Upcoming SPPA events

Social Pedagogy Professional Association Launch Event that took place on the 21st February 2017 at 10 - 11 Carlton House Terrace. Lemn Sissay MBE, British Poet Chancellor of Manchester University and Professor Becky Francis, Director, UCL Institute of Education.

Social Pedagogy Professional Association Launch Event that took place on the 21st February 2017 at The British Academy. Lemn Sissay MBE, British Poet and Chancellor of Manchester University and Professor Becky Francis, Director, UCL Institute of Education.

5th July 2017 – Full day – Edinburgh, Scotland
Focused learning day: How to handle a moral dilemma,

Speakers: Soren Kayser, University College Capital, Social Education, Copenhagen, Denmark and Nicola Boyce, Social Pedagogy Trainer, St. Christopher’s Fellowship, London, England
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6th October 2017 – Full day, Woburn House, Tavistock Square, Bloomsbury, London WC1H 9HQ
SPPA conference: Education in its broadest sense
The AGM will be held the day before the conference on 5th October. Venue in London to be confirmed shortly.
Further details
Early bird rates until 28th July 2017. Book now


Events that SPPA is participating in:
26th May 2017 at 9:15am-1.15pm, MediaCityUK, University of Salford
Introducing social pedagogy: collaborating with individuals and communities
The event is bringing together leading figures from academic and practice settings.  It provides an opportunity for participants from the social care, health, community and education sectors to share learning about the philosophy of Social Pedagogy and how its key concepts can be applied in the process of change.
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Events that SPPA is supporting: 
22nd-24th February 2018, venue to be confirmed
International conference on social pedagogy: 
Social pedagogy and Social Education: Bridging Traditions and Innovations
Delivered by the Social Pedagogy Association
Further information 

We will be offering conferences, focused learning days and webinars throughout the year. We are currently developing our programme of activities and we will be updating this page soon.

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