42 students from the Children and Young People’s Learning and Development Programme will receive their Mental Health First Aid Certificate during Mental Health Awareness week. This award is accredited by Mental Health England and according to them ‘In the same way as we learn physical first aid, Mental Health First Aid teaches participants how to […]
Evaluating voice assessment as a method in the study of male adolescent growth Wednesday 21st June 2017 4pm – venue tbc Newly available data from a paediatric clinic study validate the use of voice as a safe and non-intrusive measurement of key progression points in male puberty. In 2013 the Royal College of Paediatrics and […]
Primary History have been undertaking some exciting initiatives: Read about the recent History walking tour of Liverpool with first year students. Find out more on the Primary History Blog. Primary History were involved in the recent Science under the stars event hosted at Edge Hill University. Primary History had a stall that explored chronology and the […]
13 Year 2 and 3 Primary ITT trainees work in a voluntary capacity as student academic mentors (SAMs) This roles sees the trainees support Year 1 trainees both academically and pastorally. The team were nominated and shortlisted for ‘student team of the year’ award, eventually gaining third place, in what was said to be the […]
Tackling the Blues, an early intervention programme for 6-to-16-year olds launched by Edge Hill and Everton in the Community, supports a number of children and young people who are experiencing, or are at risk of, developing mental illness. The programme was launched in light of concern about mental health problems among children and young people, […]
What’s Your Story, Chorley? is our popular fun-filled annual Festival of Words with more than 50 authors, storytellers, poets, actors and musicians taking part in a number of venues across the town centre. There promises to be something for all the family to enjoy throughout the day. New for this year is our exciting Book […]
On Monday 6th March, over 100 Year 11 pupils from a local Secondary school had a unique opportunity to receive personalised tuition from a maths specialist teacher from Edge Hill University. For more information on this initiative, click here.
Article written by David Boorman for TES online. For further information and the article in full, please click here.
PGCE Maths – Cathrine Jones – interviewed for BBC radio Lancashire on becoming a teacher. Cathrine talks about her motivation to teach and the interview broadcast at 11.15am on BBC Radio Lancashire on 2nd March 2017 can be heard on radio iplayer.
One of Edge Hill University’s Year 2 Design and Technology students was named the ASA England Programmes Athlete of the Year, story below. Winstanley has an unfaltering dedication to his sport Winstanley won the ASA England Programmes Athlete of the Year award for his unfaltering dedication to the sport. He represents England and GB regularly […]