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.
Two academics from Edge Hill University have been awarded prestigious National Teaching Fellowships in recognition of their outstanding impact on student outcomes and the teaching profession.
Edge Hill University has been acknowledged as one of the world’s finest teaching institutions, winning a Global Teaching Excellence Spotlight Award in recognition of ‘the quality of support and engagement infrastructure for students.’
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 clock is ticking, the countdown continues its inexorable progress, the midnight hour rapidly approaches. We could be talking about the start of the World Cup in Russia.
A former Health Care Assistant at Bolton Royal Hospital has fulfilled her dream of helping people by swapping her career ambitions and becoming a teacher.
Edge Hill University has achieved Gold, the highest rating in the national Teaching Excellence Framework (TEF), for delivering ‘consistently outstanding teaching, learning and outcomes for its students’.
An Edge Hill University lecturer who abolished traditional lectures and seminars and encouraged students to work on mobile phones has been nominated for a prestigious award.
Ian Palin hopes to trade in his printing press for pupils and black boards after completing the University’s Fastrack course
Angela Snagg’s passion for reading and writing prompted her to put her turbulent home life to the side, and embark on an English degree