What is Homeschooling at a centre?
In this course students will be at a Homeschooling Centre and will be trained by a qualified teacher with many years of experience in Maths, Science and English.
Our centre Homeschooling classes provide a professional and a relaxed learning-environment where quality training is provided for a group of students. Students can not only socialise with their peers, but all the required resources likes pens, pencils and notepads are provided, for successful content-rich learning to occur.
Parents will have the peace of mind that their child will be receiving a quality education away from school.
Centre Homeschooling courses are held weekly and monthly to offer the flexibility and affordability for all parents as shown in our course fees section. All students are provided with learning materials, test preparation and reports to enable them to understand the learning and progress they have made.
Homeschooling at a Centre provides a professional learning environment for parents/students to take advantage of.
A lot of parents are passionate, motivated and dedicate themselves to their children’s academic progress.
Here we at British Academy are able to offer the perfect solution. Parents will have peace of mind that their child will be receiving a quality curriculum, on a monthly basis that is up to date on the subject chosen.
Course length: Two or Three terms
Variable depending on the specific centre (Contact us for further details)
All years/grades from Primary to High school Foundation, Intermediate and Advanced Depending upon the ability and progress of a student, the completion of any level can vary from 2 - 4 months.
Variable depending on the specific centre
How the course is delivered:
This will be at an external learning centre.
What the course will include:
(i)Pre-course placement test
(ii) Mixed-nationality classes
(iii) Average class size of 5-10
(iv) Individual learning plan for each student
(v) Continuous student assessment
(vi) Bi-monthly tutorials to discuss each student's progress and learning needs
(vii) Progress reports