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We offer a wide range of courses at Lower Secondary Level.
Almost all parts of our lives are affected by computer programs. On these courses students can begin to learn the advanced skills needed to make computers work for them. Key areas covered include:
Students will require use of a laptop or desktop computer running Mac OS (10.14), Windows 10 or Linux.
Students will need a Google account and Google Chrome. Windows users will need to install Notepad ++ or Atom and Mac/Linux users Atom, alternatively Repl.it can be used online.
Microsoft Excel is used on the course. If students do not have Excel, they can use Google Sheets instead.
The fee for Secondary Computing is £495 via instalments. There is a discount of 5% for payment in full reducing the fee to £470. Read more about our fees and discounts, see what our fees include or use our fee calculator to find out the total cost of the courses you select. If you’re not delighted with your course, let us know within 45 days and we’ll refund your course fee (less the cost of the books).
Thanking you and your team for your dedication in educating my children. I have seen such an improvement and they are all so confident now with their books and assignments.
Cindy Stockil, Homeschooling Parent
My daughter is so happy with Wolsey Hall. How the Tutors listen and give positive feedback is amazing. All l can say is sincere thanks for helping my child grow. The Tutors are so professional l really cannot thank you enough.
Huda, Homeschooling Parent
United Arab Emirates
Our children (almost 13 and 11) have been students of Wolsey Hall Oxford since 2017. Every year we achieve the perfect balance of flexibility and academic excellence. Our Student Progress Manager works closely with us tailoring the education of our children month by month, something that could never be achieved in any other type of schooling. The tutors for each subject are always available to answer questions and mark promptly the monthly assignments, which follow the National Curriculum to the highest possible standards. The wider support team of Wolsey Hall is also very responsive and we enjoy the option of joining other students in after-school clubs and activities that create as much of a school community life as one would like to get involved in.
Ana Gonzalez-Pelaez – Homeschooling Parent
If you’re thinking of enrolling your child at Wolsey Hall Oxford and you’d like to know more about what we do or how to enrol, please just get in touch. We’re ready to enrol new pupils throughout the academic year.