Podcast tour of Tavistock Square

A new podcast tour of Tavistock Square highlighting its links with Kindergarten has been released. The Freshed educational podcast based at UCL recently published an episode about the first English-speaking Kindergarten opened in 1853 just off Tavistock Square and its links with famous figures who lived or worked nearby such as Virginia Woolf, Charles Dickens, Caleb Gattegno and Melanie Klein. The free-to-access half-hour episode is based on a walk around Tavistock Square which listeners can follow: https://freshedpodcast.com/flux-rumbelow/

The first 7 minutes are mainly about the Institute of Education. The tour of Tavistock Square, talking about places and people related to the theme of early years education, starts at approx. 7.37 minutes in.

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