A subscription to Schools Week is guaranteed to keep you abreast with all the latest schools news. Over 15,000 education professionals read our digital edition each week.
We currently have four subscription options available.
Annual digital edition (36 editions) | £40 (inc. VAT)
Termly digital edition (12 editions) | £22 (inc. VAT)
Monthly digital edition(4 editions) | £10 (inc. VAT)
All options include your very own beautifully curated edition of Schools Week which will arrive at your specified email address each Friday morning (term-time only).
Whole organisation subscriptions, annual | from £150 (inc. VAT)
Increasingly school leaders have opted to purchase a Schools Week subscription for all of their staff. Our whole-organisation subscription pricing is based on the number of pupils your organisation currently has. The process is simple: we issue you with a unique code and then your staff can subscribe to receive our weekly digital newspaper. Pricing starts from £150 per annum for schools with up to 200 pupils and up to £400 per annum for schools with 1,000+ pupils. A separate pricing structure is available for MATs and groups.
We are currently in process of upgrading our subscription platform and we are therefore unable to process subscriptions online at this time. If you would like to register your interest in subscribing to Schools Week email email@example.com and one of the team will be in touch to process your subscription.
About Schools Week…
Want to stay ahead of the crowd on schools news? Like to know what the education secretary is planning, or which school just got the best Ofsted ever?
Or maybe you just really like in-depth, investigative education journalism, determined to get past the bluster and explain the facts?
If so, then Schools Week is for you. (And anyone else like you!)
News, investigations, expert columns, pick of the weeks’ blogs, book reviews, explainers of research and policy documents.
Our stories are often followed-up by the national press, but by subscribing to Schools Week you’ll be one of the school leaders, business managers and governors who knew the news first.
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