Oxford Home Schooling
Home Education Courses for A Level, GCSE, and KS3

KS3 Home Schooling
KS3 Home Schooling

KS3 Home Schooling

Quite simply, Key Stage 3 is the education a student is expected to cover in UK schools from the ages of 11 to 14.


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GCSE Home Schooling
GCSE Home Schooling

GCSE Home Schooling

Home Schooling GCSE courses. Take a wide range of GCSE courses by home education: english, maths, french, history, geography and much more.


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A Level Home Education
A Level Home Education

A Level Home Education

A level courses are still the gold standard of the English examination system. They are highly rated by employers and are required for most university degree courses.


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IGCSE Home Education
IGCSE Home Education

IGCSE Home Education

IGCSE is widely recognized by higher education institutions and employers around the world. It is equivalent, grade for grade, to GCSE. IGCSEs with 100% assessment by examination


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About Oxford Homeschooling

Increasing numbers of parents are deciding to take control of their children’s home education and provide home schooling.

This may be to provide extra support in learning areas which the child finds difficult, or perhaps it’s simply because a parent is unable to send their child to a suitable school in the area. Whatever the reason, more parents are turning to home education. There are an estimated 150,000 children currently being educated at home, and this number is predicted to rise by 3% per year. Whether the qualifications you require are Key Stage 3 Courses, GCSE Courses or A level Courses, Oxford Home Schooling can support your home education needs.

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WHAT IS HOME SCHOOLING?

WHAT IS HOME SCHOOLING?

Increasing numbers of parents are deciding to take control of their children’s home education and provide home schooling.

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WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

WHAT ARE THE BENEFITS?

There are many benefits to Home Educating your child, especially if your child is unhappy in traditional schooling...

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WHAT IS THE LAW?

WHAT IS THE LAW?

It's perfectly legal to Home Educate your child in the UK. However, you do have obligations you will need to meet and the rules are not the same in Scotland.

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How does the programme work?

A good Homeschooling Course has several key components.

1

Excellent course materials.

2

Experienced Tutors with proactive student contact by phone and email.

3

Ongoing support from our Student Advice Team.

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