Through the years of homeschooling support, Keystone have often worked with students who are still enrolled in a school but who are unable to continue to attend full time.
How does it work?
The students we work with may not be able to commit to a full school timetable due to health issues or commitments outside of school. In other cases a student is having to take some time out from formal schooling but is still registered with a school. In all of these cases, Keystone can work alongside the school to ensure continuity with the learning. Our tutors can liaise with teachers and directors of studies at the schools and the Keystone Team can oversee the administration of this. Students can therefore experience a dual learning programme, with some private lessons and some school classes, or this enables them to keep track of the learning in school whilst not being their physically.
Within Keystone’s homeschooling offering, we are also able to accommodate the option of learning ‘pods’. If your child is exploring the possibility of homeschooling and has a friend(s), who is also interested, Keystone can work with them together to create a ‘pod’ to learn in. The benefits of this are huge, allowing the student access to the friendly competition that they get in lessons at school, as well as the social aspect that can be lost during homeschooling. Keystone can accommodate ‘pods’ of up to 5 students, with an extra charge per student. Do let us know if this is of interest and we can discuss further.