Online company hopes to exploit the Chinese demand for a British education, writes Gabriella Swerling
Wealthy Chinese parents may be scrambling to pack off their children in search of a blue riband British education, but one company is heading in the opposite direction, albeit in cyberspace.
The owner of InterHigh, the UK’s first online secondary school, believes that it is set to enjoy an international boom, with a deal to export the concept to Asia within months.
Founded in 2005 by Paul and Jacqueline Daniell in Crickhowell, Powys, InterHigh began as a niche outlet for bullied children, those gripped by anxiety or pursuing sporting and theatrical ambitions and others whose parents were often travelling.
Source : Thetimes
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