Sue Rendall

Sue Rendall is a consultant child and educational psychologist and is Director of EP Initial and CPD Doctoral Training at the Tavistock and Portman NHS Foundation Trust. She has thirty-seven years' experience working in health and educational contexts, including being head of middle school in a co-educational comprehensive school and, later, after training as an educational psychologist at Birmingham in 1981, as an educational psychologist in three local-authority multidisciplinary services. She was Vice Dean of Postgraduate Training in the Child & Family Directorate of the Tavistock, for six years, and in 2005-6 was seconded to the DfES for two days a week as Professional Advisor for Child & Adolescent Mental Health. Her PhD research was a systemic understanding of school exclusion.

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Excluded From School: Systemic Practice for Mental Health and Education Professionals

Excluded From School: Systemic Practice for Mental Health and Education Professionals

by Sue Rendall, Morag Stuart

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"Excluded From School" exposes the reasons why, despite many national and local initiatives, large numbers of children continue to tax the education system to such a degree that they become... (more)

Engaging with Complexity: Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Education

Engaging with Complexity: Child and Adolescent Mental Health and Education

Edited by Rita Harris, Sue Rendall

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Children and young people spend a great deal of their time in schools and other education settings. Consequently those working in such contexts have a huge impact and influence on the development,... (more)

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