• Keeping Your Plates Spinning: Help @ Edge Hill University

    During university, you will be spinning a number of different plates: studies, work, family, friends, money, to name a few. Now and again, one may look like it’s about to fall off. Or two. Maybe even three. You have to work harder to keep these plates from falling, but sometimes, no matter how hard you […]

  • Paper-less Notes

    Let’s just start by saying that I am a huge stationery nerd. New notebooks, more pens, cute rubbers and pom-pom pencils. I live for it. When I first found out I was going to university, I raided my favourite stationery shops to make sure I had the cutest notebooks with matching folders and brand new […]

  • Managing Your Workload

    Your workload can differ depending on your course. I always remember being told ‘your course sounds easy‘ at the start of the year, followed by ‘I’m so sorry for what I said‘ towards the end. University is funny. One day you can wake up and be on top of everything, but by the end of […]

  • Second-Year Accommodation

    As Housing Week as recently passed, I thought I would talk about my housing experience during my second year of university. Who? This year I am living with three other girls from my course. Two of them are in classes at university and we looked for a 4-bed house. House sizes can go up to […]

  • Tips for Productivity

    Procrastination is easy to slip into and hard to get out of. A lack of motivation is the main cause, which we have all fallen victim to, made especially worse with looming deadlines and challenging studies. In this post, I’m going to give you my three top tips for beating the procrastination monster. To-Do Lists […]

  • What Happens After the Interview for Primary Education with QTS?

    After the interview, my family took me out for lunch as my stomach was too knotted to eat anything in the morning. So my advice would be to relax – you did it! When did I find out I passed? I actually found out in the airport on my way back home – this was […]

  • Interview Process for Primary Education with QTS

    What happened in the interview? I went with my Mum, Dad and best friend to the interview. When we arrived, we went in for a ‘Welcome’ talk in the lecture theatre where they told us the itinerary for the day. We went for a campus tour first while my Dad stayed for a Q&A session […]

  • Interview Tips and Preparation for Primary Education with QTS

    In all honesty, I was incredibly nervous about the interview for this course and I felt sick to my stomach all morning – but this was just nerves and it is completely normal. When I arrived, the staff and student guides were so friendly, reassuring and calm that it settled me down straight away. How […]

  • Why Edge Hill University?

    I had my heart set on Edge Hill immediately. So much so, I didn’t actually apply for anywhere else. I don’t recommend this, you definitely need to have choices, but I like to think of it as a testament to how amazing this university is. My initial experiencesWhen I was in sixth form, Edge Hill […]

  • How to get over your sickness fast!

    Freshers flu is real. Don’t let anyone tell you differently. I didn’t go out very much during freshers week and I still managed to end up with the flu – it will catch you, so be prepared. If you are looking to enrol on an education course, you will no doubt come into some nasty […]