NEW BLOG! How Korean lotus flowers and dogs relate to social pedagogy at Lighthouse

02/08/2021

Our amazing Trustee Hannah Severn has written another great blog explaining the beautiful connections discovered through a social pedagogy journey featuring our fav socialpedadoggy Charlie! Read her blog here. What to read other blogs and find out more about Charlie and social pedagogy! visit our blogs section here.

BA (HONS) Early Childhood in Society at the University of Worcester – still accepting applications for 2021.

06/07/2021

Are you creative, thoughtful, good with people, curious and/or enterprising? Do you want to make a difference in young children and their families’ lives? If so, then this new and innovative course is for you. Please see University of  Worcester website for further details: https://www.worcester.ac.uk/courses/early-childhood-in-society-graduate-practitioner-ba-hons or contact the course leader, Niki Stobbs at n.stobbs@worc.ac.uk About […]

MA IN SOCIAL PEDAGOGY LEADERSHIP – Still accepting applications!

03/03/2021

The MA in Social Pedagogy Leadership taught at UCLAN is a unique programme in the UK! If you’re looking for a MA that truly inspires you, supports you and challenges you to be a better leader, this course is for you! Applications are still open, for more information visit: https://www.uclan.ac.uk/postgraduate/courses/social-pedagogy-leadership-ma or contact Lowis Charfe at lcharfe@uclan.ac.uk […]

Love and Hate: A poetic collection of love, fear and hate

01/03/2021

David Alfred Grimm is an experienced care social work student, a poet & a graphic facilitator. Creativity & expression of self are demonstrated in his works and talents.  During Covid-19 David decided to pull his talents together & publish his first book of poetry. “This is a small collection of written poems that I have […]

Watch the recording of the webinar Accelerated childhoods and the case for slow pedagogies

24/02/2021

In case you missed this event, you can now watch the recording on our Youtube Channel here.  The Thomas Coram Research Unit (TCRU) hosts a weekly seminar series, where invited speakers present work of relevance to the research interests of the unit. Last Tuesday Dr Alison Clark presented the initial findings of a two year […]

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