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27th Jun 2018

Off-Rolling School Children

All children have a right to a good education. But perhaps now is the time to acknowledge that a traditional school environment is not right for all children. We need to accept that children do not all learn in the same way. If they are falling behind they will become disheartened and sometimes disruptive. We’d like to see a more creative vision for these children by schools, education authorities and the Government.

Posted in: Why Homeschooling?
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2nd Mar 2018

Volunteering in Mauritius

South African student, Reine, is age 12 and studying Year 7 Key Stage 3 (Secondary Level) with Wolsey Hall Oxford whilst homeschooling in Mauritius.

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3rd Nov 2016

National Citizen Service – UK

National Citizen Service (in the UK) is ideal for homeschoolers who may need to build up their self esteem or simply have an exciting experience. The NCS programme involves fun team-building activities and is also a great way to earn UCAS points!

Posted in: Events, Life Skills
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22nd Sep 2016

Ten Advantages of Homeschooling

We thought it would be a good idea to have a closer look at some of the advantages of homeschooling. Have a look and see what you think!

9th Jul 2016

Nelson Mandela Day Portraits

Congratulations to our three winners in our Nelson Mandela Day Portrait competition.

Posted in: Art Club, Competitions
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3rd May 2016

Homeschool Foreign Language

For a variety of reasons, in recent years, public and private schools have been preparing to remove some language courses from their curriculum. As a result, we are seeing more families turning to Wolsey Hall for homeschool foreign language courses sometimes alongside subjects studied at traditional school.

Posted in: Life Skills
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8th Mar 2016

Homeschool Art Commonwealth Competition

Homeschool art is thriving at Wolsey Hall Oxford if these competition entries from our talented students are anything to go by!   Here is a gallery of the fantastic flags created by students, for the Wolsey Hall Oxford Commonwealth Art Prize!

Posted in: Art Club, Competitions
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1st Feb 2016

Alumni – Sir Harold Evans

Sir Harold Evans was a British-born journalist and writer who was editor of The Sunday Times from 1967 to 1981. Evans, whilst in the RAF at the end of WW2, was inspired by other airmen to study economics by correspondence course with Wolsey Hall Oxford.

Posted in: Former Students
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George Chambers Prime Minister, Trinidad & Tobago

George Chambers, 1928-1997, was the second Prime Minister of Trinidad and Tobago.   Born in Port-of-Spain, George Chambers was proud that his education included a GCE correspondence course from Wolsey Hall Oxford.

Posted in: Former Students
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30th Nov 2015

Adult Learning

Adult learning and becoming a student after 18 may seem a little daunting, especially if you’ve been out of a school environment for a long time, but there are plenty of reasons to consider earning new IGCSE or A Level qualifications. At Wolsey Hall we have adults enrol onto our courses for all kinds of reasons.

Posted in: Adult Learning, Careers
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14th Jul 2015

Homeschool Maths – What use is Maths?

Homeschool maths courses, whether that be primary, secondary or IGCSE, are the most popular courses taken by our students here at Wolsey Hall Oxford. We recently came across this article, which asks, “When will I use Math?”and thought it might be of interest to all our homeschool maths students!

Posted in: Life Skills
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23rd Jun 2015

Keep Your Brain Active

We all know how important it is to keep your brain active through all the different stages of our lives. We were therefore delighted to find this letter, submitted by a Wolsey Hall Oxford student in 1969, detailing her experience taking ‘O’ level Italian: the hardest part, she writes, ‘was learning to learn again’.

Posted in: Wolsey History
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