Sophia High School the only UK based online independent school for primary and secondary school students in Year 1 to Year 9. All of our online lessons are live, interactive, and taught by our team of qualified, experienced teachers; covering the British Curriculum for students from age 5 through to 14.
We offer the best in British Private Education, within a flexible homeschool online education setting.
What makes us different
Our education team share over 48 years of Headship, leadership and teaching experience at outstanding schools in the UK and abroad.
All our teachers are qualified, experienced educational professionals, with a track record of success in leading UK schools. They all hold an enhanced UK DBS check and are on the DBS update service. All teachers have updated Safeguarding training.
Small Class Size
Class sizes are capped at 6 students per teacher in the core subjects of English and Maths. All other classes have a maximum of no more than 10 students.
These standardised assessments are based on Mathematics and English (Reading Comprehension and Spelling, Grammar & Punctuation) results. The standardised score for the average child in the UK is 100 for each of these assessments.
We are proud to have a global learning community, with students from the UK and abroad; including families based in Europe, Russia, Asia and the Middle East, including: Dubai, Qatar and Saudi Arabia.
We greatly value the relationships with our students and parents. Strong lines of communication are ensured through weekly parent meetings, and a priority is given by our team when responding to enquiries.
Key stage 1
Sophia High students in KS1 scored higher than 90.9% of all U.K. students who took the PUMA/PIRA and GAPS standardised assessments.
Key stage 2
Sophia High students in KS2 scored higher than 77.4% of all U.K. students who took the PUMA/PIRA and GAPS standardised assessments.
Key stage 3
Sophia High students in KS3 scored higher than 76.0% of all U.K. students who took the PUMA/PIRA standardised assessments.
It is difficult to know who to trust these days when it comes to educating your children. Are there regional differences in the quality of teaching/tutoring? Is the same amount of money being invested in each part of the country? Are teachers’/tutors’ claims to be qualified individuals, true? To what extent are teachers/tutors in tutoring companies being thoroughly security checked? What level of safeguarding training have they received? How much are certain tutoring companies benefitting from the tax payer’s money? These problems have been further exacerbated by the Government’s National Tutoring Programme.
Dear Parents and Friends,
The ten weeks of the Easter term have flown by, as our school continues to grow.
Sophia High currently has very much of an international feel to it. We have now welcomed students from the UK, UAE, Saudi Arabia, Turkey, Kazakhstan and Portugal. It is lovely to have these students join our British students, as we grow our global learning community; there is so much we can learn from each other’s cultures.
One of the biggest highlights this term was British Science Week, during which our students got to experiment with lava lamps, toothpaste, inflating balloons and much more! Below are some examples of our young scientists’ great work: Moving Liquid Art The Year 1 scientists experimented with moving liquid art. They added food colouring to a …