Writing Magazine


hort stories, articles, plays, poems and activities with literary and academic merit that will ‘delight, intrigue, challenge and inspire’ children are the general content for The School Magazine, for 7-9 years olds, for 9-10 year olds, for 10-11 year olds and for children aged eleven and over. At the time of writing only short stories, plays and non fiction were wanted for the magazines. Check website for any changes and to read sample copies of the magazines to get an idea of how content is targeted for the different age groups.

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