Supporting Local Authorities


My Online Schooling
The world’s leading British online school

My Online Schooling – the world’s leading British online school, delivering the British national curriculum to over a thousand pupils across 80 countries. Established in 2016, My Online Schooling is at the forefront of high quality, innovative online teaching and learning. This has recently been recognised through our official accreditation as a Cambridge International School. We also work closely with the Department for Education as partners in the creation of an inspection framework for online schools to ensure the highest quality of provision. 

At My Online Schooling we place a huge focus on both the academic and pastoral provision within the school, ensuring we support each and every child in our care to thrive.

Support for

Local Authorities
Providing a Quality Education

With a significant proportion of our UK pupils having previously faced barriers in their academic learning or social and emotional development in a physical school context, we understand the different pressures and limitations that children often face, and the lack of quality schooling alternatives that can so often frustrate families. 

My Online Schooling works with local authorities to support pupils in the following range of contexts:

  • School refusers
  • Persistent low attenders
  • Those who experienced bullying
  • Those at risk of permanent exclusion
  • Anxiety and/or mental health conditions
  • Unmet special educational needs.
  • Young Carers
  • Those with health conditions which make physical schools challenging 

We offer many additional benefits as a fully online school to re-engage pupils with their education: 

  • Disruption-free learning– a school experience free from disruption, distraction and/or bullying.
  • Flexibility – timetable options that run at different times to support greater access and flexibility, particularly supporting those who are Young Carers or have specific needs. 
  • Small class sizes – our classes are capped at 20 per class. 
  • A dedicated inclusion provision– with a qualified SENDCo, Head of Well-Being and School Counsellor 
  • An extension extra-curricular programme – as well as additional social skills, anxiety management and role model sessions.
  • Outstanding results – in 2019, 50% of GCSE grades were 9-7 – significantly higher than national averages. 
  • Long-term continuity – with a Junior School (Year 3 – Year 6) as well as a Secondary School (Year 7 – Year 13).
Support for Local Authorities

Live Event
Wednesday 20th July, 12pm

As we head towards the 2022/23 academic year, we would like to invite representatives from local authorities to find out more about My Online Schooling. We are hosting a virtual open event specifically for local authorities on Wednesday 20th July at 12pm.

The event will be led by our school’s Executive Headteacher, Rob Leitch, Head of Business Development, Clem Hinchliffe; Special Education Needs and Disabilities Coordinator, Laura Hendry; and Head of Wellbeing, Vanessa Baker. 

During the event you will receive information about the specific packages we offer local authorities looking for short and long term educational support for pupils facing barriers in mainstream school.

To sign up for our live event, please register below.