We run a programme of events & webinars throughout the year. We regularly publish new research, pamphlets, short films & more.
New series: Research Highlights
Just published. A brand new Froebel Trust series which makes practical links between the latest research and a Froebelian approach to early education today. Free to download.
Webinar: Re-engaging with nature with Helen d'Ascoli and Debby Hunter
A free webinar to celebrate the publication of a new Froebel Trust pamphlet which explores young children's engagement with nature.
Froebelian research judged as world-leading
The latest REF results rate Froebel Trust funded research highly, recognising Froebelian research projects as 'World-Leading' and 'Internationally Excellent'
Join our team of Travelling Tutors
Due to the popularity of our Froebel Trust Short Courses, we're recruiting trainees to join our team of highly experienced trainers led by Dr Stella Louis. Apply by 31 August...
Taking time back
Watch a new Froebel Trust short film all about slowing down our approach to early childhood education today.
Froebel Trust Writing Workshop
A 3 day writing workshop in London this summer. Application deadline was Friday 1 July 2022.
Our 2022 anniversary film
Watch our short film all about how we support early years educators and young children.
Froebel meets Ofsted
Dr Susana Castro-Kemp reflects on the initial findings of her Froebel Trust funded research project. An article first published in Nursery World.
New guide for educators : The Access to Nature Project
A free to download guide for early years educators suggests ways to support young children's access to natural environments in the UK.
International Webinar: Why does Froebel matter in the 21st century?
A free webinar hosted by the Froebel Trust (London) and Mercy College (New York). Eight educators from around the world discuss the relevance of the ideas of Friedrich Froebel...
Spring Webinar: Children & Nature
Our Spring webinar is all about young children's relationships with nature - featuring guest speakers Konnie Huq, Dr Helge Wasmuth and Naomi Clarke.