Young people’s e-zine “Amazine”

Check out our new e-zine for young people with additional needs in Brighton & Hove and East Sussex!

We recently launched our new online magazine “Amazine” for young people with special educational needs and disabilities in Brighton & Hove and East Sussex! It’s bright and colourful, with loads of photos and drawings.

Young people at our Amazing Futures groups came up with the idea for the magazine, and it was planned and created with lots of input from young people from the groups.

Want to get involved? Email claire@amazesussex.org.uk or call/text 07484 915 038.

Latest issue:

Issue #5 Out and about (September 2020)

This issue, we’ve got some photos from our park meet-ups and ideas for getting out and about now lockdown is relaxing. We say thank you to Eliph who is stepping down as an Amaze staff member in order to go to university, and hear from Megan about what it was like being an intern with Amaze. We also learn all about the dinosaur-themed computer game ARK!

This issue features two quizzes – you can find the answers below the e-zine.

Click the “fullscreen” link in the middle of the image to make it bigger, or if you’d rather you can view it as a PDF [38mb].

Here are the answers to the quizzes [.doc 17kb]

Archive:

Amazine front cover with image of brightly coloured yarn pompomsIssue #4 (June 2020) – The new normal

This issue, we’ve got some quirky ideas for keeping busy, facts about Pokemon Sword characters, and info on the Shark Tracker app. Meet one of our SENDIASS advisors, Sally, and learn how we can help you. Or if the upcoming changes to lockdown rules are making you anxious, learn about some resources that can help.

This issue features two quizzes: get the quiz answers here

Read Amazine issue 4

(or view it as a PDF)

Amazine front cover, featuring painting of a blue flower with a ladybirdIssue #3 (May 2020) – Looking forward to life after lockdown

This issue is packed full of fun things that can be done now, including collages, quizzes, games and challenges, preparing for when lockdown is over and thinking about your options for study and work.

This issue features two quizzes: get the quiz answers here

Read Amazine issue 3

(or view it as a PDF)

Amazine front cover, featuring hairless guinea pigs with a handwritten sign saying "stay home"Issue #2 (April 2020) – Keeping busy

This issue features photos from our great Covid-19 bake-off, including a recipe for “minimal effort mugcake”, some of you showed us how you’ve been keeping busy during the lockdown, find out what our unique (and adorable!) animal of the month is, learn about Animal Crossing, and lots more!

This issue features two quizzes – answers below.

Read Amazine issue 2

(or view it as a PDF)

issue 2 quiz answers

magazine front cover, featuring the title "Amazine" and photo of smiling blue-haired young womanIssue #1 (April 2020) – The five ways to wellbeing

This issue’s theme is the five ways to wellbeing – these are simple ways you can help look after yourself and keep yourself feeling as well as possible.

We’ve got lots of great tips from young people at our groups, plus a wordsearch, photos of some of fab activities we get up to at Amazing Futures, drawings and photos of our pets, and more.

Read Amazine issue 1

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