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.
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.
Schools, families and key partners will be helped through the COVID-19 pandemic by Edge Hill University’s new virtual learning hub.
An Edge Hill University academic joined a panel of experts for Adobe’s roundtable discussion to look at how innovation can help develop new pedagogies and agile learning programmes.
Senior Lecturer in Theology and Religion at Edge Hill University, Dr Chris Greenough is publishing a new book called Queer Theologies: The Basics.
“The news that new teachers’ salaries are due to be increased is undoubtedly welcome.” Dr Jane Moore talks about the impact the salary increase might have on those in teaching.
Day five of graduations will see students from Edge Hill’s Faculty of Arts and Sciences, and Faculty of Education, pick up their degree awards.
A Chorley teaching student who had a baby during her third year has graduated with a First Class Honours degree, and secured a teaching post to start in September.
Three Isle of Man students will graduate together from Edge Hill University today and return to the Island to take up their first teaching posts.
Day one of graduations will see students from Edge Hill’s Faculty of Education pick up their degree awards.