Edge Hill partner dot-art Schools has scooped a coveted Impact Award at the 2020 Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Awards for Improving Education & Learning.
Edge Hill’s Secondary English PGCE students are offering a helping hand to teachers by putting together a programme of English lessons for schools to use.
In rapid response to January’s lockdown, Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Education is hosting events for teachers to get up to speed on the latest remote learning techniques.
Schools are receiving free donations of laptops to help their pupils continue to learn during lockdown.
An Edge Hill University alumna has immersed herself in her professional and personal development and it has paid dividends resulting in her launching her own support service for those with learning difficulties.
An Edge Hill education expert has joined leading academics, politicians and campaigners in a call for new skills and learning courses for both younger and older adult learners.
A new report published by a children’s rights expert at Edge Hill University has highlighted some of the necessary steps to be taken to help improve the lives of children living in Liverpool.
A teaching graduate from Edge Hill University has been nominated for a top award for an innovative sporting activity launched for children in lockdown. Alexandra Graham, 22, teaches at Kingmoor Junior School in Cumbria. She has been nominated for a TES School Award for New Teacher of the Year 2020 for her incredible work setting […]
Award-winning mental health programme Tackling the Blues has appointed six new recruits to grow activities at a time when mental health has never been more important.
A Professor of Children’s Rights at Edge Hill University will join a panel of leading experts to discuss how best to plan for children’s futures, during a British Academy event next week.