology 
Educational Psychologist in Hull

Supporting children, families and schools

About Airmed Psychology 
Educational psychologist in Hull


Airmed Psychology aims to provide support to help unlock the potential of children and young people so they can develop and grow. We use psychology within all aspects of education and learning to support children who experience learning difficulties or other issues.

Airmed Psychology is an independent Educational Psychology practice founded and run by Dr Jane Heslop.  We are an educational psychology service based  in Kingston Upon Hull and East Riding area.  Dr Heslop has extensive educational experience including teaching across Key Stages 2 to 4, and post-16.   

Dr Heslop completed the Doctorate in Educational and Child Psychology at Sheffield University in 2018.  She has developed her skills and experience working at Hull City Psychological Service and, recently, with other authorities in the UK.

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Educational Psychology

An Educational Psychologist is concerned with helping children or young people who struggle with education with the aim of enhancing their learning and development.  Barriers to learning may include neurological, developmental, communication, social or emotional difficulties. 

Educational Psychologists work with children and young people from birth to 25 years of age. Assessments, consultations and interventions are usually carried out within early years settings, primary and secondary schools and colleges.  They can also take place in home or care environments or anywhere where the individual feels most comfortable which may include a neutral setting.

What we do - using psychology in education

Airmed Psychology offers a range of services to support children and young people who experience difficulties with learning.  The work carried out is likely to vary as all children and young people have unique needs and circumstances therefore there is no 'one size fits all' solution. Instead, we carry out a holistic assessment of the child or young person which includes consultation with relevant adults including parents, carers, school staff and/or other professionals. 

There is no expectation for schools to enter into lengthy Service Level Agreements with type, quantity and timescales of work being negotiated depending upon need. Each case or request will be assessed individually before work is agreed or proposed. 

The range of services offered can include:

  • Direct assessments with children and young people 
  • Consultations with educational settings staff, parents, carers, other professionals
  • Statutory work (in person and/or remotely)
  • Training, CPD and supervision for educational settings staff
  • School-based interventions
  • Therapeutic work with children and young people

Please refer to the Services section of this site for further details.  

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Our fees

Airmed Psychology's fees are competitive and will vary according to client needs and the scope of the requested work.  A proposal of work, timescales and associated fees will be agreed before the onset of any work. An hourly rate (plus VAT) will be charged for direct work, remote work and report writing.  Travel expenses will be additionally charged for direct work beyond the local area.  

Please contact us for further information.


“If a seed of a lettuce will not grow, we don't blame the lettuce.  Instead, the fault lies with us not having nourished the seed properly"

Buddhist Proverb

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