Tackling the Blues, an award-winning sport and arts-based education programme, has launched a series of online bitesize lessons to help teachers support children and young people’s mental health during lockdown.
Edge Hill University and its partners have pulled together in response to the COVID-19 crisis. By bringing together its world-leading knowledge, state-of-the-art equipment and community spirit, the University is continuing to innovate and improve lives during the pandemic.
Edge Hill’s Tackling the Blues programme, delivered in partnership with Everton in the Community and Tate Liverpool, is marking University Mental Health Day on Thursday 4th March by offering a range of free mental health activities for students.
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.
Schools are receiving free donations of laptops to help their pupils continue to learn during lockdown.
An Edge Hill University alumna has immersed herself in her professional and personal development and it has paid dividends resulting in her launching her own support service for those with learning difficulties.
A new report published by a children’s rights expert at Edge Hill University has highlighted some of the necessary steps to be taken to help improve the lives of children living in Liverpool.
A teaching graduate from Edge Hill University has been nominated for a top award for an innovative sporting activity launched for children in lockdown. Alexandra Graham, 22, teaches at Kingmoor Junior School in Cumbria. She has been nominated for a TES School Award for New Teacher of the Year 2020 for her incredible work setting […]
Award-winning mental health programme Tackling the Blues has appointed six new recruits to grow activities at a time when mental health has never been more important.