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.
Edge Hill University Faculty of Education are hosting their 11th Annual Research Conference in Education (ACRE) from 16-17 July.
Edge Hill University has been chosen to deliver a new government funded programme to transform computing education in schools across the North West. Thanks to funding through the Department for Education’s newly established National Centre for Computing Education, the university will run free computer courses for primary and secondary teachers equipping them with the knowledge […]
Academics from Edge Hill University have conducted research into how teachers use research, which is explored in a new book published by Routledge.
Edge Hill University and Tate Liverpool are to deliver a ground-breaking educational programme that uses iconic artworks in new ways.
Following an announcement by the Department for Education (DfE), professional skills tests for initial teacher training applicants can now be retaken unlimited times.
Peter Cranie, Senior Lecturer in Education and Training, took part in a lively Question Time-style debate in the run-up to the General Election.
The UK’s Children’s Laureate, Chris Riddell, inspired the next generation of primary school teachers with a creative and entertaining guest lecture at the Faculty of Education’s annual ‘Read to Inspire’ event.
St Helens-born conductor John Rigby awarded Honorary Doctor of Arts