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The Week Junior is the weekly current affairs magazine trusted by teachers and loved by children. With articles covering the week’s big news stories as well as features on topics such as science, history, geography and the arts there’s something to inspire every child in your class.
The Week Junior magazine is a must for your KS2 classroom, providing pupils with a weekly source of trustworthy, factual global news that will help broaden their knowledge and understanding of the world in which they live.
When it comes to sensitive or complex news The Week Junior’s award-winning team explain these events in a clear, accessible and age-appropriate way.
Context and background are provided to help readers make sense of a story without dumbing down information or patronising readers. This is why its readers love it so much!
But it’s not just the readers who love the magazine, teachers have found it to be an indispensable classroom resource as well.
It can be used flexibly to support subjects across the curriculum and offers a superb way of enhancing, enriching and extending literacy lessons.
The vast array of subjects covered not only engages pupils in their learning, but also provides a simple-and-easy way to broaden vocabulary.
The magazine also offers plenty of opportunities for discussion in the classroom, challenging pupils to think critically and develop their own opinions on today’s big issues.
There are subscriptions that are affordable for every school, starting from as little as £54/year.
Each annual subscription is for 40-issues, delivered during term time only, and you can tailor the number of copies you want each week to the needs of your school.
Claim a free copy of The Week Junior to trial with your pupils. Visit schools.theweekjunior.co.uk/teach-free and use the code: TEACH20F.
For free teaching resources from The Week Junior head to theweekjuniorschools.co.uk.
Junior is trustworthy, age-appropriate and our pupils love reading it, what more can you ask for?”
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