After hating the water as a child, things have gone from one extreme to another for Edge Hill student, Addison Brown, who has now been selected to join the senior England Water Polo squad.
There’s not much you can do in just five minutes. You could take a
shower, perhaps, make a cuppa,…
A group of North West primary school children have programmed the world’s first ever ‘Robot Rebel Rant’ in response to criticism around robots taking the jobs of ‘real people’ and calls from the likes of Bill Gates for them to be taxed.
Edge Hill University’s Every Child Counts programme which helps the lowest achieving children boost their mathematical attainment is being rolled out in Norway. Over the last two years Every Child Count’s 1stClass@Number intervention, a fun Post Office themed resource to help five to seven-year-old children in the bottom 20% of attainment, has been used in […]
Millbrook Primary in Stalybridge is a Forest School, one of a small but growing number of schools with a focus on outdoor learning, a concept which was founded and popularised in Scandinavia, and introduced to the UK in the 1990s.
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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Some aspects of university life can initially be a struggle, and many new undergrads experience…
donned round glasses and a makeshift school gown during fancy dress sessions, and
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.