The life changing University of Sunderland has 20,000 students based in campuses in the North East, London and Hong Kong and at its global partnerships with learning institutions in 15 countries.
We are proud of our long-established commitment to widening participation, our world-leading research, public and private sector collaborations and our track-record for providing quality student experiences that result in graduates who are the tomorrow-makers of our societies and economies.
How many pupils and schools can we work with?
2,500 pupils in 100 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 graduates. They all hold up to date DBS certificates and have undergone robust, certified Safeguarding training.
How do we recruit our tutors?
Tutors apply to our robust training programme and undergo a rigorous recruitment process which includes shortlisting to be invited for interview and an individual interview from an experienced recruitment panel. All tutors must successfully complete the full training programme to be eligible to become a tutor and work in schools.
How do we train our tutors?
Training is via online interactive ‘live’ taught sessions with additional independent study and review of learning as well as ongoing access to all training and support materials discussion groups for peer to peer and trainer support. In addition, all tutors are allocated a personal tutor to support and advise them.
How will we communicate with you?
Our NTP lead will communicate weekly to schools via email/Microsoft Teams and conduct visits/online meetings for teachers and tutors where additional support and advice is needed. Partner schools will attend online information events detailing the training tutors receive; their expectations, and how to support ongoing impact and effectiveness of the programme.
How will we keep track of pupil progress?
Tutors have a baseline of pupils’ starting attainment to track against. All tutors track progress on a minimum weekly basis and review this with the school. Personal Tutor Meetings allow discussion of all aspects of the tutors’ work in schools including considering anonymised data and how to support accelerated progress.