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


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 […]

Read the highlights of our latest webinar Social Justice: Responding to Social Inequalities with Social Pedagogy


Thank you so much for attending the webinar Social Justice: Responding to Social Inequalities with Social Pedagogy. Special thanks to Claire Cameron, Maria Claudia Santos Lopes de Oliveira, Lowis Charfe and Cecile Remy for their powerful and inspiring presentations. Thanks to Robyn Kemp and Thure Johansen for chairing the session and to the lovely social […]

Become a SPPA Trustee!


We are calling upon our wonderful SPPA members with an exciting opportunity to volunteer as a SPPA Trustee. Being a trustee relies on our shared belief that Social Pedagogy has a place in the professional world in the UK and we are constantly evolving to reflect what this looks like in practice, in education and […]

Content for January’s newsletter


We would like to invite you to collaborate in our next newsletter which will be published in January. We would love if you could share with us: Pictures, drawings, stories or thoughts about what you have been doing this year. How was 2020 for you? Do you have a “good news” story that you want […]

Calling social workers who are working in schools


Dear SPPA community, Would you help our colleague Janos, who is looking for research participants, please? Read his message below: Hi, My name is Janos Szecsko and currently I study at Debrecen University Social pedagogy MSC, Hungary. I am writing my diploma theses and my aim is to compare how the social work in schools […]

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