Magazines in School
There are so many occasions and opportunities to design your own magazines in the Jilster Editor for school purposes – whether in class for projects, for practical work, for school newspapers, farewell magazines, memorial publications, and many other occasions. Do you have one in mind?
Jilster is versatile
In the Jilster Editor, you can design any magazine you want. Our easy-to-use editor offers many options – with great, professionally designed magazine templates that you can use as a basis and starting point for your own projects. There is a template for every topic.
Stylish magazines for every topic
Feel free to use all layouts in the Jilster Editor for any topic. (Take a look at our article on how you can adapt any magazine template to any topic.) This way, each subject gets the right display – and you can easily shine with your magazine.
Ideas and topics for magazines in school
Would you like to design a magazine project at school and are not yet sure what to write about? Or are you part of the school newspaper editorial team and looking for topics for your magazine? We have compiled a list below of ideas that can help you develop a concept for your own magazine.
- People in the spotlight
- Do interviews with …
- The school secretary
- The caretaker
- The school psychologist
Let them tell their story.
Life at school
What does a typical day at school look like? Which clubs and teams are there? Write about them:
- Sports teams – volleyball, football, basketball, athletics …
- School clubs – theater, literature, science …
- School band, orchestra, choir …
What else is there? What is the school’s current topic of discussion? E.g.
- Food offer in the cafeteria
- School party
- Introduction of school uniforms
- Dismantling the table tennis table …
What do you and the other students enjoy? Write about it, e.g.
- Latest music
- Popular movies
- Good books
- Interesting art
- Exciting games (board games and on the PC)
Let others write about their recommendations and provide others with special tips.
Do some research and tell a little about the history of your school. Celebrate your school and the anniversary, for example:
- Foundation of the school
- History of the school name
- What was it like here 50 years ago?
- Renovation: before and after photos of the school building (s)
- Local news Find out what’s going on in the near area of the school. Which of these is also interesting for the students and teachers. Write reports and articles – and don’t forget to take photos as well.
- Will the bus stop be rebuilt?
- Is there a new sports complex?
- Has a new basketball hoop been installed in the park?
- Interview with the mayor
- Interview other important groups of people in your city or town
- Opinions and perspectives of the students
Ask your classmates to write opinion articles, letters to the editor, and editorials, some examples:
- School rules
- School classes and subjects
- School uniforms
- What makes a good teacher?
- What makes a good student?
Opinions and tips on personal topics (can also be found in a school newspaper), e.g.
- How do you make friends?
- How do you work well together? (Teamwork)
- How can you overcome fear?
- How can you get rid of bad habits?
- How can you deal with peer pressure?
- What can you do against bullying?
There are many more ideas that you can implement in a school newspaper or other magazine project at school, such as:
- Comics (written and drawn by students)
- Projects on socially relevant topics
- Practical work
- Results of creative projects
Create your own magazine
Did you find ideas and topics for your school newspaper that you would like to implement in our list? Do you have more ideas? – Get started right now.