A health researcher at Edge Hill University has been appointed to a top role to influence children’s nursing education in the UK.
An Edge Hill University student who has worked tirelessly to enrich the lives of children, Ellen Kay Garner, has won a prestigious scholarship worth £2,000.
Two years ago, Amy Magill overcame several obstacles to graduate with a First Class degree in Child Health and Wellbeing; today, she can now add a Masters to her list of academic achievements.
Rona Francis’ life was transformed following her decision to pursue higher education through the Fastrack course, which in 2019 celebrates its 21st year.
Edge Hill student Jodie Roberts says that fate helped her find the best route to her Masters in Children’s Nursing.
The importance of ‘play for the sake of playing’ was examined at a unique event featuring pop up adventure playgrounds, hula hoops, bubble machines and the research behind all the fun at Edge Hill University.
After juggling the demands of motherhood and overcoming a turbulent relationship, Amy Magill has graduated from Edge Hill University today with a First Class degree.
Against the odds, Rachel Hughes has graduated from Edge Hill University today with a First Class Honours degree.
Mature-age student and Mum of three, Laura Farrow graduated with a degree in the face of an exceptionally challenging family illness.