Tiny school for free
Kati Nordman the principal of the only private Freinet school in Finland has to do a lot of writing and organizing. Parents started initiating this children based school in the middle of their village Rauma during the 19eighties. In the year 2000 they got the acceptance from the school administration. They have their own school building with kitchen and housekeeper. Like in all the other Finnish schools parents don’t have to pay for it. 110 pupils are learning there six year long with 6 Freinet teachers. There is a lot of cooperation between children, classes, parents and surrounding society. Children are involved with the planing. You can find more information about the Freinet school of Rauma on Facebook.