Learning Support

Supporting students with Special Educational Needs and Disabilities (SEND) at Wolsey Hall Oxford

At Wolsey Hall Oxford, we believe every student deserves the opportunity to reach their full potential, including those with additional needs. Our unique approach to homeschooling provides an ideal environment for students to work at their own pace, choose study methods that suit their individual needs, and tailor their learning spaces to best fit their personal preferences. With no online lessons to attend, families have complete control over their home-based education, with peace of mind that the right curriculum content is being covered. 

Flexible Learning Tailored to Individual Needs 

Our structured curriculum modules/lessons allow students to progress through their studies at home in a way that accommodates their specific needs. This flexibility enables students with additional learning requirements to decide when, how, and where they learn, making it easier to adapt to their unique circumstances and optimise their educational experience. Families can adapt the day-to-day learning to suit the student and there is flexibility to adjust content at home as needed.  

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Homeschooling Open Event – All Levels

Join us on Wednesday 24th July 2024 at 10am (UK time) to find out how homeschooling works with Wolsey Hall Oxford.

Our live presentation covers how our courses work for students aged 4-18 and the extensive learning support we offer to students. There is also a question and answer session for parents at the end.

Expert Support from Experienced Tutors

All Wolsey Hall Tutors are qualified UK teachers with extensive experience in supporting students with additional needs, as do our Student Progress Managers. Tutors provide sensitive and constructive feedback on assignments, ensuring that each student’s learning journey is acknowledged and encouraged. Tutors are readily available for questions and guidance through our Learning Platform, offering personalised support tailored to each student’s requirements.

By choosing Wolsey Hall Oxford, families can create a supportive and adaptable learning environment that empowers students with SEND to thrive academically and personally. If you are considering Wolsey Hall Oxford for your child’s learning journey, please submit an enquiry form. Our Admissions team will be delighted to discuss how Wolsey Hall can support your individual circumstances. Additionally, a specialist Learning Support Advisor is available at the enquiry stage to provide further assistance if needed. 

Additional Learning Support Services at Wolsey Hall Oxford

For Wolsey Hall students and families, we offer a range of additional Learning Support services designed to enhance the educational experience and cater to individual needs. Our paid-for Learning Support services include: 

  • Advice and Guidance for Parents: Tailored support for parents of children with additional needs, helping to navigate their educational journey. 
  • Access Arrangement Advice: Expert advice for parents seeking special arrangements for their child during I/GCSE, AS, and A-Level examination phases. 
  • 1:1 Student Sessions with a Learning Support Specialist: Personalised sessions focused on addressing the specific additional needs of each student. 
  • Well-being and Positive Mental Health Support: One-on-one sessions dedicated to promoting student well-being and mental health. 

Enrolled students can speak to their Student Progress Manager for further information. 

I must say enrolling Nicole at Wolsey Hall has been one of the best decisions we ever made. At school, Nicole’s progress remained extremely limited due to lack of support with her learning difficulties. Since being at Wolsey, Nicole’s English has come on leaps and bounds, from her spelling, to grammar, to organisation and formats of essays. The amount of time and support Nicole’s tutors, Pat and Michelle have invested in Nicole has been fantastic. Nicole’s academic knowledge and confidence has soared since being at Wolsey and I am extremely grateful to you all. (Nicole has segmatic pragmatic disorder high functioning autism, as well as suspected dyslexia).
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Michelle Rudge – IGCSE Parent


Great success with Year 4 Wolsey Hall courses, therefore continuing onto Year 5. Now, concluding our second year of Homeschooling, I can only say how glad we are that we chose Wolsey from the start. Everything about the Wolsey Hall Oxford programme; from the easy to follow daily lessons, the extra online resources provided, to our fantastic Progress Manager and wonderful Tutors who are just an email away if we need help, have all made our homeschooling adventure the best decision we ever made for our family.
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Amanda Scott – Homeschooling Parent