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Our school blog keeps the My Online Schooling community in the know. Keep up to date with our regular blog posts which cover interesting topics month to month!

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Our 5 most common questions about online schooling - answered.


For lots of people- the idea of an online school is a brand new one, and it can be confusing. We think that online schooling has a huge amount of potential to help young people in situations that mean that they do not attend mainstream schooling in the UK.

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6 reasons to study British Qualifications online from South Korea

Online schooling offers students living in South Korea the opportunity to study the British National Curriculum for internationally accredited iGCSE and A Levels, from anywhere in the world. They attend an online school and receive all of their lessons in real time, with experienced friendly teachers, who provide continual feedback.These

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10 Benefits of Music Education

Helen from Skoog Music explains how music education can have amazing impacts on the cognitive and social development of children.

“Music education can help spark a child’s imagination or ignite a lifetime of passion.       

When you provide a child with new worlds to explore and challenges to

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Watch out for these trends in Primary Education!

On one hand the educational mobile applications, online programs, and other training resources have been seen by many educators as a threat to conventional teaching and on the other hand, it has also been seen that many educators have leveraged the technology to make learning more interesting and fulfilling.


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Online A Level courses from wherever you are

What are A-Levels and how do they work?

Students in the UK and abroad study A levels. They normally study them when they are aged 17-18, in sixth form or college. In the first year students study AS levels, and in the second year they study A2 levels. These qualifications

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What is the International A-Level and how does it work? We’ll explain simply.

In September 2018 international students living outside the UK will be able to study the Edexcel International A Level (IAL) with UK students cannot study IALs. Recently updated subjects offered are Biology, Chemistry, Physics, Business, Economics,  Mathematics, Further Mathematics, Pure Mathematics, and Information Technology, though 19 subjects in total

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Online education and school inclusion

Online education and school inclusion

“By continuing to study the National Curriculum online and take GCSE and A Level exams, students can slot back into school and society in the future. This makes the inclusion of students who cannot attend school the ultimate goal of online schooling, if not the

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British qualifications from anywhere in the world.

You are:

  • Living in a country outside of the UK
  • Unable to access an accredited British education
  • Unable to afford international schooling fees

You want:

  • An affordable alternative to international schooling
  • To study for school or exams

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5 reasons to give your child a quality British education online for expatriates living in Dubai

Dubai: a stirring alchemy of profound traditions and ambitious futuristic vision wrapped into starkly evocative desert splendour’, and a dream destination for many British families. Indeed 85% of Dubai’s population are expatriates, and over 250,000 of these are British. Emigrating to Dubai is not always easy however. For many moving

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How a home-based online education can help children with social anxiety.

John is fourteen and had been experiencing social anxiety at school for several years. During the last six months, he became increasingly distressed and was eventually unable to go to school at all. His mum Sarah wanted John to start his GCSEs but she worked part-time and didn’t have time

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