Burnham, S. & Phillips, N. (2019). What's Happening to Education? Five lessons from educational psychology. KDP Publications.
Phillips, N. & Burnham, S. (2018). IQ Assessment and Intelligence Testing. Letter to the Editor. DECP Debate No. 166, British Psychological Society.
Burnham, S. & Phillips, N. (2015). Six Top Tips for Using and Managing Your SEND Local Offer. Guest post on the Special Needs Jungle website.
Beasley, S. & Burnham, S. (2014). The PCP Pack - supporting the exploration of children's construing using visual materials. Chapter contribution to a free ebook about Personal Construct Psychology available on issuu.com and the Apple iBooks store.
Phillips, N. & Burnham, S. (2014). Always, Often, Sometimes - challenging marginalisation by re-thinking relationships with children and young people. Seminar for the Association of Educational Psychologists Annual Course.
Burnham, S. (2013). Realists or pragmatists? "Reliable evidence" and the role of the educational psychologist. Educational Psychology in Practice. iFirst online version here.
Burnham, S. (2010). Always, Often, Sometimes - revisiting our principles around relationships with children. Keynote presentation to the National Portage Association Annual Conference.
Bhatti, Z. & Burnham, S. (2010). Professional Guidelines for Referal, Assessment and Intervention in Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) for Children. An ADHD Care Pathway. Solent NHS & Portsmouth City Council. Revised in 2013
Burnham, S.J. (2009). Who says? A biographical study of educational psychologists' beliefs about 'reliable evidence'. DEd dissertation, University of Southampton. Abstract
- Presentation and bibliography from research seminar for postgraduate research students at Southampton University.
- Fay Fransella kindly agreed to review Let's Talk - the full review, published in Constructive Interventionist, is here.
Burnham, S. (2003). 'Was the psychologist helpful?' Parent/carers' perceptions of educational psychologists. DECP Debate No. 107, British Psychological Society.
Burnham, S. (1999). The Effective School Questionnaire - Using action research to facilitate a systems response to challenging behaviour. Seminar for the Southern Educational Psychology Services Conference. Abstract
Burnham, S.J. (1998). Evaluating amalgamation and organisational change - a collaborative action research project with the staff of a West Midlands primary school. MEd dissertation, University of Birmingham. Abstract