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Froebel’s initial training was as a forester. In 1916, Ernest Westlake, a progressive thinker devised the Order of Woodcraft Chivalry. Children from 4 to 8 years of age were included, known in the movement as ‘elves’. The order was based on ideals of ‘religion, ritual, tradition, discipline and mystical expression, all coming together in a radical movement opposed to the given social structures’ (van der Eyken and Turner 1975: 134). Westlake believed that: the child who has been rooted and grounded in Woodcraft will be able to use the higher crafts without injury, and books without pedantry.

She gained the support of many rich, influential and famous people. She and Rachel together made a difference to many young lives. They worked with and for parents and community. They succeeded in changing attitudes to health provision for children, including the introduction of school meals. They brought to the attention of policymakers and government, who might otherwise not have noticed, the plight of young children. Although they did not create the major social reform that Dewey, for example, sought they continue to influence practice even today.

In 1904, McMillan published a book entitled Education Through the Imagination ([1904] 1923). This showed the influence of William Morris and John Ruskin – both of whom were very involved in the Arts and Crafts Movement. The influence of the Arts and Crafts Movement lasted from around 1880 until 1910. The Society of Arts and Crafts which was set up in 1897 was committed to the use of natural materials, reliance on traditional craftsmanship rather than machines and to economic reform. It is easy to see why the McMillan sisters, constantly campaigning as they were against the impact on children of the Industrial Revolution were drawn to this.

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