By studying our Secondary English homeschooling course (English National Curriculum Key Stage 3), your child will develop the skills in speaking, listening, reading and writing that they will need for study at IGCSE and beyond. Your child will learn to express themselves creatively and imaginatively and to communicate with others confidently and effectively.
At the end of Year 9 of Secondary English you will receive a report on your child’s progress. A report on the average grade achieved by your child at the end of Years 7 or 8 is available on request.
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Working with students with autism taught me so much about how to be a creative and innovative teacher, and how to understand and appreciate the perspectives and experiences of all learners.BA, QTS, Advanced Diploma in Special Educational Needs Subject: English View Profile
I became an Advanced Skills Teacher, and an English Consultant. Through these roles I have enabled students to reach their full potential. I also homeschool my own children.BEd Subject: English, English as a Second Language View Profile
I am passionate about helping others improve their English. My motivation is a desire to help students be successful and achieve their potential through activities that stimulate and engage learners.BA, PGCE Subject: English & English as a Second Language View Profile
I encourage my pupils to take an active approach to their studies. If my student isn’t enjoying an activity, I’ll stop and find another approach. I believe this mentality is why homeschooling works wellBA, PGCE Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
I believe there is a different educational route for everybody. It is our job to find a way for that person to access education. There is nothing more rewarding than that “light-bulb” momentMA Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
Passing exams requires more than a good level of English. You must unlock the question and produce what the examiner wants to read. It’s always a joy giving a high mark to a well-answered question.BA, PGCE Subject: English & English as a Second Language View Profile
I love writing, reading, studying and researching! I am here to help you achieve your potential: to accomplish and achieve your goals! Please feel free to contact me with any questions or queries.BA, MA, PGCE, PhD Subject: English Language & Literature & Psychology View Profile
Learning the rules with which to manipulate language can be life changing. It takes time but it’s worth it and I’ll be here to guide you. I have also been an examiner and understand the exam process.BA (Hons), QTS Subject: English Language and English Literature View Profile
I love to read. If you read, you can visit magical worlds and have great adventures! I’m looking forward to inspiring you as you embark on your own journey of discovery! I also home educate my daughter.MA Subject: English Language & History View Profile
I love all types of storytelling. I always like to encourage my pupils to read as much as possible and I like to offer book suggestions. I look forward to sharing my passion for English with you!BSc, PGCE Subject: English Language & Literature View Profile
We made a giant leap just over a year ago when we decided to enrol our 11 year old daughter in Year 7 with Wolsey Hall. We had no idea what to expect and were quite apprehensive. She has just started Year 8 with Wolsey Hall as we were so blown away with how her first year went. The quality of teaching is exceptional, the work is interesting and perfect in terms of quantity and variety. The system is so easy to use and everyone we deal with is lovely, knowledgable and professional. I honestly cannot find one negative and I recommend Wolsey Hall to anyone considering home schooling (it actually made me want to start my school journey again - and that's saying something!).
I cannot believe we are only two weeks away from finishing our first school year of homeschooling! We made the decision to take our youngest out of school back in September and it has simply been the best decision. We started five courses with Wolsey Hall in November as we wanted to make sure we are giving her the skills she needs for lifelong opportunities and a broad range of learning experiences. These courses have definitely provided that along with the ability to be flexible to her needs and a whole lot of fun. As our eldest is still in school for now we 'needed' to be able to follow the school term times. I was a little worried that starting so late in the term we would never catch up. The amount of pressure we put ourselves under for a self imposed deadline is insane really! And how here we are, two weeks to go on Maths and English. She had actually finished Science, History and Computing already. This week's focus in English has been poetry, in particular sky art. So today we took our learning outside for some inspiration. I'm loving the freedom that our curriculum gives us to truly personalise our education as well as the freedom to enjoy time as a family without penalties. We have learnt so much as a family about how much life we can experience and learn from outside the confines of the traditional model. Isn't it funny how much we let tradition and social expectations dictate our lives. I am so grateful that I have the opportunity to raise my children to thrive and shrine.