We are thrilled to publish our very first Impact Report which reflects on our work from the 2016-17 academic year. This is the first time we have produced a report of this type and we are extremely proud to be able to demonstrate the difference we are making to young lives up and down the country, as a powerful academic intervention.
Our vision is a world in which no child’s life chances are limited by their socio-economic background. As a charity we are reflective and evidenced based and we are committed to delivering measurable social impact. We underpin our work with transparency and honesty. We believe this report confidently demonstrates our dedication to realising this vision and upholding these values.
View the report: Action Tutoring 2016-17 Impact Report
Take a look at the report and get in touch, we’d love to hear what you think.
Key highlights include:
- In 2016-17 more than 800 of our incredible volunteers delivered a staggering 16,000 hours of tutoring over the academic year.
- 96% of Action Tutoring pupils would recommend the programme to a friend.
- The number of tutoring sessions pupils are attending is increasing year on year. We found that the more tutoring they receive the greater the impact made.
We would like to take this opportunity to thank all of our incredible volunteer tutors, partner schools and dedicated funders for their support – together you are making a measurable difference to these pupils’ lives. We couldn’t do it without you.
2017-18 looks set to be an even bigger year of impact for us and we look forward to sharing our review of it in early 2019.
As this term draws to an end we are busy preparing for the next ambitious year of delivery. We want to support even more pupils, in more schools, across our seven cities (Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool, London, Newcastle, Sheffield and Sussex). So, if you are interested in joining us as a volunteer tutor, partnering with us as a school (primary or secondary) or supporting us as a funder or fundraiser do get in touch. Be part of the movement and help change young people’s lives for the better.