We run a programme of events & webinars throughout the year. We regularly publish new research, pamphlets, short films & more.
Froebel Trust Autumn Lecture 2020 Friday 2 October 6pm
The Froebel Trust is delighted to welcome Baroness Floella Benjamin DBE DL as guest speaker for our online Autumn lecture 2020.
New article - Friedrich Froebel: a path least trodden
A new article examining Froebelian principles and practice in early childhood education has just been published online by the international journal, Early Child Development an...
New Research - Experiencing lockdown and the return to nursery: young children’s stories
The Froebel Trust is working with the Centre for Research in Early Childhood (CREC) and five Froebelian early childhood settings in three countries to document the experiences...
Reflections from Kate Razzall, a Froebel Trust Travelling Tutor, on her work with a community allotment group
Kate has been working with NECA Community Garden in South Tyneside as they launch a new 'stay and play' outdoor group for local parents/carers and their babies and young child...
Tributes to Pat Gura 1935 -2020
A collection of tributes from friends and colleagues of Pat Gura, a long-standing champion for young children.
Early Years Teachers and Practitioners Working in a Time of Lockdown: Accounts from the frontline
Peter Elfer offers a few reflections on the work of leaders, early years teachers and practitioners supporting children and families during the Covid-19 pandemic.
Outdoor Provision for Under-Twos in Early Childhood Settings in Kent
A new Froebel trust publication from Dr Nicola Kemp, Dr Ian Durrant & Dr Jo Josephidou
The importance of play for learning
New article from Dr Sacha Powell & Dr Stella Louis explores the power of play.
Where are the babies? Engaging unders twos with the outdoors
A new Froebel trust publication by Nicola Kemp and Jo Josephidou
New guidance for practitioners on digital documentation
How to use digital documentation to capture the magic and wonder of young children’s learning. A new Froebel Trust publication by Dr Rosie Flewitt and Dr Kate Cowan.