All our teachers are experienced secondary school teachers. We follow the standard English curriculum. From September 2016, we will be offering the following subjects at KS3 level:

  • English - 2 hours per week
  • Maths - 3 hours per week
  • Science - 2 hours per week
  • History -  1 hour per week
  • Geography - 1 hour per week
  • Latin -  1 hour per week (Year 7 and Y8 only)
  • Spanish - 1 hour per week
  • German - 1 hour per week
  • French - 1 hour a week (Y7 only)


Course outline booklets containing more detailed information on the topics covered within each subject are available on request - please get in touch!

You can opt to study a core curriculum or individual subjects, depending on your particular needs. The cost depends on the number of subjects you opt for and the number of hours per course. From September 2017, the basic fees are £360 per term for maths (3 hrs a week), £240 per term for English or Science (2 hrs a week) and £120 per term for all other subjects (1 hr a week).

Core curriculum package:

This consists of 10 hours of teaching per week, across any available subject combination, with the benefit of a 10% discuont on the full price. From September 2017, the charge for the 10 hour package will be £1080.00 per term.

Tailored package:

We are happy to build a package that suits you. All basic fees are subject to VAT at 20%.

Timetable 2017-8 Year 7 (First Year of UK Secondary School)

Timetable 2017-18: Year 8 (2nd year of UK Secondary School)

Timetable 2017-18: Year 9 (3rd year of UK Secondary School)

'My daughter has enjoyed the first half of this term and it has been challenging but extremely engaging. Keep up the wonderful work you do!!!'  Parent of a Key Stage 3 student

'My son is enjoying the net school classes very much.  They seem to have come just at the right time to meet his needs now and he likes the teachers and learning with the other children.  The teachers have been very good at introducing him to a different style of learning and he is beginning to write so much more and work more independently.' Parent of a Key Stage 3 student