Make 30 months of progress in reading in 18 months with Bug Club
Bug Club is the solution for your reading needs, whatever they might be. With flexible packages for Independent Reading, Guided Reading, and ongoing assessment, with a blended approach to suit all schools and all ages, Bug Club is shown to work.*
Can I buy print and digital combined?
Yes, you can buy any combination of print and digital package to suit your school.
That means you could purchase a KS1 Starter Independent package in print, and a KS2 Pro Independent package as a digital subscription, if it suited your needs.
You could even purchase both a print and digital version of the KS1 Starter Independent package if it worked for you.
Can I buy packages online?
I don't want to commit to an entire package, can I buy single books?
Yes, you can buy as many single books (or multi-book packs) as you need.
Do I need to buy professional development courses?
Professional development courses
aren't compulsory when purchasing Bug Club, but they are highly recommended.
In a recent study, it was found that Bug Club is most effective at improving children's reading progress when the school has training from the outset.
Where can I find out more about the Bug Club study?
Can I get a discount on my Bug Club purchase?
All Bug Club packages, from the smallest to the largest, come with built-in discounts. You can save up to 29% when you buy a print package from us.
Now you know more about Bug Club, you can get immediate access to nine free book samples, and three teaching guidance samples.
They include snapshots of KS1/P1-3 and KS2/P4-7 titles from Independent and Guided packages, across a range of genres.
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Already convinced? Book a free demo for your school, so one of our consultants can show you how Bug Club will work for your school and your reading requirements.
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* Results after 18 months from an independent study carried out by leading academics from UCL Institute of Education (IOE), in partnership with the Pearson UK Research Team. Research was conducted with KS1 children, with findings on progression based on pupils being ahead of the control group.