Welcome to the Philosophy of Education Society of Great Britain

PESGB is a learned society that promotes the study, teaching and application of philosophy of education. Now celebrating its 50th anniversary, the Society organises and supports conference and seminars, many organised by its network of over 20 regional branches in the UK and beyond.  The Society also supports research and scholarship in the field through its grants scheme.
The Society's international peer-reviewed journal, the Journal of Philosophy of Education, welcomes submissions from scholars in philosophy, education and related fields.  PESGB also engages with issues of current educational policy in its IMPACT pamphlet series.
Explore the site to find out more about our activities, our branches, our publications, and to discover resources for teaching and studying philosophy of education.

We believe in a 'No Limits' approach to helping Children

Welcome to Specialist Education Services, an organisation providing highly specialised integrated therapeutic residential care and education for young people from Norfolk, Suffolk, wider East Anglia and the UK.
SES has an outstanding track record in meeting the needs of young people with severe and complex behavioural, emotional and social difficulties, and specific learning difficulties.  We have successfully worked with vulnerable and traumatised Looked After Children with associated mental health issues, and sexualised behaviours, some of whom have come to us as a ‘step down’ from secure settings.
We adopt a “no limits” philosophy. This means that the adults in our residential care and specialised education establishments have a passionate conviction that all our children are able to achieve. We are optimistic about success and accept no restriction on what is possible with the young people who are in our care and whose education is in our hands.
Bespoke, personalised specialised education and care are hallmarks of our operation, based on a positive psychology perspective that underpins our values.

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