Emma co-founded The Philosophy Foundation in 2007 (then a social enterprise The Philosophy
Shop), and with her husband Peter Worley, she leads The Philosophy Foundation in its mission to transform thinking in education.
on the agenda is bringing philosophy to more people, contributing to innovation in the
workplace as well as in schools.”
The Philosophy Foundation began in Lewisham schools in 2003 and work quickly grew until in 2007 Emma and Peter decided to set up a social enterprise to train other philosophy graduates to teach philosophy in schools.
international recognition, directly reaching over 4,000 beneficiaries every year as well as running
sessions in multi-national organisations and local community groups.
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