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There are basic expectations - to show up for lessons, be on time, do homework etc. But if you don’t, school is more likely to offer support than crack the whip. Teachers are described as ‘kind’ and ‘understanding’. ‘They know my family, not just me.’ ‘You can message them anytime to ask a question and every single time they come back to you.’ ‘The teachers have been more supportive than at any other school we’ve experienced.’ Homework, which is always marked, is on the heavy side. Practicals for science clearly pose a challenge, but...

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What the school says...

Established in 2013, Net School is proud to offer a high quality online education based on the English National Curriculum for students aged between 9 and 18 years.

Our well-qualified, experienced teachers are chosen for their love of teaching and for their ability to inspire and to build confidence, whilst small classes ensure your child gets the focused, personal attention they need to achieve their full potential.

We are delighted to welcome new students to our Primary, Key Stage 3, IGCSE and A level courses - please visit our website to find out more about our flexible, individualised approach to online learning.
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Since 2013, Susan Reed MA PGCE (40s) Read history at Christ’s College, Cambridge before moving to Manchester for her PGCE and later an MA in art gallery and museum studies (museum education beckoned at one time). Taught secondary history in both the state and independent sector (UK and abroad) then moved into online teaching in 2009 when she was living in Cyprus. ‘I became a teacher at Briteschool and had no idea how I’d feel about it. Would it be fun? Would I have a chance to get to know the students?’ Yes and yes turned out to be the answers.

Launched Net School four years later because she felt ‘there just wasn’t the teaching quality parents were looking for in online schooling, nor the individualised approach or flexibility’. Still teaches...

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