Why sign up to receive P4C questions?
All P4C gets children thinking about challenging P4C questions, and teachers act as facilitators rather than knowledge-givers. Traditional P4C follows a series of stages. Children see or read a stimulus, think about the ideas in it, create questions, evaluate the questions, and then choose one to talk about. In Philosophy Circles, the facilitator usually asks the first question, so the discussion gets started faster. The children’s own P4C questions are still important, but they emerge through discussion. Rather than stages, Philosophy Circles is built around three facilitation principles which run through the whole process. It makes it more fast-paced and versatile for use across the curriculum.
By signing up, you'll receive one freshly-written, issue each week containing topical P4C questions to use straight away.
But why should you miss out on previous issues? You'll also receive a carefully selected resource from the 'back-catalogue' each week. We make sure these begin with the 'easy-wins' - simple and easy to deliver ideas designed for teachers and classes new to P4C. Click here to see what's in the first issue.
So two emails per week. Both packed full of classroom ready P4C questions. For free! But don't just take our word for it...