New technologies impact all aspects of our lives and are also increasingly present in education. According to UNESCO, information and communication technologies have the power to complement, enrich and positively transform education*. Even if going to school and face-to-face teaching are still the preferred way to learn, Collège du Léman, along with the expertise and knowledge of the group Nord Anglia Education, which the school is part of, develops new tools to make the most of what technology has to offer. 2020 was a peculiar year, and when the school had to close, following the Swiss authorities’ decision, teachers and students had to adapt to this challenging situation. They found new ways to attend and learn but this time, virtually. Collège du Léman quickly replaced the face-to-face classes with the Virtual School Experience. This programme is an approach that embraces technology to support both group and individual students’ coaching. It has two aspects, a “connected time” thanks to which students and teachers can talk and keep in touch, and “a guided time” during which students are independent and can learn through personalised tasks set by their teachers. During this “guided time”, teachers can still give immediate feedback. These two types of sessions allow students to find the right balance between online and offline learning, allowing them to make the most of personalised studying from home, regardless of their age.