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Attendance at school, between the ages of five and sixteen, in England is mandatory. There are national tests during the second year, when students are aged six to seven, in English, math and science, and again in the sixth year, at the age of ten to eleven, in English and math. During their final year, students take the GCSEs (General Certificate of Secondary Education). After that, they can choose to end their education or take further exams to get into a university. Teachers will also perform evaluations and administer occasional exams throughout each year, but when the time comes for the next school year, students automatically move up.

Moving Up Without Examinations

Moving students up each grade based on their age, not their academic ability, can present some issues. While teachers do perform student evaluations throughout the year, some students may not be ready to move on. With FutureSchool’s online education, students can work from home to further their understanding of English literacy and math. We provide a self-paced work environment without having to worry about keeping up with the rest of the class. Our eLearning classes span all eleven years, so your child will have access to lessons that coincide with his or her particular level.

Going on to the next grade level without being ready may cause some students to lag behind. We offer free online classes for thirty days. Let us help bolster your child’s education from home.

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FutureSchool’s online math classes and online English programs have been fully aligned with the English National Curriculum. Our online courses for England-based English and math concepts cover work in multiple stages, so that you and your family can learn as you see fit. Children can take FutureSchool’s elearning courses for England-based English and math to supplement their current schoolwork. Our online learning classes go hand-in-hand with work that is currently being taught as part of the standard England curriculum. For children, and adults who are learning English as a second language in England, FutureSchool’s online math and online English courses can be just what’s needed to function normally within societal constructs. Additionally, FutureSchool offers a range of GCSE revision courses for each of the major Examination Boards (AQA, Edexcel OCR, and WJEC), depending on what courses your student is studying. For individuals taking International Baccalaureate or Cambridge Examinations, FutureSchool offers supplemental online courses to support this standard curriculum.

Online Math

Future School’s online math courses cover mathematics from the most basic level to advanced classes. We offer courses and tutorials that cover concepts from number recognition to trigonometry. FutureSchool’s online math program begins with Reception Mathmatics and Year 1 Mathmatics, and then continues through math concepts all the way to Statistic Mathmatics. From basic counting and clock concepts to using decimals and dealing with mass, FutureSchool covers all aspects of learning math.

Online English

FutureSchool’s online English classes begin with basic literacy and continue through Year 12 concepts. Our goal at FutureSchool is to meet you where you are in your English-speaking journey, and we provide you with traditional and video elearning classes to help you navigate England-based English. Examples of FutureSchool elearning English courses, as part of our England curriculum, include learning the alphabet, practice with spelling, assembling of sentences, use of similes and figurative language, and work on sentence improvement. If you are looking for a simple and effective way to learn England-based English and math concepts, try FutureSchool. We offer a 30-Day Free Demo that gives you access to many of our online English and math courses.