PE and School Sport students from Edge Hill University taught children the joys of living an active healthy, lifestyle during a special Health and Wellbeing Week. Students studying a BA(Hons) Physical Education and School Sport degree spent a week with special educational needs pupils at Lansbury Bridge […]
Anyone considering postgraduate study is being encouraged to give it a go and come along to Edge Hill University to find out more.
Returning to university and having another chance of being a student was “the best thing that I’ve ever done” according to 41-year-old Nicole Mason from Ormskirk.
A former student from Edge Hill University is helping young people with disabilities share their experiences – and their smiles – online in a new blog, which has already reached more than 60,000 people.
Edge Hill graduate, Philip McGuinness, has recently been following the yellow brick road as the Tin Man in Regal Entertainment’s production of the Wizard of Oz.
After hating the water as a child, things have gone from one extreme to another for Edge Hill student, Addison Brown, who has now been selected to join the senior England Water Polo squad.
With no previous experience in cycling, Primary Education PGCE student Tom Moon embarked on a 300 mile bike ride from London to Paris to raise money for a charity close to his heart.
Committed PGCE student Akta Chande has overcome huge personal adversity to graduate from Edge Hill University this week, after what she thought was a cold turned out to be something much more serious.
Edge Hill’s Faculty of Education has recently hosted the Raspberry Pi Foundation’s Picademy, with over 30 Computing teachers and trainees from across the North West visiting the campus to learn more about creative ways of teaching.
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