Whether you are new to P4C and curious to explore its potential, or are seeking support and inspiration to liven up your practice, we can tailor a package to support your learning. We also offer longer term support programmes if you are seeking to implement P4C across your school. 

New to P4C?
Our 'Taste of Philosophy twilight session might be just the thing to test P4C out and see how it could support and inspire learning in your own setting. This is a minimal commitment and offers a cost effective way to see if P4C is right for you.
If you can commit to a little more, the we recommend the INSET version of this day as it gives more time and space to truly experience the potential of P4C and greater opportunity to work alongside our experienced P4C practitioners to consider the best onward pathways and/or opportunities. 
Already keen to practice P4C?
Our 'P4C in the classroom' offers a supported learning journey in which our SAPERE approved trainer will work alongside your staff to deliver a number of sessions over a school term, or longer. This 'in-action' approach helps staff and pupils to see and develop their practice in situ, and enables us to offer you tailored guidance and advice to suit your pace of learning and progress.
If you want to make the journey more formal then we can provide a full P4C Learning Pathway with options to accredit your progress with SAPERE as the national P4C body.
Want to showcase the ‘power of P4C’ with colleagues?
Maybe you've has some P4C training/experience but are keen to get others on board. Our 'P4C experience/demo day' in which our trainer runs a series of sessions with your learners for staff to shadow, co-deliver and learn from might be just the thing. This includes a staff twilight to reflect on and share the learning.
Looking for formal accreditation?
With a SAPERE approved trainer in our team we can offer you formal accreditation with SAPERE if this is your preferred option. This normally begins by joining or commissioning a Level 1 P4C course to gain a SAPERE Level 1 certificate. This can be delivered to a school team or cluster. Beyond this, Level 2A and 2B courses allow you to continue an accredited pathway further. 
To discuss the P4C route that is best for you and your school/cluster please contact us and our P4C lead, Rosie Wilson, will be pleased to advise you as to the different options and charges.

Rosie training in Doha, Qatar in 2018 running a demo session with pupils.

About our P4C lead and SAPERE approved trainer, Rosie:
Rosie has been practising P4C with learning communities for ten years. She is Creative Director of Lifeworlds, and works as a creative practitioner in partnership with a variety of schools and organisations. Previously, Rosie was a secondary teacher of English, Media and Citizenship in Birmingham, and also taught in primary for eight years. Her approach to P4C is enriched by her experience in a range of dialogic, critical and values based methodologies.
Rosie currently supports schools on the EEF Effectiveness Trial to embed P4C, as well as other schools on the SAPERE Going for Gold programme. She also helps school clusters integrate Learning Through Values (a Lifeworlds programme) alongside their P4C. She runs several independent courses each year and offers support to those already using P4C.
Rosie is known for her creative approach to learning and her imaginative use of the outdoors, picture books, fiction, media, images and other stimuli to engage learners and educators in deep thinking and dialogue. She has authored numerous resources and books for children. Rosie works nationally and internationally, sharing inspiring practice and learning from one context to another.
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