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        First News reports on the biggest and most fascinating news from the UK and around the world every week, for children aged 7 to 14. Through growing each child’s global awareness, First News cultivates a love of reading and learning, which is why more than two and a half million young people read First News every week.

        From politics to entertainment, sports to science and everything in between, First News upholds a balance between positive stories and hard-hitting news, inspiring young minds with amazing facts and providing reassuring context to more complex issues. First News is also a platform for children to have their say and be heard. From a weekly poll to our general junior elections, First News gets to the bottom of what young people think, and helps schools around the world create communities of active, global citizens.


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        Activity Sheets

        Read by more than two and a half million* young people every week, First News reports on the biggest and most fascinating news from the UK and around the world, for children aged 7 to 14. From quick news to in-depth reports, First News covers a huge variety of topics, engaging every reader type while cultivating a love of learning.

        The Bett award-winning iHub delivers interactive comprehensions, vocabulary puzzles, polls and debate topics based on the latest stories in the newspaper, for KS2 and KS3. By automatically tailoring activities to each pupils’ reading level, the iHub saves teachers valuable time and?provides a personalised learning experience, driving engagement and motivation.

        Activity Sheets are weekly comprehensions, vocabulary puzzles, quizzes and fortnightly debates, based on delving into the week’s news stories in First News. Created in three reading levels for Lower KS2, Upper KS2 and KS3, they provide fully prepared, printable lesson content every week alongside a subscription to First News print or digital newspaper.

        Newspaper

        Read by more than two and a half million* young people every week, First News reports on the biggest and most fascinating news from the UK and around the world, for children aged 7 to 14. From quick news to in-depth reports, First News covers a huge variety of topics, engaging every reader type while cultivating a love of learning.

        iHub

        The Bett award-winning iHub delivers interactive comprehensions, vocabulary puzzles, polls and debate topics based on the latest stories in the newspaper, for KS2 and KS3. By automatically tailoring activities to each pupils’ reading level, the iHub saves teachers valuable time and?provides a personalised learning experience, driving engagement and motivation.


        Activity Sheets

        Activity Sheets are weekly comprehensions, vocabulary puzzles, quizzes and fortnightly debates, based on delving into the week’s news stories in First News. Created in three reading levels for Lower KS2, Upper KS2 and KS3, they provide fully prepared, printable lesson content every week alongside a subscription to First News print or digital newspaper.

        WHY CHOOSE FIRST NEWS?

        CONNECT NEWS AND LEARNING

        Weekly news reading, analysis and discussion can have a powerful impact on students’ learning in both KS2 and 3. Read more about the proven benefits of integrating news into reading.

        IMPROVE LITERACY SKILLS

        National Literacy Trust research proved that using First News and Activity Sheets in the classroom displayed positive changes in both reading attitudes and attainment.

        REDUCE WORKLOAD

        Our flexible, time-saving tools are designed to seamlessly integrate into lessons, libraries and homework in the form of weekly hassle-free, pre-prepared reading activities.

        JOIN THOUSANDS OF SCHOOLS

        Thousands of schools around the world are already using our award-winning news and literacy resources to transform their approach to growing reading, writing and oracy.

        “The news articles and activities that were available, and the ability to achieve such things as points and gems engaged pupils in ways we hadn’t previously seen.”
        St Michael’s Catholic School, Buckinghamshire

        “I can say, very enthusiastically, that staff and students at school have absolutely loved having the access to First News and the iHub – it is a fabulous investment and well worth the money.”
        St Christopher’s School,
        Bahrain
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