Supporting disadvantaged pupils is at the heart of Fleet Tutors’s mission. Our number one aim is to close the attainment gap by helping students reach their potential regardless of background, current attainment or age.
Our experience in supporting children with a variety of needs, including those with SEND, SEMH and EHCP’s, and those outside of mainstream education, is extensive. Sessions are face-to-face, either in-person or online.
How many pupils and schools can we work with?
9,480 pupils in 120 schools.
NOTE: This provider offers tutoring online and in-person in certain areas. Enquire below to find out whether in-person tuition is available in your area.
Who are our tutors?
All tutors are hand selected, highly experienced subject specialists with the ability to build rapport, inspire and get results.
How do we recruit our tutors?
Our robust recruitment processes involves the following steps:
- Initial application form
- In-depth interview
- Enhanced DBS/DBS Update Service record
- Overseas criminal records check (where relevant)
- Barred List check
- Reference checks
- Identity check
- Right to work in the UK check
- Qualifications check
- Prohibition Orders check
- A medical declaration form is completed
How do we train our tutors?
Fleet Tutors offers a comprehensive and ongoing training support package to all new and existing tutors to ensure learning remains at the heart of what we do. This is fully managed by our dedicated Head of Quality Assurance, who oversees course completion and content implementation.
How will we communicate with you?
Our School Liaison Officer is available to help with your initial enquiry. A dedicated Tuition Coordinator will then work with you to understand overall objectives and student’s needs.
Assigned Tutors and school staff can liaise directly, and our bespoke student reporting system (STEPS) communicates pupil attendance, session feedback and more.
How will we keep track of pupil progress?
Outcome-focused, our bespoke student reporting system STEPs records the initial assessment grade into an Individual Learning Plan where individual targets are also set. This then tracks the points of progress made from tutoring sessions against initial assessment – this information is shared with schools at set touch points.