The educational psychologists provide assessment, consultation and training services to schools, SENA teachers, class/subject teachers, head teachers/principals, parents and other relevant agencies to address the psycho-educational needs of students with intellectual, learning, socio-emotional and behavioural difficulties or disorders. The students with SEN are assessed and the data collected is analyzed. An IEP is then drafted and discussed with the members of SBT. The educational psychologists provide a written report which includes a range of suggestions and recommendations for the student's IEP or REP. Appropriate teaching strategies, resources and support provisions are highlighted in the report to ensure that the specific learning needs of the student with SEN are met. Follow-up visits by the educational psychologists are to review the student's response to the specific suggestions and his/her progress.