Wey to go! Education Group has Interests of Students at Heart

Wey Education solves the problems of the one-size-fits-all education system.

It challenges the outdated bricks-and-mortar buildings and mandatory PE lessons with the flexibility and autonomy of online learning. Times are changing, technology is changing; now is the time for the education sector to draw level.

Using state-of-the-art digital technology, Wey Education operates two established divisions. InterHigh, a non-selective fee-paying online primary and secondary school, provides students with the flexible balance between school and other commitments, enabling them to thrive by offering everything that a traditional school can — and then some. Wey also supports students with special learning needs through its alternative provision platform, Academy 21, a B2B division serving other educational providers, schools, local authorities and public bodies.

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For the outstanding work it does, Wey Education has won the award for the Best Online Educator — Global 2019 for Centre of Excellence Awards. It illustrates the strides the firm is making in the sector, and recognises the opportunities that their schools provide. Describing Wey as “a class act”, judges commend the business for establishing an independent academic advisory board to cut through the white noise of commercial concerns, enabling them to make recommendations based on the pursuit of education excellence.

Wey Education was also celebrated for putting children’s learning experiences at the heart of everything it does.

Wey Education CEO and co-founder, Jacqueline Daniell, was driven to start the business when she noticed how some young people were experiencing difficulties. She noticed that the traditional education system no longer supported all young people, especially those who are struggling to find alternative learning styles.

Through this understanding and gap in the market, Wey Education was formed to help learners reach their full potential. From that moment, the business has progressed into a successful online education platform.

Despite challenges of first bringing the idea to the market, with far less technology and a majority of people still using dial-up internet, Wey Education has developed one of the UK’s leading online schools, InterHigh.

It has done so by staying true to its core values of providing all students with the best possible education prospects, regardless of where they are in the World or what else they have going on.

Wey Education presents a viable and proven alternative to traditional education. The inroads into online learning being made are profound and unmissable by those in the education sector — and this is just the beginning.


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