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Positive fuel for their futures

 

Have you ever been asked where our world could be in 2050?Magazine and offer

TWJ Science+Nature magazine is designed to help 8-15 year olds make sense of the universe and bring STEM subjects to life.

Every issue is jam-packed with inspiring stories, jaw-dropping facts and incredible pictures, to encourage children to get involved with their planet and unlock their infinite abilities to create positive futures. 

Subscribe today to try 3 issues for just £5. You’ll save on the RRP every month, and never miss an issue with plastic-free delivery included. Plus, for a limited time only, we are offering all new subscribers our brand new download ‘Be the Difference’ - our eGuide to aiming high, dreaming big and making smart choices to change the world’s future. 

Give them the power to dream where their world might be in 2050 with TWJ Science+Nature.

eGuide

Help your children be the difference this year with our FREE eGuide 

For a limited time only, we are offering all new subscribers our brand new download ‘Be the Difference’.

Our eGuide is specially written to inspire children to understand how the world is changing, and make smart choices for the planet and their future.

It takes a look at planet-friendly tech, exciting new jobs for the future, and advice for both children and parents.

Covid-19 Update

We are continuing to produce and deliver The Week Junior Science+Nature as usual. Find out more about deliveries here.

We have also answered some reader questions about the virus here. You may find this helpful when talking to your children about the news.

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George, Year 5

I enjoy reading The Week Junior and learning from it. I consider it my secret weapon at school as it often gives me great ideas for my homework. Thanks to The Week Junior I almost know more than my teacher!

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Chris, Dad

Great little homeschooling science experiment from The Week Junior Science+Nature showing dissolving and diffusion.