Online Sixth Form
Discover a new online path to academic success, delivered by Oxford’s oldest tutorial college.
Personalised online A levels & GCSEs
At Greene’s, our online A level and GCSE courses are as individual as you are. Our team of experts work with you to identify your academic objectives and design your educational journey, so you can focus on achieving your best. Our online tutorials are taught in the same proven method of learning that we have used in our college in Oxford for over 55 years.
Our online style of learning, based on the principles of the tutorial method, is defined by paired or small group tuition, taught in the Socratic method, with an emphasis on independent study. The skills that you develop will prepare you for the transition from A levels to university life.
Learning can take place in our campus in Oxford, UK, or online from anywhere in the world. You can also use our campuses in Estoril and Lisbon, Portugal as online study spaces.
Your online Personal Tutor
As a full-time online student at Greene’s, you have access to our full range of academic support offerings. Your Personal Tutor is your academic mentor at Greene’s College Oxford. During your weekly meetings, they will help you negotiate the freedoms and responsibilities that come with learning independently.
Greene’s Online: your personal study assistant
As a student (or guardian) at Greene’s you have 24/7 access to Greene’s Online, a student e learning resource, allowing you to see the status and progress of your online sixth form studies anywhere and at any time. This includes:
- Tutorial reports
- Examination entries and results
- Statistics (Attendance, Indicator of Independence level rating)
As an online student at Greene’s, you’ll join our buzzing social network of students. You’ll have the opportunity to join a variety of online clubs, including:
- Podcasting club
- Photography club
- Study club
You can even start your own! You’ll also be invited to weekly Student Social Committees, where you can meet other online or in person students, discuss student matters, or run for a variety of roles, including Class President, Class Vice-President, Social Officer, or Welfare Officer.