First News for Schools - First News is the UK's only newspaper for young people and a highly engaging literacy resource for schools. A range of school packages are available, including our new Literacy iHub, a digital literacy tool for 7-14 year olds.

Try the iHub for a whole term

If you are looking to try the iHub with your classes, the Taster Package is an ideal place to start.
It includes 13 weeks full access for you and 35 pupils across as many classes as you wish, plus a copy of newspaper delivered directly to you every week. As we want you to get as much value as possible out of your Taster Package, we will complete the account set up on your behalf, included within the total one-off fee of £185.
Throughout the 13 weeks you will also benefit from free support, available Monday to Friday, 8am to 4pm, to ensure you are guided through any queries you may have.
To request your iHub taster, please enter your details below and we will be in touch to arrange your account set up.

For only £185 you will receive:

Enter your details below to send us your request for an iHub Taster

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About the First News iHub

The Bett award-winning iHub is the most effective way to engage your Key Stage 2 and 3 pupils with interactive comprehensions, vocabulary puzzles, polls and debates. The iHub is an invaluable tool to develop pupils’ core literacy skills through the exploration of global news stories, delivered through tailored learning based on pupil’s individual reading levels.