A world newspaper for ten to sixteen year olds.
And it is free for two months.
The chances are that for many young people today newspapers are either something that exist in other households but not their own or they are gossip columns with very little international news.
Which is why Newsademic exists – for it is an international newspaper written and edited for ten to sixteen year old students.
To date we have over 30,000 readers – which is why we know there is a demand for such a publication.
It is also why we are happy to offer a free two month subscription to the paper. We know that schools that see it, like it.
The publication supports the Citizenship, Social Studies, History, Geography, Science, English and RE curricula though its focus is on international news events that shape and affect the world that we all live in today.
Newsademic carries no advertising. Neither does it feature articles about television, sport, computer games, pop music or celebrity culture.
The newspaper is distributed fortnightly as a PDF file by email or as a download. Although it can be read on screen it is designed to be printed out and read as a paper copy. An intranet licence allows all students to access an HTML searchable version of Newsademic via their school network. Two levels of activities, based on some of the featured articles, accompany each issue.
Annual subscription rates start at £20.00 (excluding VAT) and schools can photocopy any part of the newspaper as many times as they wish for use within their school.
To subscribe free of charge for two months please go to: www.newsademic.com/promo/sms/
For more information visit www.newsademic.com
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