|Statement||Humphrey A. Truswell.|
|LC Classifications||LB1029.G3 T78|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ix, 104 p. :|
|Number of Pages||104|
|LC Control Number||75000223|
Summerhill: A Radical Approach to Child Rearing is a book about the English boarding school Summerhill School by its headmaster A. S. Neill. It is known for introducing his ideas to the American public. It was published in America on November 7, , by the Hart Publishing Company and later revised as Summerhill School: A New View of Childhood in Its contents are a repackaged . His book, Summerhill: A Radical Approach to Child Rearing, captured the mood of the counterculture and sold 2m copies in America during the 60s . Alexander Sutherland Neill was a Scottish educator and author known for his school, Summerhill, and its philosophy of freedom from adult coercion and its community self-governance. Raised in Scotland, Neill taught at several schools before attending the University of Edinburgh in – He took two jobs in journalism before World War I, and taught at Gretna Green Village School in the first year of . Summerhill School authority does not mask a system of manipulation. Summerhill does not expound a theory; it relates the actual experience of almost 40 years. The author contends that “freedom works.” The principles underlying Neill’s system are presented in this book simply and unequivocally. They are these in summary.
Summerhill School was founded in by A. S. Neill, whose work on education and child development was of international repute, especially in the s and s when it became a “transatlantic. Ishbel McWhirter's mother read That Dreadful School, Neill's book about Summerhill, in one sitting and sent her daughter, aged Ishbel loved it immediately. "Neill filled the school with his. Summerhill School is an independent (i.e. fee-paying) boarding school in Leiston, Suffolk, was founded in by Alexander Sutherland Neill with the belief that the school should be made to fit the child, rather than the other way around. It is run as a democratic community; the running of the school is conducted in the school meetings, which anyone, staff or pupil, may attend, and. Summerhill School – A New View Of Childhood by A.S. Neil is a book that details the venture of those who took part in the school known as Summerhill, which sought to achieve a Reviews:
Love is stronger than any force of nature in Jude Deveraux’s newest trilogy set in an all-American mountain town as full of romance as of history and tra. Summerhill in popular culture. The book "Inspecting The Island" by Hylda Sims was set in the fictional school of Coralford, based on Summerhill. In the film "Rosemary's Baby" the titular character is seen reading a copy of Neill's book "Summerhill". The latest book, published , 'Summerhill & ', edited by Mark Vaughan OBE with chapters by , Zoë Neill Readhead, Professor Ian Stronach and Tim Brighouse. Published by the Open University Press is available from our website. 26) How many pupils are there at Summerhill? Summerhill Books is a North East publishing company specialising in local history. Our aim is to produce high quality books that reflect the unique history of Tyneside, Northumberland and Durham. Titles include photographic histories of local communities, personal memoirs and books reflecting the great industries of the region.