Homeschooling Requirements UK

Why do parents and guardians decide to pursue home education for their children? There are various reasons, it may be for philosophical or religious incentives or due to their own positive experiences of home education.

Children may also start off in mainstream education but be taken out of school and educated at home, this could be down to a child having special needs or being unhappy and not coping with life at a large secondary school. Those pupils who want to get on with their work can also become very frustrated when other children misbehave in class. Parents may also be dissatisfied with the methods of teaching at schools or a move to home education could be because parents are unable to get their children into the school of their choice.

Why homeschooling?

Why do parents and guardians decide to pursue home education for their children? There are various reasons, it may be for philosophical or religious incentives or due to their own positive experiences of home education.

Children may also start off in mainstream education but be taken out of school and educated at home, this could be down to a child having special needs or being unhappy and not coping with life at a large secondary school. Those pupils who want to get on with their work can also become very frustrated when other children misbehave in class. Parents may also be dissatisfied with the methods of teaching at schools or a move to home education could be because parents are unable to get their children into the school of their choice.

Some of our former pupils who have been educated at home have opted to study at InterHigh for additional support because they felt they required professional teaching to prepare for GCSEs or AS and A-Levels. Other parents have used InterHigh’s expertise to focus on certain subjects that they may not have had the relevant knowledge or resources to teach themselves.

How it works:

InterHigh is perfect for use at home, lessons can be accessed anywhere where there is an internet connection providing you with flexibility. Experienced teachers lead real-time, live online, timetabled lessons where pupil interaction is encouraged and monitored and our staff are on hand to answer any questions you or your child may have. Pupils studying our full curriculum study no more than two subjects a day to consolidate learning, this approach allows our pupils to progress rapidly freeing them up to pursue other interests with more energy.

Each pupil has a personal control panel from which they can access homeschooling resources and all the features you would expect at a physical school such as a library, common room, clubs, and societies, etc. Parents don’t have to wait for a parents evening to contact us, can keep an eye on their child’s progress and are able to contact us to enquire about their child’s progress.

Source: Interhigh UK

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