Sheffield Hallam rated outstanding across all initial teacher education courses

Sheffield Hallam University’s teacher training has been rated ‘outstanding’ across all four areas, from early years to post-16

Team from Sheffield Institute of Education stood in front of a board which says 'our teacher education is outstanding'.

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Professor Liz Mossop with His Majesty King Letsie III of Lesotho

King of Lesotho visits Sheffield Hallam University

His Majesty King Letsie III of Lesotho has visited Sheffield Hallam University to celebrate the Helena Kennedy Centre’s ongoing partnership with Lesotho

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Group of men and women stood on grass outside building with Yorkshire Cancer Research logo on it

£4m funding boost to expand pioneering cancer support service

A pioneering exercise, nutrition and wellbeing cancer support service that has helped more than 1,000 people in Sheffield prepare for and recover from cancer treatment has received a £4 million funding boost to expand across South Yorkshire.

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An exhibition at Sheffield Hallam University with various artworks displayed on the walls. A person is pictured from behind observing the artwork.

Future Now returns to showcase Sheffield’s emerging creative talent

Future Now Festival of Creativity is returning to venues across Sheffield, showcasing creative work from Sheffield Hallam University’s graduating students

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Hallam in the media

Liz Mossop, the new Sheffield Hallam Vice-Chancellor

Sheffield Hallam is leading the way in delivering health and social care

Sheffield Star: Professor Liz Mossop has written about the crucial role Sheffield Hallam plays in training the next generation of the healthcare workforce

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New house prices are rising rapidly despite a flat market – we need to diversify what we build and who builds it

The Conversation: Dr Tom Archer and Professor Ian Cole have written for The Conversation on UK house prices and the performance of the UK's largest housebuilders

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Features and comment

The Advanced Wellbeing Research Centre

Why new ideas and inventions are essential to ensure we can all enjoy healthier lives

A recent report by one of the UK’s leading health experts found that health inequalities caused a million early deaths in England in the last decade

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The power of degree apprenticeships

One of the defining features of the current job market is the difficulty many sectors are having in recruiting and retaining fresh talent. In the growing logistics industry, we require a steady supply of new recruits to keep up with demand for our services

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A view of Sheffield from the train station.

My first impressions of Sheffield can be summed up in one word: optimism

It’s a great time to start a new job in Sheffield. I write at the start of my second month as Vice-Chancellor of Sheffield Hallam University

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