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Prep School magazine has evolved… September 20, 2010

Posted by Alex, Managing Director in Magazines, New releases.
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The new-look Prep School magazine is back from the printers and being sent out to schools around the country as I type. Michele Kitto has done a fantastic job on her first issue as editor; here she tells us a little more about the direction the bright, vibrant new magazine will be taking…

“Building on all the fantastic history of the most important publication in the prep and junior school world, we have made some tweaks.  In this autumn issue you will find more articles from teachers and leaders in the prep school world.  Articles now span one or two pages and only news items are spread across multiple pages towards the back of the publication.

“Inside there is a new page layout, hopefully making it easier to read over a coffee in the staffroom – with new font, font size and arrangement on the page.  Colour has increased inside the publication making the most of the images on offer to support articles and to capitalise on the full colour publication.

“We have a Viewpoint section as well as themed issues – this issue focuses on ‘learning outside the classroom’ and it is hoped that readers will find this of use in their everyday teaching as well as in the leadership and management of a school.

“We aim to be an inclusive publication and welcome the views, news and articles from all sectors of the prep and junior school world – be it from teaching assistants, teachers, SMT, Heads, deputies, gap students, NQTs, governors and support staff.

“This publication is for teachers and although we are happy for parents to read it they are not the target audience.  Please do contribute to your publication. If you have an idea for an article or Viewpoint piece for the next issue of Prep School, or any news from your school, please don’t hesitate – email me at editor@prepschoolmag.co.uk”

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