Welcome to the future of reading

  There's never been a better time to try Bug Club....

Wherever children want to read - Bug Club will be there. In the classroom, at home, on the move. Bug Club takes children on a personalised reading journey where the only limits are their imaginations.

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NOW with added assessment!

Over 5,000 schools already know Bug Club has the power to raise reading standards. Now, Bug Club is now even more powerful with a new assessment tool that map's children's attainment and progress against age-related expectations - all in line with the new National Curriculum objectives.

Bug Club Progress & Assess|

What's more, the new 'Progress and Assess' tool fits right into your existing guided reading sessions meaning with Bug Club, assessment will never get in the way of fostering children's love of reading.

With Bug Club 'Progress and Assess' you can also:

  • Report to parents on their child's attainment and progress.
  • Report to the Senior Leadership Team on a class, group and child's attainment against age-related expectations, and their progress.
  • Save time: use your existing timetable to capture this data
And Bug Club is now on iPad too!

Does your reading scheme do all that? Learn more about Bug Club here.|

Want to join the future of reading?

To find out more and to discuss which subscription suits your school best, contact one of our representatives now for a free consultation.|

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Customer Review:

"They are so used to TV, DVDs and everything else, that getting them interested in reading is really hard. But Bug Club had children laughing, engaged and begging for more!"

Wendy Jenkins, Literacy Coordinator, Bangor Central Integrated Primary School, Northern Ireland

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