Here at North Warwickshire and South Leicestershire College, we have set up a centre for home-educated learners at our Nuneaton Campus and Wigston Campus.
Who is it aimed at?
This programme is specifically created for learners who are in Years 10 and 11 and have been home-educated.
What is it?
The home education programme is a part-time, one day provision designed to enable young people who have been home-educated to access GCSE English and GCSE maths tuition and examinations.
Available at our Campuses in Nuneaton and Wigston, classes are held one day per week, 8.45am – 4.00pm with an additional 3 hours of blended, online working.
Classes are kept to a maximum of 12 students. Making it suitable for students who struggle with anxiety, depression and bullying issues.
Working in small groups, learners will receive study support to ensure they achieve these vital qualifications. Homework will be set which is compulsory and equals the same amount of time of in class study. Learners who achieve will have the opportunity to progress to further study, apprenticeship or training.
Full funding is provided by the government, meaning no tuition fees need to be paid by parents or carers.
What does the programme cover?
- GCSE English
- GCSE Maths
If you’re interested in our Home Education programme, please get in touch today for more information.