A photographic exhibition created by Edge Hill University academics and inspired by an award-winning children’s book has been taken on tour across the UK.
A new book edited by an Edge Hill University academic will challenge the current literacy curriculum to evolve if it is to remain relevant in 21st century society.
A Professor of Education will examine multiculturalism and the lives of children, young people and teachers at a public lecture at Edge Hill University in March. Debates about assimilation, integration and multiculturalism have raged and shaped the nation’s response to the presence of people from minority ethnic groups in Britain. In particular, the educational response […]
A unique new MOOC, which is the first of its kind in the world, has just been launched by Edge Hill University.
An Edge Hill academic with a research interest in the surrealist painter Leonora Carrington (1917-2011) is supporting Tate Liverpool curators on an upcoming exhibition of her work.
Edge Hill’s Head of Performing Arts has co-written an innovative Shakespeare adaptation with the Director of London’s Pinter Centre.
Academics from Edge Hill University are playing a vital role in the UK’s front line defence against mosquito-borne diseases.
An Edge Hill University researcher will call for a full public inquiry into collusion between the British state and paramilitary organisations at an event in Belfast later this week.
Every Child Counts is a partnership between Edge Hill University and the Department for Education which aims to enable the lowest attaining children in Years 1 to 6 and beyond to make greater progress towards expected levels of attainment in mathematics.
Edge Hill University is working with sixty schools across Oxfordshire as part of a ground-breaking project to boost children’s writing skills.