The various lockdown and school closures have made it difficult for students to learn and many are falling behind as a result. You can help be part of the solution by giving up some time regularly to give online lessons via our platform to students worldwide in the subject you are qualified in.
You will have the ability to deliver lessons and engage in education delivery projects across deprived areas internationally. We work with refugee camps, remote areas and orphanages.
You will be able to receive lesson bonuses based on performance for the group lessons. These vary between £5-£20/lesson.
Your group lesson performance is highlighted and shown to parents who wish to book you for private 1:1 lessons. You can choose the hourly rate. You will be charged a commission for each lesson you are booked for. Discounts and commission perks are available for awesome teachers!
As you contribute to The Online School will live lessons your score will change based on metrics such as your reliability and interactiveness. You will also be able to highlight snippets of the lessons you are most proud of. This Video CV can then be shared with potential parents for wish to hire you for private 1:1 tuition or even for your next job!
Art & ESOL Teacher
English & Maths Teacher
Talha left formal education at the age of 12 due to bullying he faced due to his hearing impairment. He then moved to Dubai, UAE where education is very expensive.
Talha’s mother was able to reach out to The Online School and was able to get private lessons from a dedicated speech and language therapist.
We have formulated some amazing partnerships to ensure The Online School can thrive.
We have an official partnership with Sheffield Hallam University who have agreed to provide us with teaching staff.
@teachersforteachers is a popular instagram account (with over 100k followers) that provides engaging content for teachers globally. We’re able to reach out to this engaged audience to supercharge our teaching supply.
We have ambassadors for The Online School in 18 countries. They are able to help us better understand the cultural landscape in their respective countries but are also instrumental in helping us to reach out to vulnerable communities within their localities.
The Online School has teamed up with Team Humanity who primarily help save refugees in Greece. We are working with them to create an “always-on” Online Schooling Hub within Camp Moria (which is home to more than 5,000 children).