Here's a roundup of upcoming Network events this Spring.
If you belong to a Network or are thinking about starting one - let others know about any events you are planning! The Froebel Network is the place to promote your event through the Network newsletter, the Network's website Events page, Facebook and X (Twitter).
Wednesday 6th March 2024 at 3.30pm
Launching a new on-line
Great News! We are kickstarting a brand new online network specifically for Froebelian/Froebel-inspired teachers and other professionals connected closely to school life, after nursery. We recognise that school is a unique setting, offering exciting opportunities as well as challenges for being (and staying) Froebelian. If you are looking for support and inspiration from peers in a similar situation, for ideas and encouragement - to make child-centred practice and play based on Froebelian principles more central to school life in/beyond the early stage - we hope you'll join us!
This initiative is being organised by Froebelian Futures..
Tuesday 19th March 2024 at 7.30pm
LET THE CHILDREN OUT!
The educational value of engaging with nature
Are you an educator based in a nursery school or early years setting in or near South West London? Sharing details of a free event for anyone interested in developing outdoor play at their setting and learning more about a Froebelian approach to early education.
This free event is being organised by SW London Froebel Network.
Tuesday 19March 6.00-7.30pm
CLICK HERE TO REGISTER ->
Saturday 20th April 2024
Using Froebel's approach in today's
early years curriculum .
Saturday 25th May 2024 at 9.00am
FROEBELIAN FUTURES CONFERENCE
Repositioning Power In Early Childhood
Froebelian Futures National Conference 2024, promises to be a hugely inspiring day, creatively celebrating and exploring practitioner and child-led research and expertise... and setting us up for all things Froebel for the year ahead.
Speakers include Alison Clarke (author, Slow Knowledge And the Unhurried Child), Kay Tisdall (editor, How To Make Rights ‘Real’ in Children’s Lives), Henry Mattias (fresh from the Care Inspectorate), Sacha Powell (Chief Executive, The Froebel Trust), the team at Falkirk's new "Froebel Flagship" nursery, and many more.