Online Schooling in Scotland

In recent years, many Scottish parents have been moving to their children into the online learning paradigm. We’ve been observing this transition across Scotland, particularly in Edinburgh, Glasgow, Inverness, Stirling, Dundee, Perth, Aberdeen, Elgin, and Livingston. As it continues to gain momentum, it’s gradually reaching other cities of Scotland.

At Cambridge Home School Online, we provide a quality British online education to students across Scotland. We offer four competitive 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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a student attending online school on his laptop in Scotland

Excellent Academic Support

CHS Online has a team of MA/MSc/PhD qualified teachers on board. Our experienced, trained, and assiduous teachers deliver focused lessons in small groups of 8–10 pupils. We intentionally keep our teacher-student ratio particularly low. As an institution, we firmly believe that students perform better when they receive their teachers’ focused attention. This is only possible when each classroom consists of a small number of students and teachers can engage with each pupil on an individualised level.

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One-on-One Pastoral Support

At CHS Online, we believe that students face a wide range of obstacles today. If they don’t enjoy a healthy school-life balance, they may feel overburdened, overworked, and overwhelmed. This can affect their mental health and academic performance. We firmly believe that happy learners are better learners. If students aren’t content, motivated, and empowered, they cannot perform to their fullest potential.

We have a team of qualified school counsellors who provide personalised pastoral support andsuccess coaching to each student. They build trust to make sure that students feel comfortable opening up about any academic or non-academic struggles they may be facing.

Today, many students feel stressed and anxious for a range of reasons. Younger students may not receive enough time for personal growth and social development. This could affect their performance and increase the risk of tantrums. Older students face a range of complex obstacles that affect their stress and anxiety levels. They may face problems in their personal life (self-doubt, academic shortcomings, etc.) or social life (peer pressure, bullying, relationship problems, etc.).

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a mother helping her client revise for his exams in Scotland

Switching to Online Learning in Scotland

As online schooling gains more momentum across Scotland, many parents are making the transition for their children. If you’re in the middle of your research, take your time. This decision should be given the careful thought it deserves. Speak with your child so you can consider their opinion on the matter.

At Cambridge Home School Online, we’re committed to helping students succeed academically, personally, and socially. In addition to providing excellent teaching support to each student, we also equip them with additional online learning tools.

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