Andy Mitchell developed a passion for outdoor learning on a placement in Norway as part of his PGCE. Here Andy describes how he believes the Scandinavian approach could bring a breath of fresh air to UK schools.
Computing students at Edge Hill University recently took part in a major event organised by one of the UK’s leading technology innovators. The Department of Computing, TalkTalk and Edge Hill’s Careers Service worked closely together to design a Hackathon event that would be an ideal way for students, from all years of study, to work […]
Having recently graduated from Edge Hill University three former computing students are celebrating having their final year work featured at international conferences. Laura Verdin, Joe Bolton and Ethan Tsang feel that this is thanks to a combination of their great ideas and hard work, as well as the support provided by staff in the Computing […]
A new undergraduate degree has been launched by the Faculty of Education at Edge Hill University, designed to produce graduates with the skills to make a major contribution to supporting the learning and development of children. This innovative programme, the BA (Hons) in Teaching, Learning and Child Development, will be offered from September 2014 and […]
A growing relationship between staff from Edge Hill University’s DipHE in Paramedic Practice and the Greater Manchester Fire and Rescue Service (GMFRS) has led to a number of specialist training sessions being held, designed to provide students with practical experience of emergency scene management. The University has had close links With GMFRS since the inception […]
A virtual tour created by a final year BSc (Hons) Computing (Application Development) student has brought to life one of the most recent additions to the Edge Hill University campus. As part of their final year dissertation project, all computing students were required to select their own topic, with James Cassidy deciding to utilise his […]