After graduating from Edge Hill’s Early Years Teacher Status (EYTS) programme, former student Katie Walmsley has recently been awarded Early Years Teacher of the Year in the Nursery World Awards 2017.
The UK’s foremost female nuclear engineer called on teaching graduands to encourage and support girls and boys to see science as crucial to their progression.
A former Health Care Assistant at Bolton Royal Hospital has fulfilled her dream of helping people by swapping her career ambitions and becoming a teacher.
Alongside her academic studies, committed student Maegan Cleary has dedicated a lot of her time to volunteering and raising money for Ukrainian orphanages.
A former international holiday rep who spent years entertaining children and gambled her career for a degree now has her sights set on becoming a head teacher.
Honorary doctorates will be conferred on seven individuals during Edge Hill University’s graduation ceremonies at the Ormskirk campus between Monday 17th and Friday 21st July, 2017.
Edge Hill staff visited China earlier this month on a cross-faculty trip to meet and strengthen links with colleagues from the School of Humanities, Sichuan Technology and Business University (STBU), Chengdu.
Peter Cranie, Senior Lecturer in Education and Training, took part in a lively Question Time-style debate in the run-up to the General Election.
An interactive workshop that will allow children and adults to discover themselves through artistic exercises will take place at Edge Hill University, later this month.
The UK’s Children’s Laureate, Chris Riddell, inspired the next generation of primary school teachers with a creative and entertaining guest lecture at the Faculty of Education’s annual ‘Read to Inspire’ event.