"We learn more because there are less people, nicer teachers and we have a lot of fun. I am able to ask more questions now because I am more confident because I am getting to know the teachers and students better."
- Max, Year 7
"Having less people in the class helps me to concentrate a lot better. With this type of learning you can go at your own speed and take your own time, no stress. It makes it so much more enjoyable than always having to move on quickly in a bigger class. I actually like to learn now which sounds a bit strange!"
- Indi, Year 8
"I am studying in my house and there’s no need to travel to school. It’s more challenging and I am learning more rapidly. I am doing more and the teachers are really nice."
- Xavi, Year 8
"I have the best teachers and they are so fun. They make you laugh and they care. They would do anything they can to help you. The main difference for me was that I did not have to be scared to ask questions. They let you have a voice to express your opinions and I can go at my speed which I like because I am different in each subject."
- Adelaiya, Year 7
“As a young athlete completing an A-level and a BTEC, on top of my sporting commitments, was something I found hard. However, it’s something that I soon realised, after beginning my courses, is indeed very manageable and achievable.”
- Harvey, Year 12
August 24, 2021
Rachel Smith, Head of Lower School & Pastoral Care, explains how Oxford Education Online used the G7 Summit to inspire pupils across the school
August 3, 2021
Rachel Smith, Head of Lower School & Pastoral Care, shares how Oxford Education Online creates a personalised and collaborative educational environment through elective modules.
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