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  • Do you provide live classes?
    We provide real-time classes for ambitious students from all over the world, with international accreditation.
  • Is there a test to get into the school?
    Basically there are no entrance exams to join our school, we are a non-selective school, so everyone is welcome. Your child will take the English test to see how he/she could study the rest lessons.
  • Does LEO School follow a particular curriculum?
    Yes! Our school focuses on the British Curriculum. Whether you are in the UK or based overseas, our teachers have vast experience in delivering all subject matter in a way that will directly support your child’s learning in the classroom. Our curriculums and materials are designed specifically for LEO School by experienced and qualified UK teachers.
  • Is LEO school full time or part time?
    Our services include both full-time and part time education according to British curriculum standards, which greatly increases the chances of entering the best universities in the world.
  • In what language the education takes place?
    All courses are taught in English language.
  • Is homework included with school packages?
    Yes. At our school, we feel that homework is an extremely important aspect of the overall learning experience. Homework not only encourages students to take responsibility for completing a task but is vital in adding to what students have learnt during their class. Homework also allows parents to monitor their child's progress and play a more active role in their education outside of their lessons.
  • What is the difference between a GCSE and an IGCSE?
    GCSEs and IGCSEs are both level 2 qualifications commonly sat in schools at the age of 16. Both are offered by the major examination boards and both will let you progress on a range of career paths. The I in IGCSE stands for international. The IGCSEs were originally developed for the international market but they attracted a lot of students in private schools, where the 100% exam based syllabuses were considered more rigorous and better preparation for A levels than the traditional GCSE. As time has progressed, the GCSE and IGCSE specifications have become more closely aligned, although it remains true that the examination requirements for IGCSE still benefit home educators in many subjects.
  • Where can I sit GCSE and IGCSE exams?
    Whilst it is your responsibility to arrange your exams, our school can offer a lot of assistance. Full information on arranging examinations can be found here
  • What are the 4 key stages pupils must follow in the National Curriculum?
    Key Stage 1 – ages 5-7 (Years 1-2) Key Stage 2 – ages 7-11 (Years 3-6) Key Stage 3 – ages 11-14 (Years 7-9) Key Stage 4 – ages 14-16 (Years 10-11)
  • How do the examinations take place?
    Only the final exams of the upper secondary school are taken in person. All examinations in primary and lower secondary schools are held remotely.
  • My child does not speak English. Will he be able to start at your online school?
    Yes! Especially for children with a language level below A2, we have developed International School Preparation programmes which you can enrol in at any time.
  • Do I have to supervise my child myself?
    Each online class in our school has its own coordinator who supports the children throughout their learning and communicates with the parents on a regular basis.
  • What is the difference between learning in a classroom and online?
    Unlike traditional bricks-and-mortar schools, online school offers parents the ability to control their child's learning environment. Parents can ensure their student is learning in a safe, secure atmosphere that is free from the bullying and peer pressure that is sometimes found in a traditional classroom setting.
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