2 December 2021

Britannica Magazine

William Hogarth Primary School is taking part in a new reading initiative that you and your child may be interested in.

Britannica Magazine, the oldest, most trust source of factual information across the word, is launching a new, exciting children's non-fiction magazine to engage children in reading, support child development and academic ability, and explore interests without screentime.

If you sign up to an annual subscription, you'll receive a free copy of the Britannica Children's Encyclopaedia (worth £25).

What's more, for every ten families who subscribe to the magazine under our school's name, we'll receive £100 (max. £1,000) to spend on non-fiction books for our classrooms and library, and support our school's reading initiatives for this year.

If you would like to take a look at the launch issue, you can view it here: issuu.com/whatonearthbooks/docs/britannica_sample_issue_01_nov

We're really excited to be part of this initiative to get children reading and engaged in fun, exciting non-fiction stories, facts, jokes, and more.

Please consider subscribing online at britannicamagazine.com. It's a perfect Christmas gift! And please remember to choose William Hogarth Primary School at the online checkout to make sure your subscription counts towards our free books!