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First News Education is giving away a year’s package worth £1,079! The winning school will receive access to the First News newspaper digital edition, printable reading activities and digital learning tool.
First News is read by over two million young people each week, and is proven to engage even the most reluctant readers.
It covers politics to entertainment, sports to science and everything in between, giving children an accessible way to grow their understanding of our local, national and global news stories.
First News Education’s print and digital tools are based on understanding and exploring the latest stories in First News. Activity Sheets are weekly, printable comprehensions, vocabulary puzzles and debates.
They are provided in three levels for Lower KS2, Upper KS2 and KS3, to give teachers the flexibility to assign the most suitable level for whole classes or individual pupils.
Ideal for both class and homework, Activity Sheets can be accessed by all teachers in your school, opening up the benefits of news-based learning to an unlimited number of pupils.
The iHub is First News Education’s Bett award-winning digital tool, delivering weekly, interactive reading activities and polls. Activities are automatically tailored for each pupil based on their suited reading level, making the iHub a powerful, time-saving addition to your school.
It offers the flexibility to automate weekly assignments or choose which activities to set as classwork or homework. Pupils earn points and badges as they progress, motivating them to succeed and rewarding their achievements.
Teachers can monitor the progress of classes and individual pupils via a reporting dashboard, giving schools visibility over their pupils’ growing literacy skills.
More than 9,000 schools trust First News Education to provide the tools they need to grow and nurture their pupils’ reading, writing and oracy skills.
Find out more at schools.firstnews.co.uk/case-studies.
For your chance to win, simply fill out the short entry form below before Friday 6 December.
Competition is open to all schools. Closes midnight, Friday 6 December, 2019. The winner will be notified by Friday 13 December. If the winning school does
not claim their prize by Monday 13 January, a new winner will be contacted.