SAPERE is the national charity supporting Philosophy for Children, or P4C, in the UK.
Our IT and phone system is being upgraded on Friday 15 February. We hope that this won't cause any significant disruption, but if you can't get through please email us on firstname.lastname@example.org and we'll get back to you as soon as we can. Thanks for bearing with us.
We promote philosophical enquiry and reflection in education by providing high-quality P4C training and sustaining P4C practice through continuous professional development. We support a community of registered trainers, P4C practitioners, teachers and members.
We train over 5,500 teachers and educators in P4C each year and have over 25 years experience in bringing P4C into a range of schools and educational settings. We offer whole school INSET training as well as open courses which are open to all.
Research by the Education Endowment Foundation shows that SAPERE P4C improves outcomes in literacy and numeracy, particularly for children facing disadvantage. Research from the Nuffield Foundation further shows that SAPERE P4C improves communication skills, teamwork and resilience.
Are you looking for the log-in page?
You no longer need to log in to access our P4C Resources - simply click here. The log-in area of the SAPERE website is no longer available.
If you took a SAPERE P4C course before 3 December and are trying to log in to get access to your course handbook, the Getting Started Guide or the Moving On Guide, please email the SAPERE P4C team on email@example.com and we will email you the document.
If you took a SAPERE P4C course after 3 December, click here to log in to the Student and Trainer Portal.