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 current organisational members below:

Standard Organisational Members

Inspire Scotland


Inspire Scotland provides opportunities for young people to ‘be the best they can be’ and ‘to improve their life chances’.

They work with young people throughout Scotland with a variety of complex needs, with the aim of seeing them through care and into adulthood. They provide an alternative to foster care, maximizing the opportunities for close family relationships.

Find out more on www.inspirescotland.co.uk or contact 0141 212 7585.

Kinder-Jugend-und Soziale Hilfen


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.

Find out more on www.kjsh.de or contact info@kjsh.org.

Lincolnshire County Council

” an advanced understanding of pedagogy – where the leader is working directly with children in the setting, leading by example and supporting the other staff with their practice, encouraging reflection and refinement “


Bronze Organisational Members

Camphill School Aberdeen


Camphill School Aberdeen is an inclusive independent charity offering day and residential schooling for children and young people.

They work with children and young people aged 3 to 25 years both with or without additional support needs. Camphill School Aberdeen has traditionally worked within a therapeutic community setting using a social pedagogical approach. It offers a one year un-accredited foundation course in Social Pedagogy to all its workers in their first year.

Find out more on www.camphillschools.org.uk or contact office@crss.org.uk.

The City of Edinburgh Council


The City of Edinburgh Council is the local government authority for the City of Edinburgh. It was created in 1996 under the Local Government etc. (Scotland) Act 1994, with the boundaries of the post-1975 City of Edinburgh district of the Lothian region.


Silver Organisational Members

Kibble Education and Care Centre 


Kibble is Scotland’s specialist provider of services for at children and young people affected by adversity of trauma. As one of Scotland’s oldest charities, and today a leading social enterprise, Kibble works with children and young people aged 5+. Kibble recognises that every person is unique – and provides tailored support to ensure each young person gets the transitional support they need to overcome trauma, and lead happy, healthy and fulfilled lives.

Find out more on www.kibble.org.


Gold Organisational Members

Surrey County Council


Surrey County Council is the county council administering certain services in the non-metropolitan county of Surrey in England.

Find out more at www.surreycc.gov.uk.

Leyf Nurseries


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.