Advertising Opportunities in ASE Journals
- Education in Science Journal
- School Science Review Journal
- Primary Science Journal
- Other Advertising Opportunities
- Rate Card and Media Pack
As our house magazine, EiS is sent to all members of the Association four times a year. It is a professional, rather than an academic journal, and is the principal means of communication between all sections of the membership, through which members are kept informed about current ASE initiatives and activities. It provides members with the opportunity to share ideas and information with colleagues.
What Education In Science can do for you
We have over 14,000 members and all of them are part of your niche audience. Four times a year we bring you the opportunity to parade your products and services in front of the people who want to buy them, capturing their attention before your competitors have the chance.
EiS themes are topical, recent examples include: 'Creativity in the curriculum’, ‘Careers in science’ and ‘Changes in assessment?’
EiS is published in September / November / February / May
|EiS Publication Date||May 2015||Sep 2015||Nov 2015||Feb 2016|
|Booking Deadline||Apr 8||July 10||Sept 18||Deb 11|
|Copy Deadline||Apr 15||July 17||Sept 25||Dec 18|
|Despatch Starts||May 29||Aug 31||Nov 6||Feb 1|
Small Advertisement Rates
Small advertisements may only be placed by ASE members. The charge for small advertisements is 25p per word with a minimum charge of £5.00 per advertisement.
Contact Jane Hanrott via email or by telephone at 01707 283000 for more information.
Please contact Rebecca Dixon-Watmough at email@example.com with regard to advertising availability and space and for further details.
Click here to download more information about Advertising in the ASE Journals.
School Science Review (SSR) is a themed journal for science teachers in 11-19 education, and all those concerned with this area of education. It is widely distributed in the UK to science teachers in secondary schools, local authority advisers and inspectors, teachers' centres, science teacher trainers and libraries, whilst also having a sizeable overseas readership. Published quarterly, it has 144 pages, and functions as a forum for science teachers.
What School Science Review can do for you
Once again, this publication offers you a unique showcase for your products and services. The circulation figures are impressive (9,000 UK and Eire and 1,000 overseas) and the audience already need what you have to offer.
It is published only quarterly, making it a reference tool rather than just a magazine, thus providing you with more lasting exposure.
March 2015: Non-theme
June 2015: The place of practical work in school science (Michael Reiss)
Sept 2015: Teaching science through literacy (Ruth Jarman and others)
Dec 2015: Non-theme
March 2016: Mathematics in science (Richard Needham)
June 2016: Primary/secondary transition. (Geoff and Jane to approach Martin Braund or members of the Primary Science Teaching Trust.) GA/JRH
Sept 2016: Non-theme
|SSR Journal Themes||Mar 2015||Jun 2015||Sept 2015||Dec 2015||Mar 2016||Jun 2016||Sept 2016|
|Theme||No theme||The place of practical work in school science (Michael Reiss)||Teaching science through literacy (Ruth Jarman and others)||No theme||Mathematics in science (Richard Needham)||Primary/secondary transition.||No theme|
School Science Review is published in September / December / March / June.
|SSR Publication Date||June 2015||Sept 2015||Dec 2015||Mar 2016|
|Booking Deadline||Apr 3||July 10||Oct 2||Dec 28|
|Copy Deadline||Apr 10||July 17||Oct 9||Jan 12|
|Despatch Starts||May 23||Aug 28||Nov 20||Feb 19|
Primary Science (PS) is a themed journal for all those involved in primary science education for children aged 3-12, including primary teachers, primary science co-ordinators, primary schools, local authority advisers and inspectors and science teacher trainers. It is a forum for sharing information and ideas and includes articles and book/ICT reviews about teaching, learning and assessing science.
What Primary Science can do for you
Whether you have something to sell, a service to offer, an event to publicise or merely something to shout about, Primary Science will deliver your message directly to your target audience.
Our circulation is unique in both numbers and specificity (4,000 UK and Eire, 500 overseas), bringing you precisely the exposure you need.
Past journal themes include: ‘Electrickery’ and ‘Exploring humanity’
|Primary Science Journal Themes||
|Theme||Outdoor and about||Thinking modes||Overcoming barriers||Transition||TBC|
Published: September / November / January / March / May
|Primary Science Publication Date||Mar/Apr 2015||May/Jun 2015||Sept/Oct 2015||Nov/Dec 2015||Jan/Feb 2016||March/Apr 2016|
|Booking Deadline||Dec 28||Mar 5||Jun 26||Aug 27||Oct 16||Dec 28|
|Copy Deadline||Jan 23||Mar 27||July 3||Sep 18||Nov 6||Jan 22|
|Despatch Starts||Mar 3||May 5||Aug 27||Oct 28||Jan 4||Mar 3|
For all Journals, Deadline & Delivery - 2 weeks before despatch starts
- 10g per leaflet = £70 per 1,000
- 15g per leaflet = £80 per 1,000
- 20g per leaflet = £90 per 1,000
A minimum charge of £30+vat will apply.
- EIS & PSR = A4
- SSR = B5 (check advertising info for trim size)
For EIS: Various regions can be selected if you do not wish to target the whole of the UK. Please click here to view the map.
Other advertising venues include the ASE Conference Preview, Conference Handbook, Scottish Science Education Conference Handbook, the Wallplanner and the schoolscience website. For more information on how these can assist with promotion to your target audience, download our media pack.
- Media Pack - ASE Advertising Opportunities
Download the ASE Advertising Media Pack which details our Rate Card, Artwork Requirements, and Deadline Information for advertising in ASE journals and conferences literature.