At My Online Schooling, we’re building a community of organisations with a shared purpose. Together with businesses, government bodies, non-profits, educators and more, we’re working to share opportunities, promote online education and make a lasting, positive change for young people.
If you think there’s a place for your organisation in our community, please get in touch via the link at the bottom of the page.
EtonX provides pupils online skill and communication courses globally. They value real-world skills together with academic studies – aiming to teach pupils future skills. EtonX prepares pupils for the quickly and ever-changing world by helping them to develop skills such as communication, problem -solving and critical thinking. These skills will help pupils to success in not just at universities, but also in the workplace.
At My Online Schooling, we share our goals and vision with them; preparing pupils with the 21st-century education to offer them the opportunity to thrive in today’s rapidly changing world.
At My Online Schooling, we want to provide our pupils the opportunity to even further develop their future skills while studying with us by offering the following EtonX courses for our current pupils;
Each week students will analyse a range of scenarios and learn strategies that will help them gain
insight into themselves and how to transform their mindset. They will watch advice from a qualified
life coach to better understand why certain attitudes are important and apply new techniques to
their own life to help them develop a more positive mindset.
Our Entrepreneurship course is for any students who are interested in developing an
entrepreneurial mindset, enhancing their career or starting their own business. They
will learn from successful entrepreneurs and case studies and use the latest techniques
to refine the business ideas they have and give them the confidence to pitch.
Five in a Row is a Scottish rowing crew of five members who are taking on the challenge of rowing the Atlantic in an international rowing competition, whilst raising awareness and money for charity – Reverse Rett, a charity dedicated to change lives of those who live with Rett Syndrome. They will be rowing without any support and carry all of their equipment and food with them for over five weeks – which means it will be physically and mentally testing.
My Online Schooling is proudly sponsoring Five in a Row’s empowering journey from La Gomera all the way across the Atlantic to Antigua. We want to support their adventure together with our pupils and that’s why we will be closely following them and we have embedded in the curriculum and assemblies. Pupils will have the opportunity to learn about preparing for the future and the sense of anything is possible – even rowing across the Atlantic! Our pupils will have many exciting activities regarding Five in the Row’s inspiring adventure.
As a school we remain committed to preparing our pupils for their future wellbeing and success in what is a rapidly changing world. For this reason, we have partnered with Role Models. Role Models is an impact driven education provider who develop social and emotional wellbeing and dynamic thinking in young people through online courses and sessions. We believe that better life skills really can mean better results for your children in many areas of their young lives.
Role Models will offer lessons to Junior pupils on valuable life skills including: Resilience, Collaboration, Leadership, and Creative Problem Solving.
When your child is enrolled in the Role Models class, you will receive an email summary and ‘Top Tip’ after each session, and pupils will be provided with a follow-up activity sheet. Additionally, every 5 sessions, pupils will receive a personalised Role Models certificate!
Laughtercise brings wiggles and giggles to everyone’s living room all around the world! Their aim is to let children do what they love; being playful by making them laugh and feel-better with silly bouncing around and laughing until they are rolling on the floor sessions. Laughtercise brings new perspectives and activities to meet school’s wellbeing targets. The sessions help pupils to release energy, feel good and concentrate better afterwards.
At My Online Schooling, we are committed to ensure that our pupils have tools and options to take care of their wellbeing. For this reason we have partnered up with Laughtercise to provide our pupils support on their journey with us.
Laughtercise offers monthly classes to our junior pupils. Run by Chief Chucklers Aaron Betesta and Harriet Brady-Jackson, Laughtercise offer fun, energetic laughter-fitness sessions to burn energy, relieve stress and promote overall wellbeing. This class allows pupils to laugh with their friends and release energy in a really positive way. Each lesson has a different theme for example, jungle, under the sea etc. The lessons will include movement activities and laughing exercises and ends with deep breathing techniques.
Additionally, pupils who are enrolled in this class will have access to the Laughtercise portal where they will be able to watch videos including yoga videos, chill videos and brain and body buzz videos. Pupils will also be given humorous homework to encourage them to think about their wellbeing in a fun way.
The wellbeing of our pupils is really important to us and our teachers, the wellbeing team and the education team are available for our pupils to talk to. However, we also understand that some young people may find it difficult to reach out for support or to talk face to face about their feelings.
For this reason, we have partnered with Mind of My Own which provides an accessible and empowering way for young people to tell those who work with them about the things that are important to them. Young people can create their own accounts, which can be used on any device at any time. The app will ask them about how they are feeling, what is going well and any news they would like to share. Once a pupil has shared their news, they can review this and send it to the wellbeing/education team. We will then be able to reach out to pupils to acknowledge their news and offer any support if necessary.
Tutors and Exams provides examination and assessment facilities primarily aimed at private and home educated candidates. The company was established six years ago by husband and wife, Jenny & Chris Spraggett, both of whom have a wealth of experience working in the examination/education sector. In those intervening six years, Tutors and Exams has evolved into a much valued and respected examination venue.
Tutors and Exams currently have six examination centres. In addition to their examination centres, they also have three dedicated Science laboratories that delivers A Level/GCSE Science practicals all year round. In 2019/20, Tutors and Exams delivered examination assessment to over 2,400 learners. They cater for 95% of all GCSE/GCE and International GCSE subjects offered by all UK Awarding Organisations, alongside Functional Skills. They also have a dedicated SEN specialist who can assist in organising access arrangements if required.
Tutors and Exams work in partnership with many large, respected distance learning providers, including My Online Schooling, as well as a growing number of UK universities to provide examination facilities for their distance learning programmes. Cambridge Assessment Admissions Testing is also available too. They also accommodate private training organisations, delivering qualifications to sizeable cohorts throughout the UK.
Social enterprises are businesses which trade for a social purpose that reinvest or donate over half their profits to further this social or environmental mission. They are an increasingly important part of the UK economy contributing £60 billion and employing 2 million people. Estimates are there are 100,000 in the UK. Research carried out by Social Enterprise UK, the membership body for the sector, shows they are outperforming traditional businesses when it comes to start-up rates, turnover growth and innovation. They are also ahead of the pack when it comes to workforce diversity and pay. For more information and statistics see Social Enterprise UK’s State of Social Enterprise Report 2019 and the ‘Hidden Revolution’ report which showed the true scale and impact of the sector.
By choosing My Online Schooling for your child, you are also supporting us to improve access to quality education across the globe. Furthermore, your child will have the opportunity to learn about our charity partners and the causes we support through assemblies and fun, engaging activities.
At My Online Schooling, we are constantly striving to do better for our people and our planet and becoming a Social Enterprise is a recognition of this commitment to responsible and impactful business, and an important milestone in our journey.
My Online Schooling is at the forefront of online education, and therefore we are responsible for setting a good industry standard. We are therefore proud to announce that My Online Schooling Ltd has recently received accreditation as a Social Enterprise in the UK by the UK’s national Social Enterprise body, Social Enterprise UK (SEUK).
We are delighted to announce that My Online Schooling have recently partnered with the charity Refugee Education UK (REUK).
Refugee Education UK run various programmes supporting the education and wellbeing of young refugees and asylum seekers in the UK. Their Educational Progression programme enables young refugees and asylum seekers to plan and navigate viable pathways through education. My Online Schooling has partnered with REUK as part of this ambitious programme, offering free spaces and funding data packages for the refugees and asylum seekers that they are working with.
Find out more about more about our partnership with REUK by clicking the button below.
“Being a student and finding work is almost impossible without internet access. We want to do something about it.” – Moses Seitler, Founder of Screen Share UK
Many young refugees are among the one million children in the UK who do not have access to adequate technology at home. For young people whose learning will already have been disrupted throughout their experiences of displacement, being without a laptop now further delays their ability to access their right to education.
Screen Share exists to support, inform and advocate for digital inclusion for young refugees. They do this primarily by repurposing used laptops and gifting them to young refugees in the UK.
My Online Schooling has partnered with Screen Share in two ways; firstly, by making our Edinburgh office a used laptop drop-off point for local businesses and individuals, and secondly, promoting Screen Share’s work and and services to our network of businesses and families, asking them to donate their used laptops too.
By having a drop-off point in Edinburgh, we will increase Screen Share’s reach across the UK, making it easier for people to donate their laptops, in turn helping more young refugees around the UK get online, and access their right to education.
Do you have a used laptop you no longer need? Visit Screen Share’s website to find out more – just click the button below.
The British Council offer exams in over 90 countries across the globe, including International GCSE, AS Level and A Levelexaminations. They work with Pearson and several other UK awarding bodies, to offer these exams internationally.
At My Online Schooling, we work together with the British Council to provide our pupils international GCSE, AS level and A level exams.
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