Quick Navigation
Social media
Contact information
Address

Crown Buildings, Bancyfelin, Carmarthen, SA33 5ND,
United Kingdom

Email

.(JavaScript must be enabled to view this email address)

Phone

+44 (0) 1267 211345

Fax

+44 (0) 1267 211882

Peter Worley

Peter Worley BA MA FRSA is co-founder and CEO of The Philosophy Foundation, President of SOPHIA, and an award-winning author and editor of books about doing philosophy in schools.

Peter is resident philosopher at 4 state primary schools in Lewisham, visiting philosopher at Wellington College and Eagle House School, and a Visiting Research Associate at Kings College London’s Philosophy Department. He has delivered training for philosophy departments across the UK, including Edinburgh, Warwick, Oxford Brookes and Birmingham Universities.

He talks, presents, writes and gives workshops about philosophy in schools and The Philosophy Foundation’s work - but importantly continues to work in the classroom which is the inspiration for his pedagogy, philosophy in schools practice, theory and writing.

The Philosophy Foundation.

Thoughtings and The Philosophy Shop on The Guardian Teacher Network.

‘Peter Worley: It’s About How You Think’


Connect with Peter

https://www.philosophy-foundation.org/

Publications by Peter Worley

The Philosophy Foundation: The Philosophy Shop (Hardback)

The Philosophy Shop is a veritable emporium of philosophical puzzles…

The Philosophy Foundation: The Philosophy Shop (Paperback)

The Philosophy Shop is a veritable emporium of philosophical puzzles…

The Philosophy Foundation: Thoughtings

Thoughtings is a poetry collection with…

Author Blog

World Poetry Day 2016

March 03 2016

UNESCO marks World Poetry Day every year on the 21st March. In celebrating World Poetry Day UNESCO recognises the unique ability of poetry to capture the creative spirit of the human mind. The Philosophy Foundation use poetry to explore philosophy, … Continue reading

Read Blog

Peter Worley | Why use stories for doing philosophy with children?

February 02 2016

Originally posted on Bloomsbury Education:
First of all stories engage. When a teller tells a story well the audience visualize the story so that it seems to happen before them. If you want children to think, first of all they…

Read Blog


Video