Tuition Partners:
Information for individual tutors

Find out more about how you can become a tutor as part of the National Tutoring Programme (NTP) and sign up with an accredited Tuition Partner.

Teaching experience

An excellent route into teaching and education, being a tutor gives first-hand experience in an education setting.

Support schools

Through the programme you will work closely with schools to support them and their pupils to help make a difference.

DfE approved

Being part of an approved Tuition Partner, qualifies you as providing high-quality tuition, recognised by the DfE.

How to become a tutor as part of the National Tutoring Programme

Opportunities to become a NTP tutor are available through accredited Tuition Partners. The NTP does not recruit tutors centrally, instead one (or more) of our Tuition Partners would recruit, train and deploy you as a tutor.

If you have previously registered an interest on our website, we may pass on your details to our Tuition Partners upon their request.

Approved Tuition Partners

Information for Tuition Partners

Information for
schools

Frequently asked questions

Thought about becoming an Academic Mentor?

Academic mentors are salaried members of staff and will work alongside teachers to provide a range of interventions, focusing on one-to-one and small group tuition.
Female Teacher Helping Pupil Using Computer In Classroom

Find out about the other routes of the National Tutoring Programme

School-Led Tutoring

School-Led tutoring uses existing staff, such as teachers and teaching assistants, or external tutoring resources, such as private tutors or returning teachers.