Tute

Tute

Tute’s live lessons, delivered by qualified teachers in our engaging online environment, fill gaps in the education of children and young people.

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Tute’s objective has always been to be the first-choice online teaching partner for LAs, schools, and non-mainstream settings in ensuring that all children are engaged and are achieving in a high-quality, rich and inclusive curriculum.

Since 2012, Tute has delivered 60,000 lessons to 9,000 students in over 400 schools. We are a passionate team of teachers and professionals who put the student at the centre of everything we do.

How many pupils and schools can we work with?

3,456 pupils in approximately 140 schools.

Who are our tutors?

Tute only employs qualified teachers (QTS). Classroom and subject experience is essential, online desirable. Full training is provided by Tute.

How do we recruit our tutors?

Our high expectations are communicated at job advert stage and our rigorous safer recruitment process begins with our application form (not CVs). Online interviews are followed by initial training and lesson delivery, and all pre-appointment checks (including DBS) as defined in Part 3: KCSIE 2020 are evidenced in our SCR.

How do we train our tutors?

Live and interactive training starts at recruitment, continues into induction, and remains ongoing throughout the Tute teaching career. With a firm focus on ensuring the greatest impact and best outcomes for students, cycles of training, lesson observation and appraisal cover: Tute’s pedagogy, platform, assessment, safeguarding and pupil needs and outcomes.

How will we communicate with you?

Progress tracking and attendance data can be accessed independently using One Drive and Power BI and students can be observed using our lesson playbacks. Half-termly meetings provide formal review points, but our dedicated admin and relationship managers are available day and evening by phone, email, chatbot and social media.

How will we keep track of pupil progress?

Tute booking forms capture your baseline student data then become a progress tracker: a live document informing all involved of student progress, engagement, and attendance. Progress is measured in lessons against agreed learning objectives and data is available for every child after every lesson.

More information about Tute can be found at: http://www.tute.com/national-tutoring-programme

Tute Summary
Online tuition:
1-3

Additional Options:

Special schoolAlternative provision

Types of school:

PrimarySecondary

Subjects covered:

English KS1English KS2English KS3English KS4Humanities KS3Humanities KS4Maths KS1Maths KS2Maths KS3Maths KS4Modern Foreign Languages KS3Modern Foreign Languages KS4Science KS1Science KS2Science KS3Science KS4

Pricing

1-3 online
Cost to school of 15-hour block with subsidy applied: £300.00 
Cost to school per pupil for 15-hour block with subsidy applied: £100.00 

All prices are shown excluding VAT

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