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18 May 2022

Sheffield Hallam welcomes Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire

Sheffield Hallam University has welcomed the Lord-Lieutenant of South Yorkshire, Dame Hilary Chapman, to its unique Early Years Community Research Centre as part of an official visit


16 May 2022

Shadow Universities Minister praises Sheffield Hallam’s approach to arts

The Shadow Minister for Higher Education, Matt Western MP, has praised Sheffield Hallam University’s approach to teaching the arts in a special visit to celebrate this year’s degree show.


29 April 2022

Hallam students support squash programme for local young people

Sheffield-based Steel City Squash combines professfional squash coaching with educational support and creative learning activities.


31 March 2022

Sheffield Hallam University pledges to secure successful student futures

Sheffield Hallam has pledged to develop a Student Futures Manifesto – promising joint action between the University and its students to tackle the problems caused by the pandemic.


30 March 2022

Supporting science teachers to engage with or carry out research can improve their teaching practice

New research has found that training and development programmes that support primary teachers and secondary science teachers to engage with and use research can improve their teaching.


29 March 2022

Educational resources to support conversations with children about war and conflict

Our early years education experts have joined forces with an organisation that supports mental health and wellbeing in schools to create specialist resources to help parents and children deal with anxiety caused by the war in Ukraine


18 March 2022

New study finds autistic young people can thrive in a more flexible education system

A new study exploring the educational experiences of autistic young people and their families’ during the pandemic found that some young people thrived and calls for policymakers to be more responsive to different educational needs.


23 February 2022

Sheffield Hallam shortlisted for University of the Year Award

Sheffield Hallam has been shortlisted for two awards, including the coveted title of University of the Year, in the Educate North Awards which celebrate outstanding work in higher and further education.


15 February 2022

Government should implement professional development entitlement for teachers– new report

Teachers should be given a government implemented entitlement to professional development at all stages of their career and all schools should appoint a senior leader responsible for staff development, according to a new report.


06 February 2022

Universities and colleges must prioritise working together, new report says

A new report calling for greater collaboration between colleges and universities has set out recommendations for governments and sector leaders to support regional priorities and deliver UK-wide economic recovery.


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