Students achieving GCSEs early
Eddie is a track cyclist but also a gifted student. He left Primary school and transferred to homeschooling with Wolsey Hall. He went straight into studying four IGCSE subjects and took his exams aged just 13. He then went on to study for other IGCSEs. Read more about Eddie’s progression.
Twelve-year-old Oliver is also homeschooling in the UK and taking his IGCSEs early. He’s made a video about how this works.
Education to suit you
We also have students who take some IGCSEs earlier with us while still attending a mainstream school. This combination enables them to achieve the IGCSE in subjects they are advanced in, while studying at a more regular pace for their other education. It can also free up time later on to enable them to take extra IGCSEs and widen their knowledge.
Fourteen-year-old Sofia is studying A level Maths, IGCSE Chemistry, Biology and English with Wolsey Hall. She also attends her local school in Italy. This combined education has worked well for her. Students sometimes choose this option too if their school doesn’t offer a particular subject. This is called supplementary education and can fit around other study commitments.