First name(s)
Rosalie Blanche Jermaine
Position(s) held at King's College London

Lecturer of Botany and Vegetable Physiology to the Ladies' Department, 1897-1907

Education & professional details



Position(s) held (non King's College London)

Froebel Institute, Roehampton


An Introduction to Zoology, with Directions for Practical Work (Invertebrates) 1913, Macmillan

Personal details

Date of birth
Place of birth
Date of death
28 December 1934
Place of death
Upper Norwood

The Link (1933-1939) In this volume in number 26, a Rosalie Lulham Memorial Number is included. When Miss Lulham joined the College and the Demonstration School situated in West Kensington there was no Nature Department in the school. This piece [by a former student] describes the change that Miss Lulham made to the college and how the students' learning has changed thanks to her teaching methods. As well as providing the college with a Nature Department, Miss Lulham also organised expeditions on the grounds and surrounding areas for the students to learn by standing and staring at nature in all its beauty. This is an interesting resource for the reader wanting to gain an insight into how Froebel's nature study has been taken forward and maintained during the students; training many years after his death. It also shows the legacy that Froebel managed to create with his educational philosophy that still survives today.

Family details
  • Daughter of Edwin Walter Lulham b 1832, Brighton, d 25.11.1906 Croydon and Elizabeth Sarah Habberton b c 1833, Norwich. Siblings: Edwin Percy Habberton 1865-1940
  • Thomas Edgar Habberton 1870-1948
  • Florence Gertrude Jermaine 1877-1963.


  • Obituary: http://resourcelists.roehampton.ac.uk
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