How to support EAL pupils in your classroom and school

26th Jan 2022, 16:30 - 26th Jan, 2022, 18:00

Online

This session provides a basic introduction to EAL practices and pedagogies. It is for teachers and Teaching assistants who have little prior knowledge of how to support a pupil with EAL and may have a pupil with EAL in their class.

High Tea (with a twist)

24th Jan 2022, 12:30 - 24th Jan, 2022, 12:30

The Arts Centre

Dressed to impress as always, the Canapé Art twins perform dance and acrobatics above a tastefully laid tea table, and mingle with the crowd for selfies and a cuppa.

High Tea (with a twist)

24th Jan 2022, 14:00 - 24th Jan, 2022, 14:00

The Arts Centre

Dressed to impress as always, the Canapé Art twins perform dance and acrobatics above a tastefully laid tea table, and mingle with the crowd for selfies and a cuppa.

High Tea (with a twist)

24th Jan 2022, 15:00 - 24th Jan, 2022, 15:00

The Arts Centre

Dressed to impress as always, the Canapé Art twins perform dance and acrobatics above a tastefully laid tea table, and mingle with the crowd for selfies and a cuppa.

Leadership in the Early Years

25th Jan 2022, 14:00 - 25th Jan, 2022, 16:00

Online

You will engage in a critical discussion and participate in practical tasks of identifying a leadership issue from your practice.

The Ballad of Mulan

26th Jan 2022, 13:30 - 26th Jan, 2022, 13:30

The Arts Centre

The real heroine behind the Chinese Legend that inspired Disney’s animation Mulan.

Campus Tour

26th Jan 2022, 15:00 - 26th Jan, 2022, 16:00

Edge Hill University

Our campus tours, led by a student guide, provide a great opportunity to see Edge Hill University’s award-winning campus for yourself and get a taste of what the student experience here is like.

The Ballad of Mulan

26th Jan 2022, 19:00 - 26th Jan, 2022, 19:00

The Arts Centre

The real heroine behind the Chinese Legend that inspired Disney’s animation Mulan.

The role of education in the age of global migration: challenges and possibilities with Prof Halleli Pinson

27th Jan 2022, 12:00 - 18th Jan, 2022, 13:00

Online

The world now faces the prospect of having over 50 million migrant children, many of whom have had disrupted, little to no education. In this talk, Prof Halleli Pinson invites you to think how education, often one of the only human rights left to such youth, addresses the temporality and the liminality of their existence in hostile settings. Who is responsible for the delivery of such a right and what is the moral obligation of states to help migrant youth achieve an ‘imaginable future’?