FAQ for Schools

How long do students stay with you?

How do you ensure curriculum consistency?

When working with schools learners stay with us on a 6-week commitment basis. We focus on doing the right thing for the learner and so will work with the school to create a programme that delivers a hybrid approach.

We deliver the Cambridge curriculum in our timetabled classes but we can support students in 1:1 or learning groups, specific for your school in a range of subjects and curriculums.

Do you offer Primary?

How many schools are you working with?

Yes we have a timetable running for students aged 8-16 and can offer 1:1 tuition for children as young as 5years old. We also create bespoke curriculum content for KS1 - 4.

We are part of local authorities alternative provision directories in several regions and have relationships with 10+ schools in the UK and 1 overseas as of January 2024.

How do you work with the Local Authority?

Do you support children who don't have a diagnosis?

We can provide reporting on the learners experience and engagement in line with what the school, family and local authority need. We have all policies, safeguarding and procedures in place to work with local authorities nationwide. As of September 2023 we are working with 3 local authorities and are in the process of joining several other alternative provision directories.

Yes. If the young person can't go into the physical classroom we will support them with 1:1 tuition or group classes.

What size are your classes?

When supporting children with additional needs our class sizes are 1:12 maximum and often we have an additional support team member from Gaia Learning online too. Our typical class size is 5-6 children per class.

How much does it cost?

Do you have qualified teachers?

All students have a £200 registration fee.

Our packages are flexible to the needs of your child. Lessons start from £35+ VAT per session. Payment is half termly and paid in advance.

Yes, all of our teachers are qualified teachers and have also been through our Gaia Learning Certified Educator Course: How to teach inclusively online.