Too much pressure on GCSE students?

An inaugural lecture from Edge Hill’s Professor Dave Putwain questioned whether GCSE students are under too much pressure to achieve and revealed how the world of education could benefit from better use of educational psychology.

Edge Hill at Liverpool Irish Festival

Edge Hill University’s Professor Victor Merriman has teamed up with Liverpool Irish Festival to deliver a number of events throughout the festival.

Free biology public lectures announced

Superbugs, chemical warfare, evolution and fungi will all come under the microscope in four Biology public lectures which will build on the success of the department’s inaugural public lecture series earlier this year.

Early Years teaching – laying the foundations

As one of the largest providers of Initial Teacher Training in the UK, Edge Hill University is leading the drive to raise the status of Early Years teaching.

International Conference Success for Computing Graduates

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 […]

Are “forgivable fees” the answer?

University Vice-Chancellor Dr John Cater has written an article for the Times Higher Education on the possibility of the concept of ‘forgivable fees’.

Edge Hill lecturer trains Tunisian judges and prosecutors

Edge Hill University’s Dr Triestino Mariniello, a Senior Lecturer in Law, has been invited by the International Bar Association (IBA) and the Tunisian Ministry of Justice to train judges and prosecutors in Tunisia between 29 September and 1 October.