The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) will provide additional support to schools to help pupils whose education has been impacted by school disruption due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
There is a substantial attainment gap between pupils from disadvantaged backgrounds and their classmates – and this is likely to have grown significantly since school disruption caused by the pandemic There is extensive evidence showing the impact of tutoring to support pupils who have fallen behind.
Tutoring is defined as a teacher, teaching assistant or other qualified adult providing intensive and individualised academic support to pupils in either one to one or small group arrangements.
We know tutoring can have a positive impact on pupils’ academic progress. Evidence suggests that pupils who receive one-to-one or small group tuition can make between 3 to 5 months additional progress. This is likely linked to pupils receiving more feedback, being more engaged and completing work tailored to their specific needs.
However, access to tutoring is often limited to the schools and parents that can most afford it. Almost all the pupils that need intensive support the most are not able to access it. The NTP will help schools address this disparity.
By harnessing and growing high-quality tutoring within the system, the NTP aims to ease the burden on schools and support them to help those pupils who have missed out the most.
The evidence confirms the role of quality classroom teaching, which has the greatest positive impact for disadvantaged pupils. With schools facing unprecedented challenges, NTP is designed to be a powerful tool for teachers and school leaders.
NTP is accessed through a single gateway into the service – nationaltutoring.org.uk. Schools are invited to register and follow the simple online process. Once you have registered you will receive a call from an Engagement Manager who will be available to help. Schools who have registered will additionally have access to a detailed User Handbook and a series of video tutorials are available on our YouTube channel.
As part of the NTP, three different funded routes have been developed for schools to access tutoring. These routes have been developed to maximise take up, ease of access and overall quality of delivery. Schools are expected to access a mix of these routes to best meet the diverse needs of their pupils.
The three different routes available include:
Route one: Tuition Partners
Overview: Schools can access high-quality tutoring from an approved list of tutoring providers known as Tuition Partners, who have passed a set of quality, safeguarding and evaluation standards. Tuition Partners offer a range of subjects and provide targeted support for pupils in small group or one-to-one sessions. This option offers high quality tuition from private tutoring organisations, which can provide additional tutoring capacity to schools, especially where this is scarce.
Eligibility: All state-funded schools in England are eligible to apply.
Funding: 70% of the cost will be subsidised in 2021/22 Schools will need to fund the remaining 30% through other budgets, for example Recovery Premium or Pupil Premium.
Route two: Academic Mentors
Overview: Academic Mentors are salaried members of staff and will work alongside teachers to provide a range of interventions, focusing on small group and one-to-one sessions. They will provide support tailored to schools, including subject-specific work, revision lessons and additional support. Academic Mentors are graduates or teachers who undergo intensive training before being placed in a school.
Eligibility: Schools based in one of the qualifying Local Authorities can apply to be matched with an Academic Mentor. However, if your school is not based in a qualifying area but has a higher than average percentage of FSM and PP we may be able to support you, please contact us via email at firstname.lastname@example.org
Funding: 95% of the Academic Mentor’s salary will be subsidised in AY 2021/22. Schools will need to fund the remaining 5% through other budgets, for example Recovery Premium or Pupil Premium.
Route three: School-Led Tutoring
Overview: Under School-Led Tutoring, all eligible schools are given a ring-fenced grant to fund locally sourced tutoring provision for disadvantaged pupils. This could include using existing staff such as teachers and teaching assistants or external tutoring resources such as private tutors or returning teachers. The grant gives schools the flexibility to decide how tutoring can work best in their contexts to support disadvantaged pupils.
Eligibility: All state-funded schools in England with pupils eligible for pupil premium will be offered a ring-fenced grant.
Funding: 75% of the cost will be subsidised in 2021/22. Schools will need to fund the remaining 25% through other budgets, for example Recovery Premium or Pupil Premium.
Tutoring Partners and Academic Mentors are subsidised by the government. In AY 2021/22, should you choose to utilise support via Tutoring Partners, 70% of the cost will be subsidised. Alternatively, if you choose to employ an Academic Mentor, 95% of the core salary cost will be subsidised. For School Led Tutoring 75% of the cost will be subsidised. Remaining costs can be subsidised using other budgets, for example Recovery Premium or Pupil Premium.
For Tutoring Partners, this funding will be paid directly to the Tutoring Partner on your behalf and the Tutoring Partner will then invoice the school for any unsubsidised element. For Academic Mentors, your subsidy payment will be paid by the NTP. For School Led Tutoring, your grant payment will be made directly by DfE, a guidance document will be released shortly.
Yes, we expect schools to use more than one route. Using more than one route is recommended as this maximises the benefits available under NTP and enables you to build tailored packages of support for your pupils. You are potentially able to use the same Tutoring Partner under the Tutoring Partner route and the School-led Tutoring route if they meet criteria.
Requesting a Tutor/Academic Mentor through NTP is accessed through a single gateway into the service – nationaltutoring.org.uk. Schools are invited to register and follow the simple online process. Once you have registered you will receive a call from an Engagement Manager who will be available to help. Schools who have registered will additionally have access to a detailed User Handbook and a series of video tutorials are available on our YouTube channel.
Subjects available include:
Modern foreign languages
Schools can buy subsidised 15-hour blocks of tuition through Tuition Partners or by using the School-Led Tuition route. Evidence indicates that tuition is most effective when focusing on one subject for a block of session however schools can buy multiple packages of support for the same pupil using the different routes. Schools should decide which subject a pupil would most benefit from, in some cases, schools and Tuition Partners may agree to split the block between two subjects for younger pupils, or for pupils with more specific needs.
Where schools have engaged an Academic Mentor, they will be trained in one subject specialism to provide targets support to pupils, and schools should request a mentor for a subject where their pupils need the greatest support.
School-led Tutoring has been set up to better enable school staff to deliver tutoring. A grant payment will be made available to schools to fund self-sourced tuition, based on their number of pupil premium students. This payment is ring-fenced to fund tutoring provision that can be locally sourced by schools. This could include using your teaching assistants, existing teaching staff or even a local tutoring resource that is familiar with your school and already understands your pupils’ needs.
This funding is expected to cover around 75% of the costs of local tutoring provision in AY 2021/22 with the schools contributing the remaining costs. The offering will be launched later in the Autumn term, a guidance document will be released shortly.
Schools are also able to recommend a candidate for an Academic Mentor, headteachers can put forward an eligible candidate to complete the Academic Mentor training, access the salary subsidy (details in the question above) and support pupils in school. If you would like to nominate a candidate to be an Academic Mentor click here.
Yes, support is available across all three routes, Tuition Partners, Academic Mentors and School-Led Tuition. Schools are best placed to decide which pupils need provision the most but we would encourage schools to focus on pupil premium pupils in light of the evidence of the impact of lost learning for disadvantaged pupils. There is an expectation that for Academic Mentors and Tuition Partners, 65% of provision delivered in schools will be to pupil premium pupils, this will be monitored across the programme.
There is currently no limit on the amount of pupils that schools can sign up to the programme. If demand is very high, caps may be introduced to ensure disadvantaged pupils in as many schools as possible receive support.
The NTP Academic Mentors and Tuition Partners pillars are designed to reach disadvantaged pupils in England in years 1 to 11. State-maintained primary and secondary schools in England will be able to access tutoring as best fits the needs of their pupils.
We expect the majority of tutoring to take place in groups of 1:2 and 1:3. However, One-to-one tuition can be purchased to support pupils with additional needs, including pupils with SEND or other additional needs (in any state-maintained school) and those in Alternative Provision. Each Tuition Partner offers different models of tuition such as 1:1 or in groups of three pupils.
In order to guarantee the high quality of tutoring we are ensuring that:
All Tutoring Partners have gone through a robust evaluation process
All Academic Mentors hold QTS status and/or a 2:2 degree and complete training from Liverpool Hope University
The NTP includes a team dedicated to quality assurance and auditing the tutoring that has been delivered. We also have a defined process to receive feedback and address issues.
The NTP can only be accessed by schools for their pupils. The evidence shows this is the best way to make sure tutoring is effective and linked to what pupils are learning in school.
Yes, our recommendation is that where a pupil is on roll with a school the Virtual School will work with the school stakeholders to agree how best to put tuition in place for a pupil. This will mean considering what are the desired outcomes of the program of tuition, where, when and how tuition will take place, who raises the request for support and who communicates with the relevant Tutoring Partner.
Where a pupil is not on roll with a school, Virtual Schools can raise requests for tuition with Tutoring Partners through the Tuition Hub in the same manner as a school.
No, private schools are however welcome to contact the Tutoring Partners directly to arrange tutoring on a private basis.
Tutoring can be accessed by all state-funded schools including special schools (maintained and non-maintained) and Alternative Provision settings. In addition to this, pupils attending independent special schools on state-funded placements can also access NTP tutoring. This might include pupils with Education, Health and Care Plans whose independent special school placement is funded by the Local Authority. Many Tuition Partners are able to deliver tuition in specialist settings as well as supporting pupils with additional needs including SEND in mainstream settings.
Schools can explore which Tuition Partners can support them by searching here. If searching for Tuition Partners to support pupils in independent special schools, please search by school location to explore providers that can support your pupils on state-funded placements.
We have introduced the following to improve the programme from year 1:
Development of School Led Tutoring in response to feedback from schools, whereby a grant payment will be available to schools to fund self-sourced tuition, based on their number of pupil premium students.
Further joining up the programme, managing it under a single model to enhance clarity on the provision and benefits of each model.
Provide a dedicated technology platform to underpin the entire service and give full visibility and control to schools.
Improved engagement of Tutoring Partners under the Open Access scheme to better control quality and engagement of leading providers.
Enhanced capacity and scale amongst Tuition Partners.
Tutors and Academic Mentors will record tuition hours delivered through the Tuition Hub (online platform) through a quick and simple timesheet after every tuition session.
Schools will be expected to advise Tutoring Partners which pupils need tuition and authorise timesheets through the Tuition Hub once tuition has been delivered.
Schools can decide when tutoring will take place. However, we recommend that tutoring takes place during the school day as we know that this tends to have a more positive impact than tutoring delivered after school hours. Tutoring taking place within school hours is less likely to present difficulties in attendance and engagement, especially for disadvantaged pupils, as well as staffing capacity (if using internal tutoring resource).
We expect schools to organise tuition at an appropriate time for pupils to encourage high attendance. This will involve careful consideration of timetabling to ensure that pupils do not miss out on core curriculum due to tutoring and that pupils with SEND or other additional needs do not miss out on specialist support. Schools can be flexible in their approach to timetabling to avoid this, for example by rotating tutoring session times or holding sessions during form time or breakfast clubs.
We know that tutoring delivered during the school day tends to have a more positive impact than tutoring delivered after school hours. Tutoring taking place within school hours is less likely to present difficulties in attendance and engagement, especially for disadvantaged pupils, as well as staffing capacity (if using internal tutoring resource).
Where a school wants to schedule tutoring during a holiday period or at the weekend we encourage schools to discuss this with their selected Tutoring Partner and pupils parents and/or carers, considering the following:
Availability of the pupil
If a pupil will engage if a session is planned outside of normal school hours
If a parent, carer or responsible adult is available to ensure the pupil attends the session
If the tuition session is to take place on school premises, what school staff are available to supervise the session
If the tuition session is to take place online, where the pupil is accessing tuition online from home, does the pupil have an appropriate device and connectivity to access tuition from home and if a parent, carer or responsible adult is available to supervise the session
For Tutoring Partners, it is the school’s decision whether tuition is provided online or face to face. Different Tutoring Partners offer different options and many offer both.
For Academic Mentors, as they are employed directly by the school, it is the general expectation that tutoring will be provided face to face, this however is the choice of the school and tuition can be provided online, if required.
Many providers are now set up to offer digital tutoring, however should schools be impacted by further disruptions we will work with school stakeholders to understand requirements and create plans to best support pupils.
There is an easily accessed contact form on the NTP website that will be cascaded to the appropriate member of our team based on the topic of your inquiry. This can be accessed here. All inquiries will be addressed by a member of our team as quickly as possible and followed up via the contact information provided.
Each eligible school can request up to two Academic Mentors if your school has over 500 pupils on roll. Even if your school has two phases (e.g. primary and secondary), the maximum number of mentors your school can request is two. If you have less than 500 pupils on roll your maximum is one.
In order to qualify for the programme this year you will need to be based in one of the qualifying Local Authorities listed here. These areas have been identified as those that have the lowest proportion of pupils attending Good / Outstanding schools. If your school has a higher than average percentage of students eligible for free school meals (FSM) and Pupil Premium (PP), we may be able to support you, please contact us via email at email@example.com.
If you had an Academic Mentor in the academic year of 2020/2021 you will automatically qualify either to retain your current Academic Mentor or commence a contract with a new Academic Mentor for the 2021/2022. Academic Mentors can be placed in Primary or Secondary schools.
We are working hard to match as many Academic Mentors to schools as possible; however, there is a very high demand so there is no guarantee all eligible schools will receive a mentor. With this in mind we would encourage you to contact us as soon as possible via email here to place your vacancy.
Your school will be expected to cover on-costs such as pension contributions, tax and National Insurance, as well as any additional staff benefits you offer. The on-costs will vary depending on your school’s context, but typically, they would be around 15-20% of salary.
Yes, Academic Mentors are eligible for all the same conditions as a normal school employee. Unfortunately, it isn’t possible to provide cover with another Academic Mentor.
You are able to nominate an Academic Mentor for your own school providing they meet the qualifying criteria, of having an undergraduate degree of 2:2 or above, or hold QTS (or equivalent). Please contact us here to share details of any candidates you would like to nominate.
Academic Mentor placement:
We are welcoming applications from candidates throughout the year. Once a candidate has been deemed suitable for the programme and passed our application process we will match your requirements against their skills and assign you the most suitable Academic Mentor.
Who employs the Academic Mentor?
All contracts with the Academic Mentor will be between your school and the Academic Mentor. There will be a contract in place between us and the school which will explain how you will receive the subsidy and contains details of expectations of the school and Academic Mentor once placed in school.
If this is the case, please contact the team and we will support removing any barriers that may be preventing progress. We can not guarantee a replacement, but will provide you with any options and support that we can.
The Academic Mentors are likely to be mostly graduates with some experience in education or working with pupils. They will not all be qualified teachers but may be working towards an initial teacher training qualification or considering a career in education. They will receive a package of training delivered by Liverpool Hope University, and will be managed by their school.
Yes. The aim is that schools will treat Academic Mentors as part of their staff team, supporting and managing them to deliver tuition support that is appropriate, timely, and linked to their curriculum.
Academic Mentors will be employed by individual schools. Any existing school staff are welcome to apply using this link.
As Mentors are employed by the school, they will be expected to work in line with your contract expectations for the rest of your staff.
As the Academic Mentor will be employed by the school, performance management will be the responsibility of school and Mentors will be managed in line with school policies and expectations.
Academic Mentors will have access to an aftercare program and additional CPD across the academic year, however if a candidate requires additional support or you have concerns please contact your Recruitment Partner here for guidance on how we can help. Funding subsidy payments will be payable subject to the Academic Mentor completing some basic recording data which will need completing following the delivery of sessions, so we would advise this is considered as a performance indicator.
No. Academic Mentors are not expected to deliver whole-class teaching. They will mostly be providing one-to-one or small group support to benefit individual pupils.
Academic Mentors will provide small group and one-to-one support to pupils within their allocated school. This may include support for those who are self-isolating and working from home. The NTP has committed to providing 65% of support to students eligible for Pupil Premium.
Academic Mentors will specialise in one of seven subject areas:
Humanities (geography, history, religious studies)
Modern Foreign Languages
Academic Mentors will be trained in one subject specialism to allow high-quality training, and schools should request an Academic Mentor for a subject where their pupils need the greatest support. Additional subject tutoring may be negotiated between the school and the Academic Mentor, however, we recommend that the Mentor tutors the subject they are trained in only.
Please raise any concerns to your allocated Recruitment Partner as soon as possible, they will explore options with you.
We have commissioned Liverpool Hope University to create a bespoke course for the NTP. You can find more details of the content in the Academic Mentor training programme flyer. Those Mentors holding Qualified Teacher Status (QTS) will complete this course over 1 week. Non QTS Mentors will complete this course over 2 weeks.
We will be welcoming cohorts in regular intervals during the course of the year. As the content of the training will be subject specific, we will arrange a time that is most convenient to you and the school to begin your training. The first day of training will mark the start of a contract between the school and the Mentor. Mentors will need to complete the training before starting in the school.
Academic Mentors can start in schools from September 2021.
Yes, the first day of training will be the first day of an Academic Mentors contract with a school.
Yes, the NTP training course is certified. All participants will receive a certificate upon completion of the course.
All state maintained schools in England are eligible to access tuition through the NTP. This includes, primary and secondary schools, special schools and alternatives provisions. Schools are best positioned to decide which pupils require tuition, the ambition for the NTP is that 65% of pupils that receive tutoring from a Tutoring Partner under the NTP are eligible for pupil premium.
Accredited Tuition Providers for academic year 21/22 will be available to review shortly.
Organisations were selected to become NTP Tutoring Partners through an Open Access process, this included providing evidence on how their delivery matched an accreditation criteria, as well as other criteria around quality and scalability. In order to have been eligible for NTP Tutoring Partner funding, organisations needed to meet the eligibility criteria outlined below:
Proposals needed to be for tuition for 5 – 16-year olds in years 1 – 11. Post-16 tuition is not eligible for NTP funding.
All Tutors have to be DBS checked, or in the case of international tutors best available equivalents, and receive safeguarding training. This eligibility criteria was designed to set a minimum standard for completing a full application. However, safeguarding was fully assessed as part of the application with detailed due diligence checks carried out for potential Tutoring Partners ahead of agreements being entered into, and ongoing monitoring throughout the lifetime of the grant. The assessment carried out as part of the application focused on five broad areas: Safeguarding Policy and Procedures, Safeguarding Training and Development, Organisational Structure and Governance, Safe Recruitment Policies and Procedures, and Specific Practices for Online Tuition.
All Tutors will receive training on how to deliver tutoring. Organisations using untrained tutors were unable to apply for NTP funding. This is because the evidence indicates that tuition is most effective when Tutors are provided with training. Peer-to-peer tutoring (school-age pupils tutoring other school-age pupils) is not eligible for funding through NTP Tutoring Partners.
The organisation needed experience of working with schools. NTP tuition will be delivered through schools, and organisations that have not previously worked with schools are not eligible to receive NTP Tutoring Partner funding.
The proposal had to commit to reaching at least 500 pupils over the year of delivery.
The organisation needed to be willing to participate in the NTP Tutoring Partners evaluation and work with the independent evaluator and Randstad to provide high-quality and timely data.
Organisations were then assessed on the extent to which they met the following Tutoring Partner Quality Criteria:
Experience of working with schools
Tutor recruitment and qualifications
The systems and processes for school and pupil communication
Experience of working with disadvantaged pupils
Quality assurance and tracking progress
Evidence of impact
We also judged proposals on reach and value for money. The NTP aims to reach a large number of pupils in all regions of England, so we took into consideration: the areas organisations were proposing to work in, and the number of pupils they were able to reach, whilst maintaining quality.
We considered the overall value for money of the proposal, including the cost per 15-hour block of tutoring, cost per pupil and proposed set up costs.
Following the initial assessment process, we selected organisations as preferred providers. We then undertook a detailed assessment of their safeguarding practices, their financial management and controls, data protection practices and conducted other checks prior to confirming an organisation as an approved Tutoring Partner.
All tutoring organisations who participated in year 1 of the National Tutoring Programme were invited to apply to participate in year 2 (AY 2021/22). Accredited Tuition Partners for academic year 21/22 will be made available shortly.
Schools can purchase 15-hour blocks of subsidised tutoring from a Tutoring Partner. So that we can reach as many pupils as possible, we would encourage schools not to buy subsidised blocks of tuition for the same pupils from other providers. If schools wish to purchase more non-subsidised tuition per pupil, such as for other subjects, they may wish to discuss this with the Tutoring Partner to see if they have capacity to deliver this outside of the NTP funding or consider engaging a Tutoring Partner through School-Led Tuition.
Evidence indicates that tuition is most effective when focusing on one subject per block of sessions. In some cases, schools and Tutoring Partners may agree to split a 15 hour block of sessions between two subjects for younger pupils, or for pupils with more specific needs.
A school can use as many Tutoring Partners as required to support the needs of their pupils.
Schools are best placed to decide the maximum number of pupils that need tuition, we would encourage schools to think about which pupils are most likely to benefit and how they will coordinate tutoring with Tuition Partners, for example recognising the need for teachers to work closely with tutors and the need to timetable tutoring sessions for all pupils.
All Tutoring Partners will have completed onboarding activities as part of their accreditation to the program. This includes guidance on how to use the Tuition Hub platform and expectations of tuition delivery. Each Tutoring Partner has a responsibility to ensure their Tutors have the appropriate qualifications, experience and training to deliver high quality tuition. All Tutoring Partners must ensure that Tutors have had training in safeguarding in line with Keeping Children Safe in Education guidelines.
Tutoring Partners performance will be managed by a regular review and audit process which includes reviewing number of pupils and schools supported, number of missed sessions, quality of sessions delivered, feedback from schools, safeguarding, compliance and Tutor training.
We recommend you follow the same school visitor policy you normally use when allowing visitors on site. This may include:
Tutors must report to reception to notify staff of their arrival
Tutors must hold and present identification and a copy of their criminal record check.
Information about criminal record check should be provided by Tutoring Partners in advance of the arrival of a tutor to a school
Sharing school safeguarding and health and safety policies and/or code of conduct with Tutors
Sharing school Covid guidelines
Tutoring is most effective when it is closely aligned with the curriculum and guided by the classroom Teacher. Each Tutoring Partner will ask schools for information about the needs of individual pupils, as well as any important information about the school, for example related to its Covid policies.
For the majority, yes, however we expect to engage a range of Tutoring Partners to deliver tuition, some of whom pay their tutors and others who have a volunteering model. Where Tutoring Partners pay their Tutors, Tutors will be paid in line with their experience and qualifications, we expect that all Tutoring Partners offer fair terms and conditions to Tutors.
Tuition can start with the commencement of AY 2021/22.
We would expect that the Tutoring Partner and school to have worked closely together to try and resolve any concerns that the school is having. The NTP team would be keen to support the school and Tutoring Partner in question to resolve any difficulties. Please contact the NTP team at firstname.lastname@example.org. In the very rare case that the school is still wanting to move to a new provider, we can support you to arrange for remaining sessions to be taken up with a new Tutoring Partner.
Tutoring can be accessed by all state-funded schools including special schools (maintained and non-maintained) and Alternative Provision settings. In addition to this, pupils attending independent special schools on state-funded placements can also access NTP tutoring. This might include pupils with Education, Health and Care Plans whose independent special school placement is funded by the Local Authority. Many Tutoring Partners are able to deliver tuition in specialist settings as well as supporting pupils with additional needs including SEND in mainstream settings.
As a default, tutoring offered through the NTP, including online tutoring, is focused on delivery in a school setting. We recommend that tutoring take place in a school setting during normal school hours and only in exceptional circumstances at a pupil’s home. Any face-to-face tutoring must also be authorised by the supplier.
We recommend schools work closely with their chosen Tutoring Partner to schedule sessions that best suit the availability of pupils. We expect schools to ensure that pupil/s will be available for the entire duration of the block of tuition purchased. Where sessions are scheduled on a 1:1, 1:2 or 1:3 ratio and a pupil is absent from a session with less than 24hrs notice given to the Tutoring Partner to cancel or reschedule the session, the session will continue (in the case of 1:2 and 1:3 ratio), be counted towards the 15 hour block and school invoiced.
In exceptional circumstances, where a 1:2 or 1:3 block of tuition has been booked and one pupil is no longer available to continue, schools have the option to cancel the original block of tuition and restart the block of tuition in a lower ratio, any hours delivered under the original block of hours will be counted towards the 15 hours total. Please note that Tuition Partners will need to approve the cancellation of a block of tuition (and accept a new block with a revised start date) so it is important that you schools liaise directly so that they are aware of the desired changes.
Pupil A, B and C are placed in a 1:3 15 hour block of tuition
3 sessions are delivered with all pupils in attendance however pupil A is no longer available to continue after 3 sessions. The school has the option to cancel the block and re-book the block of tuition as a 1:2 with pupil B and C allocated.
There is an easily accessed contact form on the NTP website which will provide contact details to reach out to the correct person / to leave a message. Please contact us.
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