Plans for a national tutoring programme to be unveiled

BBC News

BBC News featured The Access Project when Year 12 student Nana spoke eloquently about the difference that tutoring is making to her life. Pupils who have fallen behind during school closures are expected to be offered focused tuition as part of the government’s catch-up plans. England’s schools will receive funding for support through a national tutoring programme to run for up to three years. The scheme will use proven tutoring organisations and charities, using volunteer and paid tutors.

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The effectiveness of one-to-one tuition

Education Endowment foundation

There’s strong evidence showing that one-to-one tuition can be highly effective. The Sutton Trust-EEF Teaching and Learning Toolkit suggests it can boost progress by up to +5 months.

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Partnership of charities and government will support schools to access to high-quality tutoring


A £350m National Tutoring Programme (NTP) will provide catch-up support to primary and secondary school pupils who have missed out on learning during school closures, it was announced today. It has been created through a collaboration between the Education Endowment Foundation (EEF), Sutton Trust, Impetus and Nesta, with support from the Department for Education.

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