How many hours a day should your child be studying?
Many parents worry their child should be studying for 6 hours a day like a traditional school. But remember, the distractions and added extras like assemblies have been removed. As your child is the sole focus, you’re likely to find it only takes a few hours to get through the day’s work. With younger children at primary level, this is likely to be even less. Place less emphasis on the time it takes and concentrate more on how well your child is grasping the subject. Let them lead the pace, tweaking your schedule as you go.
For our Secondary age students we have created a study hours calculator to help families work out how many hours per week their child should be studying.