National Tutoring Programme supporting schools to re-open on 8th March
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National Tutoring Programme supporting schools to re-open on 8th March

National Tutoring Programme supporting schools to re-open on 8th March

Following the Government announcement on 22nd February that all schools are due to reopen on 8th March, the NTP has issued the following statement.

Following the Government announcement on 22nd February that all schools are due to reopen on 8th March, the NTP has issued the following statement:

The National Tutoring Programme has been supporting disadvantaged pupils across England since November 2020. Over 4,000 schools and 100,000 children are now enrolled with an approved NTP Tuition Partner and over 1,000 Academic Mentors are now working in schools.

Since January 2021, the NTP has been pleased to be able to support pupils learning remotely via online tuition, as well as continuing to offer face-to-face provision to vulnerable pupils in schools.

The NTP is looking forward to supporting more schools and pupils as they return to the classroom from 8th March. To find Tuition Partners working in your area, search here.

Robbie Coleman, Director of the NTP Secretariat said:

The National Tutoring Programme was created to support teachers and pupils during an incredibly challenging year. As schools welcome pupils back into the classroom, our approved Tuition Partners are available to provide some extra help.”

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