Following six months of consultation and input from across the early years sector, the Early Years Coalition tonight launches Birth to 5 Matters.
Researchers at Edge Hill University are set to investigate a “worrying phenomenon” in the North West of England that is seeing increasing numbers of vulnerable children placed into local authority care yet remain living at home.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have investigated how sleep and physical activity could influence the mental health of children and young people living in Lancashire.
New research by an Edge Hill University student will explore how the arts and creative therapies can help to heal racial trauma.
Screenlife Liverpool and Edge Hill’s Accelerator Programme ends today with an online ceremony to celebrate its participants.
Tackling the Blues, an award-winning sport and arts-based education programme, has launched a series of online bitesize lessons to help teachers support children and young people’s mental health during lockdown.
A criminology expert at Edge Hill University is part of an international team that has been awarded funding to uncover how the art of storytelling can inspire unity and inclusivity in society.
A former Edge Hill student is capturing the imagination of children through her love for storytelling. English Literature alumna Nicola Cobham, who lives in Hightown near Crosby, has channelled her inner author to create stories which excite young minds across TV and books. After graduating in 2005, Nicola juggled jobs and perfecting her storytelling skills […]
Key workers from Edge Hill University’s Facilities Management (FM) team have been shortlisted for three awards for their response to Covid-19 to support isolating students and struggling communities.
Edge Hill’s Institute for Social Responsibility (ISR) is marking the anniversary of the UK’s first national lockdown on 24th March by holding a series of fascinating talks and reopening their Covid-19 Blog.