Our lessons are interactive, engaging, and easy to understand, making it easier for you to support your child's learning at home. They will receive quality education that is aligned with the British curriculum. Here's a few short example clips of what to expect.
An addition example
Learn the crucial initial sounds
Follow the curriculum
Our videos follow along with the Early Years Foundation Stage framework in real-time so you can progress your child's development at home.
Learn from a British teacher
Drawing upon years of teaching experience in both British and UAE schools, we offer online lesson and tutoring services to reinforce the learning that takes place in the classroom.
Reach their full potential
Get a free consultation to help you identify the key areas where your child can develop and gain access to our personalised videos lessons.
- to plant seed for growth
- to set something in motion
Sowing the seeds
Every child's learning journey begins at home. Forget combing through online videos trying to piece together what they're learning. Our lessons follow their school curriculum so you can ensure they get off to the best start in life.
How does it work?
Online video lessons
From phonics to numeracy, we deliver the full curriculum through beautifully‑produced videos exclusively accessible via our website.
At your own pace
Don't worry if your child misses a lesson or doesn't understand a topic straight away, you'll get full access to all lessons that are being taught.
Practice makes progress
The importance of repititon can't be stressed enough. Research has shown that children learn better from reading a book over and over again than just reading it once or twice.
Extension of the classroom
Sow provides you with the step-by-step skills, techniques and most importantly the explanations for why they're used in the classroom.
Frequently asked questions
Can’t find the answer you’re looking for? Reach out to us.
- Is it the same lessons as they're taught in school?
- Yes, these lessons are the same as they're taught in school and closely follow the EYFS curriculum for FS1 and FS2.
- Why do I need to sign up if it's the same lessons they're taught in school?
- Repetition is so important in a child's development, and studies have shown that for learning in general (Karpicke & Roediger, 2008) and language learning (Schwab & Lew-Williams, 2016).
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