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Submitting placement offers 2023/24

Submitting placement offers will constitute your acceptance of our Partnership Agreement.

Should you have any questions or need any support in submitting your offers, please call 01695 654303 (8.45am – 5pm) or email [email protected]

If you would like to discuss your placement offers or further opportunities to work in partnership with Edge Hill University, please email [email protected] and we will arrange a virtual meeting or contact with a partnership colleague.

How to submit your placement offers

Use the buttons below to submit your offer:

Secondary Education Post-14 Education Primary & Early Years

Supporting information on placement offers

Early Years Education supporting information

Undergraduate Early Years- placement information

PGCE Early Years- placement information

ITE primary early years placement patterns 2023-2024

Primary Education supporting information

Undergraduate Primary Education- placement information

PGCE Primary Education- placement information

ITE primary early years placement patterns 2023-2024

Secondary Education supporting information

Undergraduate Secondary Education- placement information

PGCE Secondary Education- placement information

ITE Secondary placement patterns 2023-2024

PGDE Post-14 Education supporting information

PGDE Post-14 Education- placement information

Why work in partnership with the Faculty of Education at Edge Hill University?

Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Education has been at the forefront of teacher education for over 130 years. Today it enjoys the enviable position of being one of the country’s major providers of education, training and research for the children’s workforce.  The Faculty of Education is strongly committed to partnership-led teacher education and believes that multi-stranded partnerships which share the same vision, provide a solid foundation and environment for real impact on the quality of training and teachers. The team is driven by a commitment to high quality practice, high quality achievement and providing opportunities for all, and sees its partnership work as crucial in achieving this ambitious vision.

The faculty has extremely high expectations of its partners but it is hoped that working in partnership it provides partners with real opportunities to be part of a larger network of professionals involved in innovation and research and knowledge exchange. The partnership itself is innovative in how it drives high standards, provides a high quality student experience and high quality student achievement, supports individual schools, settings and colleges in achieving their own goals, listening to what partners need and tailoring programmes of support for maximum impact.

The Faculty is open to new ideas and welcomes partners that want to break new ground in education and training and work as part of a very successful university partnership.  Working with partner schools, colleges and other settings is integral to the programmes we deliver in the Faculty of Education and to the student experience.

We value the time and dedication that mentors and teachers give our students, building their confidence and their competence in the classroom. We would not be a leading provider of Initial Teacher Education without them.