The Week Junior is a brilliant current affairs magazine for children aged between 8 and 14. It’s filled with fascinating stories and information, written to engage curious young minds and encourage them to explore and understand the world around them.
Report into No.10 parties released
Mind your language
Australia buys rights to the Aboriginal flag
IT’S AN AMAZING WEEK FOR…
Year of the Tiger begins
Bloody Sunday anniversary marked
WORD OF THE WEEK • ABORIGINAL
THIS WEEK IN HISTORY
Bloody Sunday inquiries
Severe storms hit the UK
Butterfly home revealed
A 101st-birthday surprise
Sign Language to be recognised in law
Around the world
Should people be allowed to sell body parts? • Some people say changing the law could help to save lives.
What you need to know
LAST WEEK’S POLL
YES • Three reasons why selling body parts should be allowed
NO • Three reasons why selling body parts should not be allowed
Playing with escapist stories • Author Christopher Edge is inspired by games.
A new life racing camels
Making fine art with Lego
“”THEY SAID IT!
Secrets of hippo calls revealed
HELP NESTING BIRDS
The song remains the same
Bonanza of new Asian species
Why are some animals kept on their own?
Taking a look through the glory of glass • A material invented thousands of years ago is shaping the future.
Ancient human had big brain
The Dragon Man mystery
The Big Repair Project aims to reduce waste
Plans afoot for film studio in space
NEW ISSUE ALERT!
Photos of the week
Nadal nets record win
THE WEEK’S WINNERS…
Small steps to big growth • Learn to grow in Children’s Mental Health Week.
“I can now play the piano using both hands”
Children’s Mental Health Week: How to take part • Organisers at Place2be recommend these activities:
Fire your imagination • The Imagine Children’s Festival takes place in London this half-term.
Things to do at the Southbank Centre
Disney defends Snow White remake
THIS WEEK’S WATCHLIST
Staying safe online • We can all work together to make the internet a kinder, more positive place.
5 fantastic family adventures • Enjoy this wonderful selection of action-packed stories featuring family members.
Loki: A Bad God’s Guide to Being Good
Louie Stowell • The Loki author reveals a love of chilling out at her local cemetery.
Hula hooping • Enjoy a wiggly workout for your brain and your body with…
HOW, WHAT, WHERE?
“THE HOOP CAN HAVE A MIND OF ITS OWN”
Boost your vocabulary
CHARITY OF THE WEEK
Learning about Helen Keller
YOUR PHOTOS • We’d love to see your snaps. Send them to us at email@example.com Don’t forget to tell us why you took them.
Teacher OF THE WEEK
THE WEEK Junior SHOW
Quiz of theweek
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