‘Philosophy for Communities’ Family Weekend

Start Date
21st February 2020 6:00 pm
End Date
23rd February 2020 2:00 pm


Course Details

This family weekend will use the P4C (Philosophy for Children or Communities www.sapere.org.uk) methodology to explore and think about some big questions about belief, values and ethics. Do we see the world in the same way? How important is art? Should we always tell the truth? This approach will create a positive and fun environment for deep discussion within inter-generational groups. An all age opportunity for children and adults to engage together about big questions. A crèche will be provided for under 5s during the programme sessions.


Adults – £135
12-17 year olds – £65
5-11 year olds – £35
0-4 year olds – free

Please complete a booking leader form for the first note that we require individual booking forms to be completed for each adult and child

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Jude Acton is a life-long Quaker, experienced P4C facilitator and the Children & Young People’s Officer of Quaker Life.

Rosie Carnall is a life-long Quaker and a lively and creative facilitator, who enjoys getting people thinking and talking together. As Eva Koch scholar in 2018, she has developed resources for Quaker to use the P4C (Philosophy for Children or Communities) methodolgy.

Mel Cook is the Children’s Work Officer in the Children & Young Peoples Team, Quaker Life based at Friends House, London.

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