Our organisational members have demonstrated their commitment to social pedagogy in their history, policies and intentions. Organisational members receive a variety of benefits, which you can read about here.
Find out more about our organisational members:
Gold Organisational Members
London Early Years Foundation (LEYF) has 38 award-winning nurseries across London. LEYF has been inspiring children for over a century enabling each child to be the best they can be through wonderful experiences that enrich and extend their learning.
Find out more at www.leyf.org.uk.
Bronze Organisational Members
The University of Worcester is a public research university, based in Worcester, England. Worcester is the only university based in the counties of Worcestershire and Herefordshire.
The University of Worcester offers a course on Early Childhood in Society (Graduate Practitioner) that is underpinned by the philosophy of social pedagogy encouraging students to reflect on their values and work with children and their families in a respectful and empathetic way.
Find more about the University of Worcester and their Early Childhood programme here.
The Lighthouse is an organisation with a vision of radically improving education outcomes for children in care. They create homes where children can thrive and where education is central. The Lighthouse is developing a new model for children’s homes based on social pedagogy as their core philosophy of care.
They truly believe that children in care have the right to the same opportunities as everyone else – at home, school and in their communities.
Read more about the Lighthouse here
Standard Organisational Members
South Quay College [SQC] is an alternative provision free School that provides education for young people aged 14-16 in Tower Hamlets and surrounding boroughs, who have not thrived in a mainstream school. SQC is developing a therapeutic approach that is attachment aware and trauma informed. They are passionate about making use of the most effective evidence based innovations from a wide range of fields such as psychology, educational neuroscience and social pedagogy.
Their aim is to support each student as an individual through relational and holistic programmes, to develop resilience and resourcefulness that will help them to lead a successful and enjoyable adult life in the wider society.
Visit www.southquaycollege.org.uk to find out more about them.
Our previous organisational members:
The City of Edinburgh Council is the local government authority for the City of Edinburgh.
Kinder-Jugend-und Soziale Hilfen (KJSH) foundation is an associated network of non-profit organisations working in the youth and adult sectors.
They have developed a wide range of services and offer in-patient assistance for children and adolescents, out-patient help, residential units, counselling services for young people and their families, school integration and vocational integration, early intervention service, autism spectrum therapy and disability assistance.
Compass Child and Family Services (CLG) is a Charity offering out of home care arrangements for children in the care of the Irish State. Their philosophy of working with children and their families is guided by the principles of Social Pedagogy.
Lincolnshire County Council