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The Week Junior sparks children’s natural curiosity by making learning fun. It gets them back into a questioning frame of mind so they’re ready to hit the new school year running.
Our skilfully curated news pages help children learn vital skills for school, such as:
- Developing critical thinking
- Learning how to debate a topic
- Forming their own opinions
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- From news to nature, science to geography, and sport to books, Every issue explores an extraordinary array of topics from around the globe.
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What our readers say....
Shivani loves her weekly round up from The Week Junior. The combination of current affairs, reviews and diverse factual and cultural content mean she awaits its arrival with eager anticipation, reads from cover to cover and then returns to it throughout the week.
The best thing about The Week Junior is the content, it’s trustworthy, age-appropriate, high-quality current affairs for children.
Thanks again for a brilliant magazine - all of us read it in our house! I am always amazed by how well the magazine tackles difficult or worrying issues in a way which is informative but not unduly complicated or scary.