Louise is a specialist education and social affairs journalist. Her experience also takes in ethical business, the environment, international development and travel.
She writes across a range of national publications, but you’ll mostly see her work in The Guardian, where she also covers for editors of the various online Networks.
Louise lives just north of Bristol with her partner and two small monsters.
Winner, 2013 and 2014 Rosemary Goodchild award for sexual health journalism
Winner, 2013 CIPR award for outstanding schools journalism
Intensive care: life with a seriously ill baby
Guardian Weekend magazine, 18 January 2014
For babies born ill or early, the first few weeks in intensive care can be gruelling. How do they - and their parents - get through it?
Louise Tickle and photographer Colin McPherson follow one baby born with a serious heart defect. Read more...