Core subjects: Literacy, Numeracy, Understanding the World, Literacy is also available online.
Core subjects: Mathematics, Science and English. Robotics is optional. The Cambridge Primary Checkpoint exam is done at the end of Year 6.
Core subjects: Mathematics, Science and English. AI, Coding, Economic and Management Science and French are also available. The Cambridge Lower Secondary Checkpoint exam is done at the end of Year 9.
Students study 7 to 9 subjects over a two year period. Options are English, Accounting, Biology, Business Studies, Chemistry, Economics, French, History, Core Mathematics, Mathematics, Physics, Coding and Geography.
Students who need advanced study to prepare for university and higher education study 3 or 4 subjects over a two year period. Final exams are in June and November.
Opening Day – Tuesday 6th September 2022
End of 1st Half – Friday 14th October 2022
Start of 2nd Half – Monday 24th October 2022
Closing Day – Friday 9th December 2022
Opening Day - Tuesday 10th January 2023
End of First Half - Friday 10th February 2023
Start of 2nd Half - Monday 20th February 2023
Closing Day - Friday 31st March 2023
Opening Day – Tuesday 25th April 2023
End of 1st Half – Tuesday 30th May 2023
Start of 2nd Half – Monday 5th June 2023
Closing Day – Friday 7th July 2023
What is the one qualifier you use to sign up your children for activities? Excellence? Value? Content? Proximity to your home? For me it's how passionate the teacher/ trainer/coach is about what they do. Interacting with the RHS team and environment, the passion for learning is contagious, the excellence is evident and the intentionality of every little thing assuring that my kids are in good hands. Love it.
Great learning environment for the kids. Professional teachers with superb skills on handling kids. Couldn’t have asked for better.
Personalised schooling in a great environment. Progressive and innovative.
Holistic approach to education backed up with a strong Christian foundation and an educator with tonnes of experience from different curriculums around the globe blended together to offer the BEST.
NASA did two studies. One for children before they joined school and discovered that 98% of them think differently. They conducted the same study with graduates and discovered 98% think the same. These findings is a clear indication that schools are structured to teach students ‘what’ to think instead of ‘how’ to think. What stood out for me for RHS Cambridge Homeschooling is that it approaches its subjects with a focus of instilling ‘how’ to think mindset.