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Warwickshire County Council
Warwickshire County Council

Curriculum support services

ICT Development Service

Our experienced team of educational advisers provide strategic advice, support and a range of continuing professional development opportunities which focus on the development and safe use of ICT. We can support pupils, teachers and parents with the Computing Curriculum, Online Safety, Home and Blended Learning solutions.

For more information, please contact our Service Desk at, via telephone on 01926 414100 or visit our websites:

Specialist Teaching Service (STS)

STS builds capacity in your school, to help you meet the needs of your vulnerable pupils and gives you a completely tailored service that supports you to raise standards for pupils with Special Educational Needs and Disability (SEND). We also offer SENCo Network Meetings, Twilight Tasters, Specialist Clinics, Parent workshops and a range of training courses.

For more information please contact:

  • North/East Area Manager - Paul Fellows 01926 413777,
  • Centre/South Area Manager - Tammy Mason 01926 476600,

Virtual School

Is the child a Child Looked After (CLA) or Child Previously Looked After (CPLA)? The Virtual School can offer support and advice to schools, nurseries and colleges. Designated teacher training and network meetings are running via Teams in autumn 2020.

  • Phone: 01926 742018
  • Email:

Find out more about Warwickshire Virtual School

Warwickshire Educational Psychology Service (EPS)

The Educational Psychology Service (EPS) provides professional psychological services for children, young people and families in a wide range of educational and community settings.

We are a team of HCPC Registered Educational Psychologists (EPs) with multiple specialisms and, as such, we have up to date knowledge of psychological evidence-based theory and research.  This enables us to develop an understanding of complex situations in order to support you to address a wide range of developmental issues from birth to early adulthood.

Since the beginning of the Covid-19 ‘lockdown’, the Educational Psychology Service has continued to offer a responsive and flexible service to their link schools.