Could Action Tutoring benefit your school?
Action Tutoring is always keen to hear from new primary and secondary schools who would be interested in working with us. We seek to partner with schools with at least double the national average of pupils eligible for Free School Meals, ensuring our tutoring is getting where it's needed most. On average, we look to provide 10 tutors per programme, and schools can choose whether tutors work 1-1 or 1-2 with their pupils.
Schools can choose to run programmes for Year 6, Year 10 or Year 11 pupils and programmes can run during the Autumn, Spring and Summer terms. Schools can select which pupils take part, but we ask that priority is given to Pupil Premium students. We are currently seeking to partner with primary and secondary schools in Birmingham, Brighton, Bristol, Liverpool, London, Newcastle and Sheffield.
If you are interested in working with us, please email: email@example.com
You can read more about our impact, and view our Guides for pimary and scondary schools here:
At Mount Carmel Catholic College for girls, Action Tutoring has delivered one to one tuition in English and Maths on Saturday mornings. This provision has provided our students with additional revision support which has been invaluable in raising achievement not only at C/D borderline but also our A and A*s.
The enthusiasm, commitment and dedication from all of tutors have definitely made this initiative a worthwhile intervention and we will definitely continue with this next year.
Nicole Haynes, Principal, Mount Carmel School for Girls
Action Tutoring has been our school’s preferred tutoring provision this year due to the quality of their tutors, as well as the ease with which they work around the busy life of a working primary school.
Tuesday mornings with Action Tutoring is a highlight in our week and many Year 6 children fully understand the importance of their studies through the dedication and interest shown by their personalised tutor. Camelot School will certainly be prioritising what limited financial resources we have going forward on ensuring Action Tutoring stay part of our school life.
James Robinson, Headteacher, Camelot Primary School London