What is The National Curriculum?
How does the Simply Online programme support the National Curriculum?
The Simply Online programme is based on the requirements of the Foundation Stage and National Curriculum for maths and English.
The Simply Online programme provides short, clear lessons written and presented by highly qualified professionals.
The Simply Online programme is specifically designed to support and consolidate learning for children from Foundation stage to Key Stage 4.
Simply Online provides home-based tuition and support for children aged between 4 and 18 and can represent a far more cost effective alternative to private maths tutors for learning maths and English tutors for learning English or Centre based alternatives.
To find out more about the curriculum where you are, please select your location below.
The English National Curriculum
Simply Online explains what the National Curriculum is and how it works.
The Scottish Curriculum
Details About The Curriculum for Excellence in Scotland
Example 4 – Private tutors have always been a popular choice for parents. The cost for a private tutor varies quite considerably but, depending where you live, on average tutors can cost between £20-£30 per hour, per subject, per child. So with this example, a family with 2 school age children, requiring help with both maths & English subjects, would be spending a minimum of £320 per month or £73.84 per week. This amounts to £3,840 per year, every year, to provide a tutor for their children for 1 hour per week, per subject. Once again, This family could of course choose to only use a tutor for one of their children or only pay for only 1 subject, which would reduce the cost.
Example 3 – Centre based tuition. In this example, a family, with 2 school age children, could choose an alternative centre based tuition option where their children attend for between 60-90 mins per week, which currently costs approx. £45.00 per month, per child, per subject. This family would therefore be spending approx. £180 per month or £41.53 per week. This amounts to £2,160 per year, every year, to provide this form of tuition for their children. They could of course choose to only send one of their children to the centre or only pay for only 1 subject, which would reduce the cost.
Example 2 – Simply Online. The average size UK family, with two or more children, currently spends £2900.00 on their Simply Online programme, making it £60.42 a month or £13.94 per week. So when you consider that on this basis, the example 2 programme would belong to the family and can be used by multiple children at no extra cost and as often as they need to use it. This would provide the children with a solid foundation, in both maths and English subjects, that would support their learning right throughout their schooling. This represents exceptional value for money compared to all other tuition alternatives for the equivalent level of support.
Example 1 – Simply Online. Subject to their particular circumstances, a family ‘could’ purchase a basic Simply Online programme outright from as little as £1790.00. This would cover the equivalent of a key stage but would be dependant on a number of factors. To make the programme as affordable as possible to everyone, and because it is a long term learning course design to supplement and support school, it is possible to spread these payments over time, making it £8.36 per week.
Full Topic List for Grammar
Advanced Dictionary Use
Antonyms and Synonyms
Apostrophe – Possession
Basic Dictionary Use
Case – Nouns and Pronouns
Colons and Semi-Colons
Conjunctions – Sentences
English Grammar – Level 1
English Grammar – Level 2
English Grammar – Level 3
English Grammar – Level 4
English Grammar – Level 5
Essay Writing 1
Essay Writing 2
Homonyms – Homophones and Homographs
Mass and Count Nouns
Participles – as Verbs and Adjectives
Parts of Speech Part a
Parts of Speech Part b
Parts of Speech Part h
Plurals of Foreign Nouns
Punctuation Skills Part b
Regular and Irregular Verbs
Review of Figures of Speech
Sentence Structure Part a
Similes and Metaphors
Simple and Compound Verbs
Transitive and Intransitive Verbs
Variety of Expression
Verb tense – Compound
Verbs – Active and Passive voice
Verbs – Infinitives
Vowels and Consonants