Social Pedagogy part of Brent’s Practice Framework

06/12/2017

On Wednesday 15th November 2017, the London Borough of Brent held a conference to launch its Practice Framework (publication forthcoming) for Children and Young People Services. Social pedagogy, which grows out of a long-standing interest in Brent, plays one of the key roles in the Framework. Over recent years, personnel have attended social pedagogy events […]

SPPA update – November 2017

24/11/2017

Since its launch in February 2017, 127 people have become Founding Members of the Social Pedagogy Professional Association (SPPA). What’s been happening this month at SPPA? At the SPPA trustees meeting on Friday 10th November, the new membership types for 2018 were agreed. These will be announced in December’s SPPA newsletter. The SPPA team is […]

SPPA update – October 2017

27/10/2017

Since its launch in February 2017, 125 people have become Founding Members of the Social Pedagogy Professional Association (SPPA). SPPA aims to be the professional home of social pedagogy in the UK. SPPA has three main purposes: It offers recognition of learning programmes undertaken. It gives official sector endorsement of social pedagogy qualifications that meet […]

SPPA Update – June 2017

26/06/2017

The Social Pedagogy Professional Association was launched in February 2017 at the British Academy. Since then 65 people have become Founding Members. SPPA aims to be the professional home of social pedagogy in the UK. It has three main purposes: • It offers recognition of learning programmes undertaken. It gives official sector endorsement of social pedagogy […]

Social Pedagogy in Germany – Integration in the Community by Professor Claire Cameron

21/06/2017

In Berlin, SOS Kinderdorf runs a service that is focused on the twin concepts of ‘integration’ and ‘meeting the communities’ needs’. The service is based in a large and beautiful building, with much natural light, in a multi-cultural neighbourhood that has recently become car free – a pedestrian and playing street. Most of the people […]

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