Edge Hill’s Secondary English PGCE students are offering a helping hand to teachers by putting together a programme of English lessons for schools to use.
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.
A games expert from Edge Hill University explains why there has been a surge in the popularity of board games as the nation celebrates World Chess Day today (20th July).
Minority groups have been the focus of an Edge Hill leadership skills course during lockdown to encourage more women, the BAME community and people with disabilities into senior positions.
Carers are being invited to join a special group set up to train care professionals of the future at Edge Hill University.
Academics at Edge Hill University are highlighting the effect of Covid-19 on the natural rather than human world to mark World Environment Day.
Award-winning broadcast journalist Emily Maitlis has been confirmed as the author of this year’s Big Read book.
Students are staying connected in a new virtual world of social activity thanks to the efforts of Edge Hill University’s Campus Life team who are going above and beyond to support them during lockdown.