We offer a wide range of Primary homeschooling courses for ages 4-11. Beginning the journey to becoming independent learners.
Some Primary families show how it works
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Support from Wolsey Hall
Although you play a key role in the education of your child at home, you are not alone!
Your Wolsey Hall Student Progress Manager (SPM) is on-hand to help you create the right environment at home for learning, as well as help you create the perfect timetable for your home situation.
Likewise, your SPM will help you get started on our learning platform, Canvas, and is available to answer any questions you may have, as well as monitor the progress being made by your child across their chosen subjects.
In addition, your Wolsey Hall Tutors will also be on hand to talk with you about home learning and subject content, as well as answering any learning queries you may have along the way.
As Students progress
We have two phases of learning in Primary; these are Lower Primary for our youngest students in Year 1 and 2, and Upper Primary for those in Years 3, 4, 5 and 6.
Our Lower Primary students tend to need more support and help at home. Your role is very much hands-on, and you will be very involved in every aspect of your child’s education.
As students move through Upper Primary, they become more independent in their learning. They quickly learn the timetable and routines and begin to take more responsibility for their own learning. By the time a student is finishing Year 6, they are likely to be working completely independently with little input and support needed from you to facilitate the learning at home. The longer our students are with Wolsey Hall, the more independent they become.
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.