Don’t miss out on the great teaching benefits of new current affairs magazine The Week Junior, a rich source of relevant, cross-curricular material for use in the library, classroom, tutor time or for homework.
Keep 8-11 year old pupils up to date with the latest news, inspire their love of reading and writing, and make use of the regular magazine features such as ‘Around the world’, ‘The big debate’, and ‘Science and Technology’ for learning across all subject areas.
Pupils also get the opportunity to enter The Week Junior Letter To The Editor Competition with brilliant prizes up for grabs for pupils and their school. Hurry as this competition closes in February.
Register today to receive a free eight week subscription to five copies of the magazine per week* and gain access to quick and easy downloadable teaching resources, plus an exclusive offer code for discounted school subscriptions.
Brought to you by The Week magazine, this fast growing current affairs magazine is written to engage young, curious minds and features a fantastic range of stimulating stories and information for use in and out of the classroom.
For more information on The Week Junior for your classroom and to register online visit:www.nationalschoolspartnership.com/theweekjunior
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