At My Online Schooling, we teach the English National Curriculum (ENC). The ENC is a very well established and recognised curriculum known for providing a broad and balanced, structured education that is relevant and progressive for pupils. Our qualified teachers deliver a curriculum based on the ENC in a coherent, progressive and interactive way. We currently offer a range of subjects at Key Stage Two (KS2), Key Stage Three (KS3), International General Certificate of Secondary Education (International GCSE) Level and Advanced Level/ International Advanced Level (A Level / International A Level).
The English National Curriculum is not only taught in the vast majority of schools in England, but also used by thousands of international and British schools around the world. The curriculum is divided into Key Stages:
As such, this provides the baseline standards of what pupils should be learning in each subject for each stage and age, setting programmes of study which our teachers then convert into lessons delivered in the virtual classroom.
*Key Stage 1 is not currently offered at My Online Schooling
We offer a range of subjects at Key Stage Two (KS2), Key Stage Three (KS3), International GCSE (KS4) and A Level (KS5).
For pupils at KS2 level, we offer an engaging core curriculum package that covers all key curricular areas and increasingly promotes independent learning. We keep class sizes small and every lesson is taught live by an experienced Junior teacher, so your child is engaged and supported at every step of their learning.
We offer an excellent programme of study in Years 7, 8 and 9 as pupils move into their Secondary education. Our subject specialist teachers deliver a coherent and engaging curriculum that develops pupils’ learning skills and promotes increased independent learning. The use of the break out room feature in our online classes allows for discussions and collaborative work.
In Year 10 our pupils typically begin two years of study toward achieving their International GCSEs, which are the global equivalent of UK GCSEs and are awarded by the Pearson Edexcel examination board.
The International GCSE is an ideal qualification for online education, as it can be assessed 100% externally and it doesn’t involve any coursework. While it offers the same level of qualification, it is widely considered to be more challenging and rigorous than a GCSE. It’s also a linear qualification, meaning pupils take all of the exams at the end of the course, in May/June of Year 11.
In Year 12, pupils can then progress onto AS and A Levels. These qualifications involve studying the theory of a subject, combined with some investigative work. AS Levels generally take a year to complete, acting as the foundation for the A Levels, which pupils then take in Year 13.