A student who has wanted to be a teacher since the day she was born has achieved her dream in memory of her dad, and her grandma who worked in a local school.
Georgia-Mae Riley wasn’t sure what she wanted to do after her A-Levels so signed up to a primary teaching degree because she thought she should follow the normal route onto university.
Jamie was just like any other Edge Hill teaching student, enjoying his school placement and playing football until one day in 2019 everything changed.
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.
The star of the latest Get into Teaching campaign, Addison Brown, graduated from Edge Hill University in 2017. He spoke to us to give a behind the scenes look at teaching.
“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 students will run inventor workshops for families at Makefest, a new Liverpool festival celebrating the North West region’s ‘making’ culture.
Edge Hill University is helping to transform the way maths is taught in primary schools and giving both children and teachers a new enthusiasm for this vital, but often unpopular, subject.
Hundreds of Edge Hill University’s student teachers have gained vital knowledge and inspired some of tomorrow’s engineers and scientists by hosting STEM days for schools across all age groups. The student teachers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) subjects hosted the special days for participant pupils from nursery (Key Stage 1) through to sixth […]
To help get that vital first foot on the employment ladder, more and more trainee teachers are undertaking enhancements during a hectic Further Education and Training PGCE year.