Is there an official British curriculum homeschooling programme out there and could anyone give me a link?
My child, currently in year 8, has had a British International school education. Faced with a possible move to a remote location, I'd like to know how she can continue her KS3 education, without missing a year, either on a prepaid postal education package or on-line. Any information is much appreciated. Thank you.
- Hannah MLv 61 decade agoFavourite answer
Yep, try these.
By Correspondence (postal):
Little Arthur's @ http://www.homeeducationspecialists.org.uk/key-sta...
Strutured Home Learning (also known as Wits End Curriculum Solutions) @ http://www.structuredhomelearning.com/SHLsecondary...
Inter High (as in 'Internet High School') @ http://www.interhigh.co.uk/
The British e-school @ http://www.briteschool.co.uk/
First College @ http://www.firstcollege.co.uk/
North Star @ http://www.northstaruk.org/courses/pre-gcse.html
North Star is Christian, all the others are secular.
There's also the National Extension College ( http://www.nec.ac.uk/courses/category-browse?categ... ). They claim they too have pre-GCSE courses but as far as I remember they're more akin to shortened, 'taster' courses at KS4 level than KS3 courses proper.Source(s): Self - 17 years old & homeschooling in a remote area too.
- 1 decade ago
No, in the first place you must not select yourself, but that doesn't mean that you had better as a matter a fact undergo with it once it has been elected