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The Week Junior

The Week Junior

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The Week Junior is a brilliant current affairs magazine for children aged between 8 and 14. It’s filled with fascinating stories and information, written to engage curious young minds and encourage them to explore and understand the world around them.

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United Kingdom
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English
Verlag:
Dennis Publishing UK
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russia banned from major sports events for four years

On 9 December, the World Anti-Doping Agency (WADA) announced that Russia have been banned from competing in all major sporting events for the next four years. This means the country’s athletes might not be allowed to compete at the 2020 Olympics in Tokyo, Japan, or the 2022 FIFA World Cup in Qatar. WADA is an organisation that works to stop doping in sport. Doping is the illegal use of drugs to improve a person’s performance at a sporting event. It is cheating. Why has Russia been banned? In 2015, a WADA investigation found evidence that the Russian government was helping their athletes to dope. This led to Russia’s anti-doping agency, Rusada, being kicked out of WADA. The ban lasted for three years, until Rusada was allowed back in 2018. Rusada was only…

1 Min.
new zealand volcano unexpectedly erupts

At least six people have died after New Zealand’s White Island volcano erupted with little warning on 9 December. It is estimated that 47 people were on the island at the time of the eruption. As The Week Junior went to press, rescuers had helped 34 people leave, but eight people were still missing. White Island is home to the country’s most active volcano and is a popular tourist destination; regular ferry and aerial services connect it to the mainland. The eruption began at 2.11pm, a busy time when lots of people were visiting. Attempts to rescue people have been affected by clouds of ash and smoke, and the fear that the volcano could erupt again. On 3 December, a website that monitors White Island warned that the volcano could be about…

2 Min.
big sleep out supports homeless

On 7 December, more than 50,000 people around the world spent the night sleeping outside as part of The World’s Big Sleep Out. The event took place in more than 50 cities to raise money to tackle the problem of homelessness. The Big Sleep Out is organised by Josh Littlejohn who started it in Edinburgh four years ago. For the first event, around 250 people spent the night sleeping outside. Each year since then, Littlejohn has organised Big Sleep Outs in Scotland, but this is the first worldwide event. It is hoped that the event will raise around £38 million for homelessness charities, which house and help those in need. Littlejohn told the BBC it was his biggest achievement so far. It is thought that there are about 320,000 people in the…

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it’s an amazing week for…

DOING SOMETHING KIND A nine-year-old has written 12 letters to emergency service staff in Lancashire thanking them for their hard work. Eva Davies left her notes on parked vehicles along with chocolate gifts. Her local police service, in Chorley, said it had “brightened” their day and offered Eva a trip to see the police dogs to say thank you. A LOST SAUSAGE DOG A dachshund called Wilbur has been found by firefighters in New South Wales, in Australia, which has been affected by fires. They took care of the dog overnight and tweeted a picture of him to find out who he belonged to. Both Wilbur and his brother, who was also lost, have now been reunited with their owner. MAKING MUSIC Two elderly men aged 102 and 88 who live at the same retirement…

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twj’s election results revealed

The results of The Week Junior’s election survey have been revealed, with climate change named by you as the most important political issue for the next leader to address. The survey was carried out between 29 November and 10 December. Climate change (the long-term changes to the world’s weather patterns, mostly caused by human activities) was selected by 60.7% of you as the most important problem for the new Prime Minister to deal with, beating Brexit, crime prevention, education, healthcare and homelessness. Brexit is the term for the UK’s decision to leave the European Union (EU) – an organisation of 28 countries that trade together and follow the same rules. An overwhelming 87.3% of you said you thought the UK should stay in the EU. The survey was carried out ahead of…

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the week in history

14 December 1911 Amundsen wins race to the South Pole On 14 December 1911, Norwegian explorer Roald Amundsen became the first person to reach the South Pole, in Antarctica. He beat British adventurer Robert Falcon Scott by about a month. Amundsen and his team completed their journey using dogs to pull their sledges, whereas Scott and his team used motor sledges, which broke down, and ponies, which died from the cold. When Scott arrived, he realised he had been beaten. Scott and his four teammates died trying to get back to their base.…