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Bug Club Update - Thursday 15th October 2020


Last year, you may remember we introduced a new reading scheme to the children at Clarendon Infant School.  It is called Pearson Bug Club. The scheme has a comprehensive collection of high quality reading books for the children to use in school. Pearson bug club also has an online element which you can access at home. You may have used this reading resource during online learning and are aware that it has lots of books which you can read at home.


In your child’s reading record, there is a login in and password so your child can access this resource at home. Each child has been issued a new password. The website is: - there is a digital link below you may use. If you have any issues with your child’s login and/or password, please speak to your child’s teacher – thank you!


We hope you enjoy using this fantastic reading resource at home!

Phonics Resources
This document has been created to provide you with different phonics activities you can complete at home. It also has a glossary which explains key vocabulary you may come across during phonics sessions. 
Here are a range of sound mats you can use at home. In Reception, we are currently looking at Phase 4 and consonant blends. Some children will now be ready to move onto Phase 5 where we learn alternative spellings for some sounds.
Useful Websites 

Phonics - Learn to Read | Practicing Letter Blends | Alphablocks

As seen on CBeebies! Watch Alphablocks full episodes on BBC iPlayer: For more phonics learning videos subscribe: ...

Yes/No Game (A game to practise your reading!)

A game for practising reading! Give your child a set of questions and all they have to do is read them and see if the answer is yes or no. Lots of the no que...

Silly Sentences

This game is great for practising reading skills. Simply write a sentence for your little one to read, then change a word at a time! Is it a silly sentence? ...