P4C aims to encourage children (or adults) to think critically, caringly, creatively and collaboratively. It helps teachers to build a 'community of enquiry' where participants create and enquire into their own questions, and 'learn how to learn' in the process. Reassuringly, P4C has a considerable pedigree; it has been developed over the last 30 years and is now practised in 60 countries.

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