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Hi! Im currently finishing my GCSE's at a normal school. But because I have chronic fatigue syndrome (causes major fatigue, chronic pain, flu like symptoms, mind fogs etcetc) and that has caused me to only be able to do 2 hours of school a day, and doing that still makes me feel unwell. Because of this I am now looking into home schooling for my a levels, but I cant seem to find anything that isnt insanely expensive, I am also really into drama and theatre and more creative subjects but I havent found anywhere online that have non-practical subjects that link to drama. m aware this might not be a thing but i was hoping to have something like critical theatre or film or something? Basically my question is is there anybody in a similar situation doing a levels online and where can i find resources or online schools that do alevels that arent insanely expensive? Thanks !!
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Hi! Im currently finishing my GCSE's at a normal school. But because I have chronic fatigue syndrome (causes major fatigue, chronic pain, flu like symptoms, mind fogs etcetc) and that has caused me to only be able to do 2 hours of school a day, and doing that still makes me feel unwell. Because of this I am now looking into home schooling for my a levels, but I cant seem to find anything that isnt insanely expensive, I am also really into drama and theatre and more creative subjects but I havent found anywhere online that have non-practical subjects that link to drama. m aware this might not be a thing but i was hoping to have something like critical theatre or film or something? Basically my question is is there anybody in a similar situation doing a levels online and where can i find resources or online schools that do alevels that arent insanely expensive? Thanks !!
Talk to a careers adviser.
https://nationalcareersservice.direc...ontact-us/home


Yes they do film A levels, English or Media studies.


Home schooling then someone i.e a parent is actually meant to home school you.

http://www.pembrokeshire.ac.uk/cours...s-learnonline/

Imo you would be just as well getting the books and teaching yourself.
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Talk to a careers adviser.
https://nationalcareersservice.direc...ontact-us/home


Yes they do film A levels, English or Media studies.


Home schooling then someone i.e a parent is actually meant to home school you.

http://www.pembrokeshire.ac.uk/cours...s-learnonline/

Imo you would be just as well getting the books and teaching yourself.
Thank you so much!!
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