Edge Hill University is collaborating with Tate Liverpool on an innovative education and community research project which will inform the gallery’s learning initiatives at a local and national level.
Following an announcement by the Department for Education (DfE), professional skills tests for initial teacher training applicants can now be retaken unlimited times.
Dedication. That’s what you need if you want to be the
best, according to the late Roy Castle….
As an ultramarathon runner, Scott regularly clocks up 100km – or 62 miles – and has raised thousands of pounds for charity. His dedication has now been rewarded with an Excellence Scholarship from Edge Hill University.
As well as studying for a degree in Early Childhood Studies and looking after her three boys, Dawn Chadwick gives up her valuable weekends to run a voluntary trampoline club for children and adults of all physical abilities.
As well as regularly working through the night to help people in need, first year student Aoibhin Bailie also educates people on making positive lifestyle choices.
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.