Magazines can help encourage pupils to learn about educational subjects through less formal means whilst also appealing to their passions with varied content. We supply schools throughout the UK and abroad with magazine subscriptions. This allows members of staff to use them as a key resource, to help improve independent reading skills inside and away from the classroom.
Each month you will receive a new set of lesson plans that are created in partnership with a primary school teacher and literacy coordinator. Each set ties into the national curriculum targeting key assessment targets.Find out more >
Our magazines and unique lesson plans give children a different educational experience. One with a tactile and fun element that changes the pace and keeps your students engaged.
Each month we focus on one magazine and develop lesson plans around it.
Simply select how many copies of the magazine you require each month. Choose from 6, 12, 18, 24, and 30 copies.
We send our magazines at the start of the month and you can download the lesson plans from our website.
Each issue also comes with a letter to read first with descriptions and recommendations for each task. They are created with teachers in mind, so you can easily drop them into your existing plans for your class.
Your magazines will be delivered directly to your school at the start of the month so you can plan ahead.
Your students can enjoy learning from our exciting, full-colour magazines, not just black and white handouts, which means less photocopying for you to do. We’ll let you know when you need to renew. Our customer service team can help you renew quickly and easily so there are no gaps and no double orders.
Using the magazines with the children has ignited their curiosity in the world around them. They are excited to have their own copy to thumb through at their own pace, and are eager to share their new found knowledge with the staff. The magazines themselves cover a wider range of topics, which means they can be used across the whole school in a variety of lessons. They are accessible for all abilities and have supported the 'reading for pleasure' agenda. We would definitely recommend them.
No more black and white photocopies, just contemporary full-colour magazines.