Edge Hill partner dot-art Schools has scooped a coveted Impact Award at the 2020 Liverpool City Region Culture and Creativity Awards for Improving Education & Learning.
Edge Hill University has joined forces with a Liverpool arts project to help find the next generation of artists and creative thinkers.
In rapid response to January’s lockdown, Edge Hill University’s Faculty of Education is hosting events for teachers to get up to speed on the latest remote learning techniques.
An Edge Hill education expert has joined leading academics, politicians and campaigners in a call for new skills and learning courses for both younger and older adult learners.
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.