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.
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.
An academic from Edge Hill University has been involved in a unique project in Chorley town centre to inspire children to read for pleasure.
Grace Burbidge is using her extensive performance experience to help her on her path into primary school teaching.
After spending time in schools in his role in the asbestos industry, Daniel Pitts underwent a complete career change after witnessing the impact teachers have on the lives of children.
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.
Edge Hill’s annual free festival of Primary Science will take place later this month, with local primary school children, trainees, teachers and families encouraged to attend.
Knitting fanatic Amy Pennington has turned a childhood hobby into a way of helping others, and her passion and dedication has earned her a prestigious Edge Hill University Excellence Scholarship.
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.
Determined to achieve her dreams of becoming a teacher, Chloe Haylock is about to start a Primary Education degree