QA Education has been ranked as the world’s 9th top education magazine to follow in 2020. For the second time, the school products and services guide – which also features news and views on primary and secondary education – has been named in Feedspot’s Top 15 education publications.
The content reader announced the list recently, saying it contained “the Best Education Magazines from thousands of online magazines on the web ranked by relevancy, social engagement, domain authority, web traffic, freshness and social metrics”.
Feedspot added: “Subscribe to these ezines because they are actively working to educate, inspire, and empower their readers with frequent updates and high-quality information.”
New mental health in schools title
The success of QA Education magazine resulted in the release of a new mental health & wellbeing title in 2019 – Head Space, a title wholly devoted to mental health and wellbeing in schools.
Helping schools to combat mental health issues, Head Space offers insights and helpful advice on how teachers can tackle mental health and anxiety within the education sector.
Editor Victoria Galligan said: “We’re so pleased to be named in Feedspot’s top 15 websites – it’s not the first time the content reader has picked up on our articles.
“We launched Head Space last year because pressure is constantly rising for students to perform well at school, and teachers are under stress to deliver promising results.
“The UK has experienced a growth in the number of young people requiring support for stress-related issues, and it’s clear that something needs to be done to improve the state of our mental health within the education sector.”
QA Education offers a free-to-view emagazine and newsletter, while a printed subscription costs just £30 annually (for six issues).
View the free e-version of Head Space to discover the various ways you can plan and take action to improve the mental health and wellbeing of children and adults alike. From mindfulness and animal therapy sessions, to the benefits of sports and e-safeguarding issues, there are articles from leaders in child psychology and related fields.
Head Space’s first issue contains articles from:
– Beverly Smalley, education specialist at TTS Group
– Dr Carolyn Drake, neuroscientist and former head teacher
– Annie Akasati McAuley, SEN teacher and ordained Buddhist
– Andrea Chatten, MD and lead children’s psychologist at Unravel
– John Ingram, CEO of Pamoja Education
– Paul James, director at Barabarani safeguarding consultancy
– Karin Bjerde, head of strategic growth at Kognity intelligent textbooks
– Paula Talman, founder of iSpace wellbeing curriculum