Media Pack 2013
www.education-magazine.co.uk - for ar ticles news and pr oducts
Education Magazine, published since 1998, is a source of information and trends for key decision makers in Free, Independent schools and Academies. In addition all LEAs are covered. Registered readers are either financial decision makers or able to influence buying decisions - Principals, Head Teachers, Business Managers, Financial Directors and Bursars. In addition to the printed copies, 9500 online subscriber, including school governors, receive the latest edition in digital format.
www.education-magazine.co.uk contains up to date information and articles on education
matters, exhibitions and products. It is indexed by all the major search engines. It is an excellent source of information to Head Teachers, Principals, Bursars, Facility Managers and the school Governing bodies. All advertisers get a free page on this information resource. It is an excellent place to promote products and services online. All editorial submissions are accepted on the understanding that the Publisher has the right to amend, edit and publish them at the Publishers discretion. All pictures and advertising submitted by advertisers and editorial contributors are guaranteed free of all copyright issues by the people and companies providing them.
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Advertising in Education Magazine is the ideal way to present your products and services to the key decision makers working in the section of the educational sector who can decide where to spend their budget. Education Magazine offers a range of promotional opportunities both in print and online. To discuss your specific requirements or to request a copy of the latest edition of Education Magazine please contact us on:
01234 348878 or email email@example.com
Education Magazine in print rate card Description
Front cover + ½ page editorial
£1,450 £1,400 £1,350 £1,300
Outside Back / Inside Front
Loose Insert (Max 20g)
£1,000 £1,000 £1,000 £1,000
All prices listed above are exclusive of VAT and agency commission is 10% if requested when placing an order. When booking an advertisement of four or more issues you will be given a picture and strapline on the home page of the main Education Magazine website and all advertisers will receive a fully searchable and indexed web page in our business directory. We will provide production details on request.
Feature articles for November 2013 Joe Davies is the Master at Haileybury, the independent co-educational boarding school in Hertfordshire. The school has just celebrated its 150th year and achieved a great year of results, some of them the best in the schools history. We talk about instilling aspiration into students. Buying equipment.. how to avoid the pitfalls. ESPO, one of the UK’s largest public sector professional buying organisations, write the second in the series about how to avoid the pitfalls of sourcing equipment and services when Local Authority support isn’t there as a safety net. Building schools is an expensive business, a report released by English Heritage earlier this year makes the case for working with historic buildings rather than demolishing these in order to capitalise on their “embodied energy”. This challenges the myth that new build schools are necessarily more energy efficient. In the current strive for schools to be more environmentally aware, this argument too favours the idea of making the most of the assets that are already in place. an article by Jonathan Tuckey Design is all about reusing buildings. Eco friendly and £ friendly ways of doing things, they can be exactly the same! We run an article about equipment and techniques that don’t cost the earth, however its looked at. Employment law, HR, Health & Safety and payroll issues are being covered by The Employment Law Advisory Service. Continued
An article about girls in engineering, called Girls Engineering the Future’ its about the Government funded programme that’s scheduled to last 2 years and involves monitoring of girls by women wo are already working in engineering. Fitness, using martial arts in schools not only fires the imagination of children but can teach control and discipline. Its a controversial subject as schools have not promoted contact sports of this sort, but the new freedoms allow this type of sport to be tried. Regular articles that appear in each edition will cover: ICT, Food, Equipment, Procurement, Legal issues, Training, Design and Build, Special Needs, Teaching, Building, Catering and Nutrition, Finance and Law. Political perspective.
Website advertising rates. Website Home Page 1 Month 2 Months 3 Months Rotating banner+ link to your website. £130.00 £240.00 £300.00 Max. 4 adverts You can advertise your company against on-line articles. The minimum cost is £120 for 12 months. All figures are + VAT. More details can be found http://www.education-magazine.co.uk/PIR_on-line_ads. php
Mailing list rental Education Magazine has a most up to date mailing list of all the schools in the UK, it’s used to post the magazine so it is updated on each edition with 100% named contacts and email
addresses in many cases. We can select by many criteria including school type and geographical location. Contact sales@education-magazine. co.uk for more details.
Publishers Review Magazines Ltd, Clifton House, 4A Goldington Road, Bedford. MK40 3NF. Tel 01234 348878, Fax 01223 790191. Email Sales@education-magazine.co.uk. Magazine and website publication dates and distribution may be altered at the Publishers discretion.