If you are looking for GCSE home learning courses for your child then you’ve landed on the right page. InterHigh is an online secondary school which teaches the full UK curriculum for pupils from Year 4 through to GCSE, AS and A Level. Hundreds of our pupils all over the world study home learning GCSE courses thanks to InterHigh.
Home learning GCSE real-time lessons online
There are various reasons why GCSE home study may be the best option for students. Studying at InterHigh is a popular choice for families living and working abroad who want a British-curriculum-based education for their children. International schools may not be nearby or convenient to get to, so studying at InterHigh saves you time and expense. 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.
So many people choose InterHigh’s GCSE home learning courses because of our revolutionary teaching model and flexibility. Experienced teachers lead real-time, live online, timetabled lessons which usually runs from 9.00am until 4.00pm, Monday to Friday. Pupil interaction is encouraged and monitored and our staff are on hand to answer any questions your child may have. This approach allows our pupils to progress rapidly freeing them up to pursue other interests with more energy.
The advantages of studying Home learning GCSE courses at InterHigh
The advantage of InterHigh’s online status compared to a more traditional school setting is that lessons can be accessed anywhere where there is an internet connection. It also means that our teachers can focus fully on teaching for the entire lesson time, without interruption, disruption or bad behaviour which may be experienced in a more traditional classroom.
All lessons are recorded and stored in our online archive which students can access 24/7. This is an excellent resource and makes it easy for students to catch up following time off. It can also be used to prepare for future lessons and GCSE exams. Each pupil has a personal control panel from which they can access all the features you would expect at a physical school such as a library, common room, clubs and societies etc. Parents can also keep an eye on their child’s progress and are able to contact us to enquire about their child’s progress.