An Edge Hill academic has won a global award from the Sustainability Research Network in recognition of her pioneering work to improve climate change education.
Researchers at Edge Hill University have discovered why fewer students are choosing to study the biology of plants and are calling for changes to the curriculum to address ‘plant blindness’ to protect this much needed profession.
A student who has wanted to be a teacher since the day she was born has achieved her dream in memory of her dad, and her grandma who worked in a local school.
Life is tickety-boo for former bingo caller Cheryl Spofforth, who at the age of 37 (not 92) has graduated from Edge Hill University with a First-Class Honours degree in Early Years Education with QTS.
Edge Hill University’s Professor of Higher Education Ming Cheng has received a prestigious NAFSA Innovative Research in International Education Award.
A children’s rights expert from Edge Hill University has submitted evidence to the Government’s education committee.
To mark National Teacher Appreciation Day (5th May) Edge Hill University is saying a huge thank you to teachers, trainee teacher students and lecturers for the amazing work they do every single day.
Edge Hill University is joining education providers across Lancashire and using the latest technology to help young people and adults to make the right choice about their future ahead of the start of the new academic year in September.
With many parents now faced with juggling home schooling and home working during the COVID-19 lockdown, an Edge Hill University academic talks about both the challenges and opportunities ahead to help mums and dads try and strike that balance.
Edge Hill University is trailblazing a new programme to train people for new roles to support mental health in schools and colleges.