Photocopy, retype or scan text, images or an entire cutting from an original newspaper
Last updated 02 July 2020
In a lesson:
Permission is granted by: NLA Media Access
MLA Media Access has appointed CLA as its exclusive agent for all UK education licensing. The NLA Media Access Schools Licence permits a school to:
- Make print copies from newspapers and their associated sites
- Make electronic copies from newspapers and their associated sites
- Register for a Newspapers for Schools account
School staff can make, or authorise the making of, copies of newspaper cuttings for distribution to pupils, parents, staff members and school governors. If you want to copy for a public facing audience, or anyone outside your school, then you will need to get permission from the publisher/rightsholder.
For extra-curricular use:
The rights granted in the NLA Media Access Schools Licence cover the copying and circulation of cuttings for educational purposes usually taking place within the school premises.