Homeschooling in Kenya

Homeschooling courses for students aged 4-18

In recent years, Wolsey Hall Oxford has seen an increasing number of students homeschooling in Kenya. We have home educating students in a number of Kenyan cities including Nairobi and Mombasa.

Families in Kenya are frequently looking to Wolsey Hall homeschooling courses as a competitive alternative to private schooling. It is thought, more than 400 families are homeschooling in Kenya but actual numbers are unclear.

Wolsey Hall Oxford provides structured, stimulating and academically rigorous Primary and Secondary courses, including IGCSE and A level in a wide range of subjects designed specifically for homeschoolers. Our team of Tutors is experienced in teaching at all levels and is committed to a 3-5 working day response when returning assignments.

Wolsey Hall Oxford is a registered school of Cambridge Assessment International Education

Wolsey Hall Oxford is a registered online Cambridge International School.

Wolsey Hall Oxford is a Pearson Edexcel approved centre

Contact our team now to find out more about homeschooling in Kenya.

Equivalent qualifications

Wolsey Hall equivalent course
International Baccalaureate
A level

Meet Kanyua in his light-hearted video on homeschooling in Kenya

How the UK education system works

Children homeschooling in Kenya

Key components of our courses

  • All courses are broken down into modules which students follow at their own pace
  • Textbooks complement the online course materials
  • Tutors mark assignments at the end of each module and give clear and detailed feedback
  • Our online system allows parents to login and monitor their child’s progress
  • Student Progress Managers help children schedule their work and monitor their progress
  • Tutors can be emailed when extra help is needed

Homeschooling grows in popularity

Homeschooling in Kenya is growing in popularity with many organised events.

The East Africa Community of Homeschoolers, arranges a regular Africa Home Education Conference and there are many support groups for families.

A number of homeschooling co-ops formed by parents get together regularly in order for children to socialise and take part in activities that benefit from being part of a group such as field trips, sports and arts and crafts.

Teenager homeschooling in Kenya
Lower secondary homeschooling fees

About our fees

Our course fees include all the books your child will need to complete a course, as well as access to our online learning platform.

Here your child can retrieve their course materials, submit their assignments and communicate with their Tutors.

We also offer a 45-day refund policy.

A Wolsey Hall course provides a cost effective but quality alternative to a private school education for those homeschooling in Kenya.

Our courses

Secondary homeschoooling courses

Lower Secondary