Tackling the Blues, an award-winning sport and arts-based education programme, has launched a series of online bitesize lessons to help teachers support children and young people’s mental health during lockdown.
A performer who is training as a psychotherapist at Edge Hill is using her creative talents to encourage children and young people to open up about their mental health through the arts.
Award-winning mental health programme Tackling the Blues has appointed six new recruits to grow activities at a time when mental health has never been more important.
A children’s mental health awareness campaign which saw pupils’ drawings of their Blues heroes take centre stage at a Goodison Park matchday has been shortlisted for a national award.
A mental health awareness programme developed by Edge Hill University and Everton in the Community has been awarded half a million pounds in recognition of the vital impact it has on the student experience.
“The news that new teachers’ salaries are due to be increased is undoubtedly welcome.” Dr Jane Moore talks about the impact the salary increase might have on those in teaching.
Edge Hill University and Tate Liverpool are to deliver a ground-breaking educational programme that uses iconic artworks in new ways.
Inspired by the Tate’s Yves Klein exhibition, Edge Hill’s Animation students and staff have created a short-animation to show how the artist’s interest in Judo influenced his work.
Edge Hill University students are set to perform at Tate Liverpool as part of Tate Exchange on Saturday 10th December.
One of South-East Asia’s leading new poets and translators Maung Day will be visiting Edge Hill as the University’s first International Writer in Residence.