BSc (Hons) Integrated Children and Young Peoples Practice
To help you feel prepared for your university studies, we’ve gathered together a range of course related activities including suggested reading, useful websites and some great things to do right now. Open the links below to find out more:
You’re advised to keep abreast of government changes in health and educational settings. It is also worth bearing in mind that, when on your programme, you will be discussing the social, emotional and physical impact of the pandemic on families and children.
Programme start date
Teaching will begin on Thursday 29 September. On your first day (Thursday 29 September) you will be in sessions from 9am – 3pm. Subsequently, your sessions will occur 1pm – 5pm every Monday after this.
Your induction timetable
Your Induction sessions will take place on Thursday 29 September. The academic sessions are compulsory for all students to attend as they will include important information and are your introduction to the programme. Which social sessions you attend is up to you but these are an ideal way to get know your course mates and will give you a great start to your life at Edge Hill University. You will be given your full semester timetable during your induction week.
Your induction timetable will be available in the coming months.
Interim Head of Department
Carol Wilson E: [email protected] T: 01695 657016
Associate Head of Department
Julie Abayomi E: [email protected] T: 01695 657398
Interim Associate Head of Department
Shelly Haslam E: [email protected] T: 01695 6507720
Toni Bewley E: [email protected] T: 01695 657312
AHSW School Admin Team E: [email protected] T: 01695 650732
Additional ways to prepare
Preparing to start
This session examines how to make a successful transition to university. From planning your results day, accommodation and commuting tips, extra support available to you and general advice on uni life.Watch the session
Find out more about who you are
The following information provides an insight into what to expect when coming to university along with some good advice on how to navigate some of the potential challenges you may face.Start preparing yourself