Simply fill in your details below and you will receive an email containing your login details and information on how to access and use the First News iHub.
As well as being able to access an archive featuring hundreds of searchable activities, the First News Home iHub is updated every Monday (during term time) with new content, based on current First News stories.
Designed to support the work your child is doing at school, whilst also engaging them in the main news topics of the moment, this is a great resource for home-schooling! Not only will your child improve their literacy skills - they are also learning about key news stories from around the world.
It is important that you let us know your child’s First News iHub level, so that we can tailor the activities to them based on their reading level.
If you have any questions please take a look at our FAQs.
The iHub has become a regular and popular choice for our 'home-school' during lock-down, incorporating elements of English, Geography, History and Science. Although the children (aged 7 and 11) are three school years apart... they can pick and choose things that interest them and I happy that they are suitable and they are learning useful and relevant information and skills.
I'm sure that many kids will agree that iHub takes away the boring from reading. It teleports you around the world in three paragraphs. It can give you a science lesson about a species that was thought to be extinct. I've never wanted to read news this much. The iHub is fun, educational but most of all informative. I love it!
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