Aquila is a magazine meant as intelligent reading for youngsters aged 8-12

It contains articles which relate History, Science and Maths.

It is very well presented, A4 size, colourful and interesting highlights of text which mades it very suitable for its target audience. The magazine would also be good for children, or young adults, who have English as a second/additional language - the language is sufficiently difficult to challenge, but not so hard as to deter readers from the interesting content.

However, it is very important that children adopt the language of science at a young age, our advice to Aquila would be to focus on speaking science so children can adopt the correct use of words in a scientific context from an early age.

Overall, Aquila is a very impressive resource for parents and pupils!

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