Established in 2010 we are a publishing and events company exclusively for education.
Established in 2014, Schools Week is on a steep upward trajectory, more than tripling its online audience from 400,000 unique users in its first year, to 1.4 million in 2015-16. Our weekly print newspaper is read by around 22,000 education managers and sector stakeholders.
Our readership is primarily comprised of smart middle to senior education managers and tomorrows future education leaders. The decision makers and influencers in education read Schools Week
Schools Week has quickly become a major provider of news in the education sector. It is an investigative and independent newspaper free from partisan and commercial editorial decisions
For more information visit: schoolsweek.co.uk
To advertise with Schools Week, please contact us on 0208 1234 778 or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information, or to start a conversation with a member of our team.
Established in September 2011, FE Week is the only newspaper dedicated to the further education and skills sector. Over 75,000 people access the FE Week website on a monthly basis, and our weekly newspaper is read by over 10,000 education managers and sector stakeholders. FE Week is relied upon to provide the latest news and analysis. It is an investigative and independent newspaper free from partisan and commercial editorial decisions.
For more information visit: feweek.co.uk
To advertise with FE Week, please contact us on 0203 432 1394 or email email@example.com for more information or to start a conversation with a member of our team.
Education leaders read Schools Week and FE Week. Our editorial content is strong on policy news, which attracts switched-on, highly engaged readers. This makes EduWeek Jobs the ideal place to advertise your roles in schools, further education and associated areas.
Our specialist readership means your print and online job adverts will be seen by the decision-makers in the world of education, guaranteeing maximum penetration with your target audience.
Our audience comprises headteachers, college principals, governors; FE lecturers and primary and secondary teachers; not to mention policy experts, multi-academy trust executives and business managers.
Our priority is always to ensure that your recruitment campaign is both effective and cost-efficient.
For more information visit: educationweekjobs.co.uk
Annual Apprenticeship Conference
Launched in March 2015 in partnership with the Department for Business, Innovation and Skills the AAC is the largest apprenticeship conference in the country. Bringing together apprenticeship providers, employers, government and stakeholders this national conference is not to be missed. The conference has grown from 500 attendees in 2015 to 1,100 in 2016. AAC 2017 will take place at Birmingham’s ICC – March 22-24.
For more information visit: feweekaac.com
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