Aspire Teen is a bi monthly glossy teen magazine which uses popular culture to get KS3 and KS4 school children interested in:
Social issues which is age appropriate
Discovering new authors and books
Thinking about career paths for their future
Getting involved in regional events
Aspire Teen is currently subscribed to by secondary schools and individuals all over the UK. Its colourful glossy appearance and use of popular culture grabs the attention of its audience, engaging them in articles which are snappy, fun and suitable for all levels of KS3 and KS4.
To subscribe, just click on the “subscribe tap” at the top of the page!
For one year’s subscription your school will get:
- Six issues for your library which include constructive celebrity interviews, features on current affairs, social issues, sport, entertainment, book reviews, educational quizzes, fun personality tests, in a way your children can relate to.
- A whiteboard version to download as a PDF for group discussions.
- A digital format which can be put on your schools intranet.
Are you a parent of a Teen?
As a parent or grandparent, it can be worrying thinking about what your children are reading. Finding a magazine which is appealing to them whilst being age appropriate can be difficult.
Aspire Teen believes that children should have an alternative glossy magazine to indulge in! One which is age appropriate with content that is in the middle – not too young, not too old!
Getting children into the habit of including reading in their leisure time is vital for their development and helps keep them socially interactive and engaged in what is going on around them enabling them to participate and instigate great family discussions.
Aspire Teen is subscribed to by secondary schools all over the UK. It is very popular with teenagers and has them engaged from beginning to end.
Subscribe now by clicking the “subscribe” tab at the top of the page.
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