Former Edge Hill PGCE Secondary Science Education has won the TES New Teacher of the Year. Judges commented “Caroline stood out as she is such an inspirational role model – both for other new teachers and for pupils.” Read the full article here
Please have a read of Shereen Shaw’s (Lecturer in Further Education) monograph published in the One Year Anniversary edition of Adrogyny. Link here.
This event involved a collaborative week-long residency during June 2018 in the Exchange Gallery Space and daily workshops in the Clore Learning Studio at Tate Liverpool. The event built on the ‘Research in Special Education’ (RISE) project which involves staff from across the departments within the Faculty of Education. Spaces was designed to interactively explore […]
Here at Edge Hill, Excellence Scholarships are awarded each year to students who demonstrate outstanding ability, commitment and achievement in a variety of fields from the creative and performing arts to enterprise and volunteering. The winning scholars are chosen by a panel of academics from a pool of candidates that gets stronger every year. This […]
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.
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 […]
The Secondary Partnership and Employability Conference – attended by all secondary ITT trainees. 10 – 4pm on Thursday 15th December – key speakers were drawn from experts working within and across the Secondary partnership. Topics addressed included “Post 16 Teaching and Learning” and then relating to preparing for employment in addition to how and where to apply, […]
Congratulations to Secondary Tutors who have recently published an article in The Educational Review titled “The moral frontiers of English education policy: governmentality and ethics within an alternative provision free school” The research provides a critical poststructuralist analysis of Conservative led free school policy in England. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/00131911.2016.1223018
Krystina O’Mara, a PGCE English trainee teacher, has been working with her Mentors and pupils at Royton and Crompton School to understand “Remembrance” and its meaning for different groups. After a week of studying ‘Poppies’ by Jane Weir, Krystina enlisted the help of Manchester Army Careers to bring the subject alive for her Year 7 […]