Eddie is a gifted child and track cyclist with huge potential. He started his education in traditional school and left in his last year of Primary after researching the benefits of homeschooling.
Naomi in Romania
Kari in the UK
Sanjana in India
A suitable pace
When homeschooling a gifted child, you will be able to encourage their interests. They will have the time to explore more deeply the topics that interest them, researching all those burning questions that teachers don’t always have the time or knowledge to answer in mainstream school. They won’t have to wait for other class members to complete exercises or have class teachers trying to bring them back to the level of the rest of the class.
At Wolsey Hall Oxford, we understand that children with higher learning potential can also face challenges.
They may feel different and unable to connect with their age-equivalent peers or find that teachers are unable to provide answers to the numerous questions they may have.
Homeschooling a gifted child allows you and your child the freedom to seek out like-minded people.
Definitions of gifted children
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 students throughout the academic year.