Resources for schools
Use The Loop in your classroom! Inspire learners, stretch their imagination and extend their thinking and making skills. Our lesson plans cover a variety of subject areas and curriculum requirements, are flexible and designed to be accessible to an array of learners.
The Loop actively collaborates with schools to continuously develop the content. If you are a teacher and would like to use The Loop in the classroom we provide free samples of The Loop in return for your students' feedback.
Please email us if you are interested in collaborating with The Loop.
Tie-in lesson plans
Click on the links below to download lesson plans that are based on articles from Issue 5.
We also offer reduced rate single
issue bundles to schools in packs of
15-30. Please email us for further details.
Ways to pay
All our orders are dispatched with Newsstand.
-You can call them on Tel: 01795 535733. Please state this is a schools order.
-You can order using the links above from the Newsstand website.
The Loop offers Drawing and Animation Workshops related to features published in The Loop. We also offer specialist workshops taking young participants through the process of creating and producing a newspaper.
The Loop's workshop clients include National Portrait Gallery, London / Sinfonia Viva, Derby / Keills Primary School, Islay / KK Outlet, London, / Pick Me Up Festival , London / The British School, Paris
Email us if you would like to know more about The Loop's innovative programme of Workshops.
"Make Your Own Newspaper" workshop
Pick Me Up, the UK's leading contemporary graphic arts festival, invited The Loop to run a Workshop.
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'On the spot copy requests, impossible image sourcing, last minute editorial changes, fierce deadlines hanging over your neck.
... spitting out four pages of templated content and having a nice lady print off ten copies (in fantastic monotone tabloid red), from which one they kept and pinned on the wall and another we posted through our neighbour's letterbox for their Sunday morning bulletin.
It was great to see all these little future Jon Burgermans and Malika Favres going about their creative business. Luckily, judging by how focused the kids were, our frantic scribing under the pressure
of their peerage went unnoticed.'