An Edge Hill student is highlighting the profound impact of award-winning child mental health programme Tackling the Blues as it gets set to expand.
With growing concerns about female safety and sexual harassment and discrimination in sport, Edge Hill’s leading researchers are launching a timely new public seminar series that will address these and other challenges for sport.
The award-winning children’s mental health programme, Tackling the Blues, is celebrating a milestone year after supporting a record number of new children and young people across the North West.
Everton legend Ian Snodin went back to school this week to support Tackling the Blues, the award-winning project run by Edge Hill University, Everton in the Community (EitC) and Tate Liverpool which uses sport and the arts to help school children at risk of developing mental health problems.
The Department of Sport and Physical Activity at Edge Hill has met the criteria to be receive the Athena Swan Bronze Award for its commitment to support and transform gender equality within higher education and research.
A team of leading researchers have been commissioned by the Sport for Development Coalition and charity Mind to research how sport and exercise can address the mental health crisis brought on by Covid-19.
Television and radio presenter Roman Kemp will pay a virtual visit to Edge Hill next month to give a first-hand account of his emotional BBC documentary Our Silent Emergency, which explores the mental health and suicide crisis gripping young men across the UK.
Dreams of a career playing cricket are a step closer for Emma Lamb who has been awarded an England Rookie Contract, following her graduation last year from Edge Hill University.
Everton striker and Edge Hill University PhD student Simone Magill is waiting for a new date for Merseyside clash.
Edge Hill University staff joined partners Everton in the Community to welcome The Duke of Cambridge to Liverpool today as he visited one of the charity’s mental health campaigns.