Highlights from the webinar Social Pedagogy & global crisis: Social pedagogical approaches to the Covid Pandemic


Last Friday 29th of May we had our third virtual event of the year. This time Ali Gardner and Lowis Charfe spoke about Social Pedagogy and the global crisis, the event was co-hosted by Bianka Lang, current SPPA trustee, and we had an incredible audience of 62 people from all over the world! We are […]

NEW Blogs!!


Have a look at the new IOE Blog about thriving under lockdown and learn how Social Pedagogy’s focus on the here and now is helping young people in care: NEW! Young people in care: how lockdown provides a haven of security and belonging – By Claire Cameron We also have two new blogs written by students of […]

Looking for practitioners who work in children’s homes and want to share their experiences


Inspired by the discussion about what is happening in residential children’s homes at the SPPA webinar last Friday, Claire Cameron has an opportunity to write a blog for the Institute of Education on living with lockdown. She is looking for a few practitioners who work in children’s homes and want to contribute. The blog will […]

Our 1st Social pedagogy online gathering went great!


Last Friday we had our first lockdown social pedagogy gathering and it went great! Thanks to all the participants and to Gabriel Eichsteller, Robyn Kemp and Cecile Remy for organizing this.  During this first session, we explored the question: What is important for you about these gatherings? We used Mentimeter, a tool that helped us […]

MA in Social Pedagogy Leadership On-Line Taster Session


This Tuesday 12 May at 12 pm there will be an online taster session of the MA in social pedagogy leadership. If you are interested in attending this session please contact Lowis Charfe at lcharfe@uclan.ac.uk   About the course We are currently experiencing a global pandemic and are seeing the effects of Coronavirus impact on our […]

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