Gaia Learning are now open to investments from individuals who want to improve education of neurodivergent children around the world.
In June 2019, Gaia Learning was established and swiftly became instrumental for #workingparents throughout the pandemic, offering compelling live home learning #steameducation sessions online. Since then we've engaged online with hundreds of learners, in their homes and within school environments, improving engagement and #wellbeing with 100% success rate of enabling learners to continue to the next stage of their education.
We're accredited by Cambridge International Education to deliver their curriculum worldwide, we're the only online learning platform to be given the ADHD Friendly School Award by the ADHD Foundation Neurodiversity Charity. We won 'Game Changing Education' at The Wisbys Awards and Best Tuition Business Evaluating Impact at The Tutors' Association Awards. We recently pitched at the Northern Finals of Britain's Got Startups and won a place on Baltic Ventures
Come September 2023, we embarked on a venture for our inaugural #hybridlearninghub, poised for a January 2024 launch in Manchester. After a successful pilot programme, we are set to extend our pioneering educational solutions to #neurodivergent and marginalised students across England and Wales in #partnership with schools and local authorities to improve outcomes for all children.
The UK online education market was valued at £7 billion in 2020 and the government has committed to invest £2.6 Billion between 2022 and 2025, to fund new places and improve existing provision for children and young people who benefit from alternative education.
The global online education market for K-12 students was valued at $12.2 billion in 2018 and is projected to reach $35 billion by 2026. The UK online education sector is growing 29% year-over-year - nearly 7 times faster than the overall UK education market (HolonIQ, 2020).
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In England, the number of children being home educated has risen steadily over the past few years. There were 75,668 children recorded as home educated in the 2019/20 academic year, up from 61,711 in 2018/19 (Association of Directors of Children's Services, ADCS) and since the pandemic many haven’t gone back.
27% of secondary schools in England currently use some form of remote learning (Jisc, 2020). During the pandemic, 600,000 UK students learned online, up from 60,000 pre-pandemic (Forbes, 2021). 90% of parents say online learning will be part of their children's future education (Edmentum, 2020).
There’s never been a better or more important time to invest in the future of education.
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