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  • Posted on Monday 03 June 2019

    HELOA Best Practice and Innovation Award Winner 2019

    Take a moment to remember being 16 years old, just starting college or sixth form. If you're anything like me you felt nervous about the new challenges ahead and worried about making friends.

  • Posted on Tuesday 05 March 2019

    Spectacular Science

    From masterclasses to talks in schools, to public events, this year we have something on offer for any age during Science Week!

  • Posted on Friday 22 February 2019

    Girls in Maths

    Our Girls in Maths event is put on in memory of Joana Burns- a former Sheffield Hallam maths student who unfortunately passed away shortly after completing her degree.

  • Posted on Thursday 31 January 2019

    A Feel for Forensics

    What do you think of when you hear the word 'Forensics'? Maybe the likes of CSI and Silent Witness come to mind? Here at Sheffield Hallam we have developed an activity which highlights the lesser known areas of forensics to Post-16 students and aims to encourage students to think more about what the term 'forensics' really represents in everyday life professions.

  • Posted on Tuesday 18 December 2018

    Christmas Comes to Sheffield

    The Christmas holidays are well and truly on the way and there are plenty of festive things to do in Sheffield to fill your days off, especially during "Crimbo Limbo" between Christmas Day and New Year's Eve.

  • Posted on Monday 10 December 2018

    Making the most of Open Days at SHU

    Open Days, Course Open Days and Selection Events are all ways to find out what a University is really like. You may have read about the University on a website and seen the sun-filled campus photos in the prospectus, but visiting is the best way to get a real feel for the University and the City.

  • Posted on Thursday 06 December 2018

    1918 Creative Writing Project

    As part of a series of events and activities that Sheffield Hallam University have planned, the Widening Participation and Outreach (WPO) Team have worked in partnership with three Primary Schools from across the South Yorkshire region to deliver an exciting creative writing project.

  • Posted on Tuesday 17 July 2018

    “Every Contact Leaves a Trace”

    Those were the words of Sir Edmond Locard, French Criminologist and pioneer in forensic science. They were also pivotal words in the case file teams from Sheffield Girls and Chapeltown Academy focused on in the 2018 Mock Trial final held last week in The University’s Thomas Van Haaren Moot Court on July 4th.

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