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Here are some other Froebelian websites
The Froebel Trust www.froebel.org.uk
The Froebel Trust is the UK charity that funds research, supports training and conferences relating to early years education within a Froebelian context. It was formed in 2011 and brought together the two former charities: The Incorporated Froebel Educational Institute and the National Froebel Foundation.
International Froebel Society (IFS) www.ifsfroebel.com
The IFS in the international forum for the worldwide interest in Froebelian education and academic research. It holds a bi-annual conference to present the latest research into Froebelian related topics. Recent conferences have been in Germany, Ireland, the UK and the USA. The 2018 conference was held in Hiroshima, Japan. Unfortunately the 2020 conference in Edinburgh, was postponed due to the covid-19 epidemic.
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Here are some other Froebelian website
The Edinburgh Froebel Network http://edinburghfroebelnetwork.org.uk/
The Edinburgh Froebel Network organises an annual conference, and was instrumental in the development of the Froebel Certificate in Childhood Practice at Edinburgh University. The certificate has been recognised nationally as an example of excellent professional learning and the University of Edinburgh is now running courses in both Edinburgh and Glasgow with a current cohort of around 80 students. Graduates of the course become members of the Edinburgh Froebel Network Masterclass.
Annan The Froebel School www.annanschool.co.uk
Set in beautiful grounds in East Sussex, Annan welcomes children from 2 years to 11. A Froebelian approach underlies all learning - from the early years, with a rich play-based environment, through the infant and junior phases where hands-on, discovery learning with inspiring teachers and experiences. Academic learning goes hand-in-hand with a creative purpose. Outdoor learning is an important part of the curriculum, with opportunities for forest school, gardening and simply 'learning outside'.
Located between Lewes and Uckfield (both on London mainlines), the school attracts both local parents as well as parents who have moved from further afield to join the school.
Open days are held regularly. Come and visit and see a primary school that values creativity, learning and most importantly, children.