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MA Education publishes magazines, books and resources for teachers involved in early years, primary and secondary education.
From SecEd, the only weekly newspaper for secondary teachers, to Early Years Educator, the market-leading monthly magazine for early years professionals, MA Education's fast-growing portfolio of publications and resources is widely respected among teachers, academics and education policymakers for its quality, insight and practicality.
Our two book divisions - Practical Pre-School Books and Hopscotch Books - offer a wide array of popular and widely-used teacher resources to complement our magazines, and our most recent acquisition - Headteacher Update - ensures that MA Education can engage with the entire teaching profession from pre-school to A-level.
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Hopscotch provides teachers with a comprehensive range of primary titles, matched to the National Curriculum but flexible enough to fit into a school's own scheme of work and differentiated at three levels of children's ability.
Hopscotch books are trialled and tested in classrooms and have been written by experienced teachers and educational experts.
Our books are all that is needed to teach, engage and stimulate the classroom.Visit the website
The books division of Practical Pre-School publishes titles covering all aspects of the Early Years Foundation Stage, together with excellent resources on training and professional development specifically designed for the early years professionals.
Practical Pre-school books are designed to be accessible and jargon-free, and particularly intended to help early years professionals put the theory into practice.Visit the website
Fundraising for Schools is a monthly magazine aimed at head teachers, deputy heads, school business development managers, governors, bursars, and anyone else involved in school fundraising. The magazine is written by contributors with years of experience in both education and fundraising.
Each issue of Fundraising for Schools provides updates on available grants and awards, as well as the criteria for application. In addition the magazine contains case studies and ideas to help schools secure funding and improve their traditional fundraising events.Visit the website
Child Care is the essential monthly magazine for childminders, nannies and childcarers, jam-packed with inspirational activities and practical advice.
Child Care is now available as a supplement of Practical Pre-School magazine.Visit the website
Practical Pre-School, incorporating Child Care, is the most comprehensive source of information and activity ideas for anyone working with children in the home or in early years settings.
It combines two separate and distinct magazines, Practical Pre-School and Child Care, in one incredible resource. The new bumper title will provide you with expert information, inspirational activity ideas and easy-to-use practical resources based on all six areas of learning and development of the Early Years Foundation Stage to help you deliver outstanding education and care for young children.
Nursery World is the UK's leading magazine and website for practitioners and decision-makers across the early years education and childcare sectors.
Local authority advisory teachers, private nursery managers, pre-school leaders and childminders are among more than 100,000 Nursery World readers who span private, voluntary, independent and maintained provision.
As the only fortnightly title serving the early education and childcare workforce, we combine unrivalled news coverage with in-depth reports and practical features, so enabling our readers to keep pace with and respond to the frequent changes in Government policy.
Our website includes daily news, a vibrant forum and blog, plus a fully searchable archive of more than 25,000 articles.Visit the website
Children & Young People Now is the only dedicated magazine for professionals working with children, young people and families, encompasses childcare and early years, education, health, social care, youth justice, and youth work. Published fortnightly in print, and daily online, the magazine covers all the latest developments affecting provision of services to children and young people in the UK.
Children & Young People Now and its associated websites, CYPNow.co.uk and CYPNowJobs.co.uk, provide a unique service to managers and frontline practitioners working with children, young people, and their families. It brings together children's and youth professionals across health, social work, education, childcare, youth work, youth justice and advice and guidance for young people.Visit the website
Early Years Educator (EYE) is the leading magazine for the early years market. It's the magazine of choice for early years professionals who are serious about developing their career and providing the best possible outcomes for the children in their care. EYE covers both the theory and practice of early years teaching, fully supported by practical activities for young children with ideas, projects and resources to develop skills, knowledge and an enthusiasm for learning.Visit the website
Headteacher Update is the only magazine delivered directly to every primary school headteacher in the UK. It is published six times a year, at the beginning of each term and half-term, to keep headteachers up-to-date with everything going on in primary education. Headteacher Update is available free as a paper copy to primary school headteachers and as a digital edition to anyone who registers an interest.
Headteacher Update is written by its own team of writers and education journalists, supported by contributions from leading figures in UK education and, more importantly, practising and experienced headteachers, senior leaders and teachers.
SecEd is the only weekly newspaper focusing exclusively on the secondary education sector. Published each Thursday during term-time and distributed free to every secondary school in the UK, SecEd (and its free digital edition) contains a mix of news stories, features, regular columns and an invaluable recruitment section.
As well as its own team of writers, SecEd prides itself on its frequent contributions from practising teachers, school leaders and support staff – which ensure the publication remains relevant and practical to today’s educators. Alongside this, we carry articles from influential figures in UK education, including all the education unions, support organisations, awarding bodies, and government ministers.Visit the website
Primary Teacher Update, launched in September 2011, aims to provide primary school teachers with essential guidance, support, information and advice so that they can further enhance and improve their skills in the classroom. Primary Teacher Update is a must-have for anyone involved in teaching primary school children, from headteachers to teaching assistants.
Written by teachers for teachers, and featuring topics such as preparing for and surviving Ofsted inspections, tackling discipline in the classroom as well as the latest news and policy debates, Primary Teacher Update is the professional forum for discussion about primary school teaching practice.Visit the website