Bestselling author, passionate photographer, newspaper columnist, public speaker, tea-maker and mother of 9 – Amanda is a (very busy) woman of many talents, but first and foremost, Amanda is a shepherdess! Life is very busy for Amanda and her family - so The Week Junior is an essential tool for keeping her children up to date with the world, providing a moment of calm, encouraging screen-free time, reading for pleasure and family discussion. Try it with your family today - and get your first 6 issues free.
"In today’s modern world which is filled with numerous ways to consume news and media, it’s nice to see the kids sitting down with their copy of The Week Junior. It helps them keep up to date with news and information across a wide variety of topics, plus reduces the amount of time they spend staring at screens."
The Week Junior is packed with inspiring content for 8-14s
This Week's Big News - the biggest news stories from around the world.
National News - a selection of the most important and interesting stories from across the UK.
Discover all the latest incredible Science and Technology news.
Explore both sides of an issue with The Big Debate, and find out who's making the headlines in the People section.
Encourage a love of our natural world with the Animals and the Environment feature.
Explore a wide range of topics with the weekly in-depth feature, All About.
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- Start your trial and receive your first 6 print issues for free
- Spark your children's natural curiosity and excitement
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Don't just take my word for it!
I wish The Week Junior had been around when I was a kid - I’d have known so much more about the world in which I was growing up.
My granddaughter Rosamund dashes in from school on a Friday afternoon, grabs her latest copy of The Week Junior & disappears for the next 3 hours. She loves this magazine!
The Week Junior is brilliant! All the news, without the boring bits. Or at least with the boring bits made not boring.