Edge Hill’s annual free festival of Primary Science will take place later this month, with local primary school children, trainees, teachers and families encouraged to attend.
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Knitting fanatic Amy Pennington has turned a childhood hobby into a way of helping others, and her passion and dedication has earned her a prestigious Edge Hill University Excellence Scholarship.
More and more teachers are using social media to find out about the latest education research, but are they getting the full picture?
With no previous experience in cycling, Primary Education PGCE student Tom Moon embarked on a 300 mile bike ride from London to Paris to raise money for a charity close to his heart.
BBC broadcaster and Edge Hill graduate Ngunan Adamu is making the most of her teaching qualification by launching an academy to create opportunities for women in Liverpool.
Edge Hill graduate Ruth Clarkson has been astounded by the public reaction to a letter she sent to one of her pupils, praising his skills and talents that she said SATs couldn’t measure.
Committed PGCE student Akta Chande has overcome huge personal adversity to graduate from Edge Hill University this week, after what she thought was a cold turned out to be something much more serious.