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The Week Junior | Safe, inspiring news for children


Looking for fun, inspirational reading material for your kids? Need a safe source of news for your children? Keen for an entertaining alternative to screen-time?

Look no further than The Week Junior - the award-winning magazine children love to read.

More than 95,000 families get The Week Junior delivered through their door every week.  Packed with fun, colourful and inspiring content, it provides a safe and inspiring window to the outside world - giving children the facts, but in an age-appropriate and sensitive way.

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We have been inundated with positive feedback from parents, who appreciate having a trusted resource to help them answer their children's questions about the news. What's more, they love getting a weekly source of inspiring and fun content, activities and topics which help keep their kids happily occupied.

“The magazine has been a real source of stability for my family and many others during a confusing and troubled time.”


“Your coverage of the coronavirus pandemic is really helping - it's not alarmist, just factual and that's exactly what my children need just now”


"My boys love receiving your magazine every Friday so much - they don’t get further than the doormat before wanting to read it! Best thing we have invested in in lockdown."







Clare, Mum

Thank you from me, as a parent, for reporting recent weeks with care and precision which has stopped him and his brother feeling alarmed - just informed, especially when confronted with the playground rumour mill


Lucas, Reader

Reading The Week Junior in the sunny corner is my favourite thing to do during the home schooling time.


Clarice, mum

It's given us a window to the outside world, something to look forward to and activities to keep young minds active and distracted during these unusual times.