Online Schooling in Kuwait

Covering approximately 20% of the country’s population, Kuwaiti students are known for their academic achievements. In recent years, Kuwait has started embracing the online learning model.

Presently, many students are enrolled in online schools across Kuwait. Parents have been increasingly supporting the virtual learning model owing to its safety and flexibility. Students aren’t overworked, which is particularly common in most conventional schools across Kuwait. Instead, online schooling helps students enjoy a healthier school-life balance.

Choosing the right online school isn’t just important; it’s imperative. Established in 2002, we provide a quality British online education across four homeschooling programs: Primary Prep/Key Stage 2 (ages 8–10), Lower School/Key Stage 3 (ages 11–13), Upper School/IGCSEs (ages 14–16), and Sixth Form/AS & A-Levels (ages 17–19).

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Top-Tier Academic Support and Educational Resources

As an institution, we believe that students can only perform well in school when they’re equipped with the right teaching support and educational resources. By supplying both, we help students excel in academics.

Our MA/MSc/PhD qualified subject specialist teachers deliver focused, engaging, interactive, and stimulating lessons in small groups of 8–10 students. Keeping the teacher-student ratio low ensures that every pupil gets one-on-one attention. This isn’t the case in most conventional schools across Kuwait. In some institutions, as many as 25 or even 30 students are taught by a single teacher. Because of this, the teacher fails to track their learning trajectory.

Each student has a unique learning pace. This depends on their academic weaknesses and strengths. Since our teachers can interact with every student on an individualised basis, they can track their learning trajectory. If a student struggles to with class participation or has trouble concentrating, our highly experienced teachers will immediately identify this lapse and work towards correcting it. This helps students stay on track and become high achievers.

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A Healthy School-Life Balance

Over the past few years, Kuwait has started placing a stronger emphasis on student mental health. As stated earlier, Kuwaiti students are often overworked in conventional schools. They return home feeling tired, worn out, fatigued, and restless. It becomes increasingly difficult for them to pay attention to their lessons, have fun with friends, spend quality time with their family, develop new skills, play sports, enjoy their favourite hobbies, and so on. While their academic growth is affected, their personal and social growth is also stunted.

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Choose Cambridge Home School Online for Your Children

Are you considering switching your child to online schooling? Cambridge Home School Online should be your first selection. We provide a quality British online education to the students in Kuwait City,  Abū Ḩulayfah, Al Jahrā, Al Wafrah, Al Aḩmadī, Al Farwānīyah, Al Bida, Abraq Khayţān, Al ‘Udaylīyah, and other cities across Kuwait.

We follow an independent, interdisciplinary, and well-rounded curriculum. Parents are given round-the-clock access to the work their children are doing for added transparency. We also provide scholarships and bursaries. If you wish to increase your chances of being enrolled at Cambridge Home School Online, please submit an early application.

As one of the leading online schools in Kuwait, we’re trusted by thousands of parents across the nation. Let’s start securing a better and brighter future for your children. We also provide a quality British online education in the United Kingdom, Europe (including Western Russia), Africa, Central Asia, and other parts of the Middle East.

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