2 3

Friday, 20 March 2015

Our picks for Day 2 of the Education Show!

Did you have a wonderful time at the Education Show yesterday?

We had some great speakers so far such as the Horrid Henry Bestseller Francesca Simon, Jenny Smith, Oliver Quinlan with so many more yet to come.

If you are looking for some talks to goto today, here are some of our personal picks for today:

SCHOOL LEADERS SUMMIT

10:00 -10:30: Running a school a limited budget: how to generate extra income.

This talk will walk you through on how Benedick Ashmore - Short, the winner of the Pearson 'Primary Headteacher of the Year' has worked through the transformation at his school, Hamford Primary Academy. If you feel that your fund are struggling, this seminar will offer great insight into helping towards increasing your revenue. 


12:40 - 13:10: Pupil Premium: Narrowing the gap in the classroom


This is a talk from the Executive Head Teacher at the Mercia Primary Academy Trust. Richard Lane will discuss methods on how to close the gap.

'HOW DO I.. THEATRE'

13:45 - 14:15: How do I.. get first aid into my classroom

This session will be taken by St John Ambulance who'll demonstrate several ways to incorporate first aid into your class room. They'll be offering free resources and demonstrations from their experienced school trainers. I've always been a huge supporter of getting first aid on the National Curriculum, so thoroughly back this talk.


LITERACY, NUMERACY & ASSESSMENT THEATRE

11:15 - 11:45: Which books and why

You would think books are the natural enemy to someone who sells magazines, but we all want children to read more in this digital age. This session is taken by both Glen Franklin and Dr Sue Bodman who will explore the the teaching practices and skills to help develop reading.

14:15 - 14:45:Assessment and progression in reading

This session is taken by Ruth Sale an Independent Literacy Consultant who'll discuss the issues surrounding reading assessment and progression. She'll also investigate into a solution that could possibly help.

EARLY YEARS & SEN THEATRE

12:15 - 12:45: How to give children the best start when it comes to learning to write?

We all know that trying to get children to perfect their handwriting is a long and complex task. But this seminar will explore ways to aid your child develop their writing skills. 

13:45 - 14:15: Teaching Reading in KS3

Have you heard about the alarming amount of children in Year 7 whose reading level are low? Kate Ruttle will give both Key Stage 3 teachers and assistants a good understanding in different ways of teaching, insights, progression in phonics and a overview into age-appropriate resources.

Thursday, 19 March 2015

Easy Cook Magazine - Digital Edition


Easy Cook magazineThis is one of the biggest cooking magazines in the UK and now we are offering it for only £13.99 for a 12 month subscription.

Packed of recipes to make cooking easy and convenient. If you don't usually cook, why not try this magazine to surprise your loved ones.

Check it out here.

EBACC Packages for Primary Schools


If you heading down to the Education Show 2015 this week, make sure you pop along to our stand at L74! We've created EBACC ready packages to help encourage kids back into reading. 

The one above is our primary package that will help support schools close the literacy gap. With top brands such as Horrible Histories, Jacqueline Wilson and the Beano.

To find our more, please visit our stand or ring Ben on 0191 270 2807.

Wednesday, 18 March 2015

Who do you think you are? Magazine - Digital Edition


Who Do You Think You Are? magazine

Have you ever wanted to discover more about your families past? Learn all about the roots with this magazine and trace your family back in history.

The magazine also comes with extras from celebrities, practical advice, reviews and the latest book and online resources.

With out digital version, you can discover straight from your Ipad or Kindle. Buy a 12 month subscription now for only £44.99!




Tuesday, 17 March 2015

Hidden Gem Fashion Magazines! (Part 1)

We offer over 250 fashion magazines for men and women. So I thought I would write a quick little something a few gems that I have found since working at Unique Magazines.

Glassbook magazine
Glassbook Magazine - Since starting four years ago, this magazine has grown to have a big following.

Showcasing stunning photography, fashion editorials, shoot and so much more! The editors of this magazine have turned this publication into a work of art that you can buy 4 times a year.

This really a hidden gem that can be found on newstands in London, Paris, Milan and all over.


Vogue Japan magazine
We have had so much interest in Vogue China recently, but how about the wonderful Vogue Japan?

With everything new coming out of Japan in technology, why do people forget about their amazing fashion sense.

Known as Vogue Nippon, this magazine contains everything from high fashion, beauty, trends and so much more.

Looking for a new style, this is worth a shout!

Another Man magazine

I had only came across this magazine when I noticed David Beckham on the cover. But Another Man is for those fashion fans who can't seem to find what they are looking for.

If you have that slight 'quirky' side to you, then this magazine won't disappoint with tons of high fashion, art and culture.

With the latest trends, this publications will give you that something slightly different.

Baku magazine
All the way from the little nation of Azerbaijan, Baku is a brand new fashion, art and culture magazine.

Offering a way to get the place on the map, especially the capital Baku, This magazine doesn't disappoint.

To learn more about this magazine, please check out our webstore!




Hello Fashion magazine
Most people think of Hello! Magazine as a way to keep updated with the latest Gossip. But have you ever heard of Hello! Fashion? Well.. to be honest.. I thought it wasn't real.

Every month this magazine brings you the latest tips, news, high street buys and so much more!

The best thing about it is.. this magazine costs £1!






Knit Today Magazine - Digital Edition


Knit Today magazineAre you a lover of knitting? Then our digital version of Knit Today is the perfect addition to your household! If you think that knitting is for the old, then you are wrong! Knitting has become a global trend during the last few years and tons of people have taken up the hobby!

We're offering 12 issues for £37.99 on our digital magazine!