New online high school offers to help pupils amid COVID-19 academic break
Globally-recognised online high school Valenture Institute has been launched in South Africa. It has opened up a new intake.
The intake will allow pupils to join for a period of three months at a discounted fee.
The school offers a British curriculum.
Valenture Institute chief marketing officer Bradley Elliott says the term will cost roughly between R4,000 to R5,000 per month.
Where our difference comes in is that we actually have got teachers who are very well-versed and practised in online teaching methods, they actually take live classes everyday. Your child will get a mentor to support them through this transition.Bradley Elliott, Chief marketing officer - Valenture Institute
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