If you're new to Social Pedagogy and aren't really sure what it is, have a look at our Frequently Asked Questions to help guide your learning.
We are campaigning to promote social pedagogy as a tool for increased individual and societal well-being.
We are the UK's first and only professional home for social pedagogues.
Find out what Social Pedagogy qualifications are available in the UK.
View and register to attend upcoming events in the SPPA calendar.
Access our library of resources and view previously recorded webinars.
Social Pedagogy is an emerging field in the UK but well established in continental Europe, where theory and practice is concerned with finding solutions to social problems through an educational lens.
The Social Pedagogy Professional Association (SPPA) was launched in February 2017 to hold the Standards of Occupational Proficiency, and Standards of Education and Training in Social Pedagogy. We represent members in all four countries of the UK. Our overall aim is to improve the support of children, young people and adults, many of whom live in disadvantaged circumstances or are vulnerable.
As part of our role, SPPA endorses and supports qualifications in social pedagogy. We currently endorse two Diploma in Social Pedagogy at Levels 3 and 5, and an MA in Social Pedagogy at the University of Salford.
|16/05||SPPA update – March 2018|
|05/03||SPPA update – January 2018|
|21/12||SPPA update – December 2017|
|06/12||Social Pedagogy part of Brent’s Practice Framework|
Watch our highlights from last year’s SPPA conference – ‘Social pedagogy as education in its broadest sense’