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First News Education is offering a prize of a year’s access to their online iHub, the BETT award-winning literacy platform.
Delivering weekly reading activities based on the latest news stories from First News, the UK’s only newspaper created for children, the iHub’s interactive comprehensions, vocabulary puzzles, polls and debates are created in three reading levels for KS2 and KS3 pupils.
These engaging activities are automatically tailored to suit pupils’ reading levels, helping them accomplish the best they can by scaffolding their understanding of news stories in the most effective way.
With the flexibility to either select or automate which activities are assigned to complete at school or for homework, the iHub is an invaluable, time-saving tool for teaching professionals across English, citizenship, PSHE and subjects across the curriculum such as geography and science, where pupils are required to understand, evaluate and respond to information accurately.
With the added benefit of instant marking on multiple-choice questions, the iHub not only supports teachers but encourages pupils’ accuracy and precision, motivating them to develop their understanding of news stories while enhancing their core literacy levels.
You can track the progress of your class through a reporting dashboard, meriting achievements and identifying where extra support may be needed, making the iHub a perfect solution for lessons, homework and intervention groups.
Find out how schools are transforming their approach to literacy with the iHub here.
Learn more at schools.firstnews.co.uk.
For your chance to win, simply fill in your details below.
*Competition is open to all schools. Closes midnight Tuesday 18 June 2019. Winner will be notified by Friday 10th July 2019. Access to the iHub can start at the winning school’s preferred date, but access must begin by 30 September 2019.