we are a Tuition Partner for the National Tutoring Programme.
how you can use
your NTP funding.
NTP funding can be used to pay for 60% of the total cost incurred by your school to deliver tutoring.
In addition, we will apply a maximum hourly per pupil rate. These are:
- £18 for mainstream schools, of which the DfE subsidy will be £10.80 (60%)
- £47 for non-mainstream schools, of which the DfE subsidy will be £28.20 (60%)
This means you must record, for all tutoring delivered in AY22/23, the total cost you incur and the number of hours delivered, which you will be required to share with DfE via your funding return in summer 2023. Where your hourly rate (total cost incurred divided by number of hours delivered) is £18 or less (£47 or less for non-mainstream schools), we will cover 60% of the cost you have incurred.
Where your hourly rate is greater than £18 (or greater than £47 for non-mainstream schools), we will cap your return at the relevant maximum rate. These hourly per pupil rates apply to all tutoring you may be delivering, whether this is through your own staff, new staff you bring in specifically to provide tutoring, or tutors engaged via a Tuition Partner.
Tuition cost information.
Each Pupil Premium (PP) eligible student will receive £162. This funding cost has been calculated so you will have 60% of the cost covered for up to £18 per pupil per hour. For more information on tuition cost, you can see the funding guidance.
Your school or virtual school will get the following funding for each pupil premium-eligible pupil in a:
- mainstream school - £162
- non-mainstream school - £423
This funding is intended to subsidise packages of 12 to 15 hours of tutoring for each pupil.
Your school will receive its funding allocation in 3 instalments: October 2022, January 2023 and April 2023.
How much will I pay?
If you spend £15 per pupil per hour, the government will cover 60% of the cost
If you spend £25 per pupil per hour, you will receive 60% of £18 and will have to pay the rest
get in touch.
how you can benefit.get in touch.
how you can benefit.
15 hour blocks of tuition can be accessed for your pupils in either a 1:1 or 1:3 tuition setting. The NTP funding will pay for 75% of the programme costs, with the remaining 25% covered by the school.
secure online referring portal and session tracking.
Through our latest technology we can offer peace of mind with a secure online referral portal allowing you to request tuition for your pupils. Our industry leading session tracking platform can help you track your pupil's engagement and results against desired educational outcomes as well as providing impact reports to see the true impact of a programme of tuition on learning.
dedicated schools partnerships manager.
We want to ensure from the moment you request tuition support from us to the point the support is being delivered, the process is as stress-free and efficient as possible. That's why when you work with us, we'll assign a dedicated partnerships manager as your single point of contact from enquiry through to when you tell us you no longer need our support.
face to face and virtual support.
Dependent on the type of support required, all our tutors are set up to provide face to face tuition and online support where required.
our specialist tutors.
We have been working hard to make sure we have Tutors, Teaching Assistants, Mentors and Counsellors ready to provide support on a 1:1 and group basis, both face to face and online across the country.
All our workers have completed Covid Awareness Training as well as accessing CPD on “Trauma & Attachment post Covid” and “Promoting a Growth Mindset” to ensure they are ready to support pupils academic and pastoral needs.
Our typical specialist tutors have the below qualifications and attributes to promote engagement for your young people to achieve their educational goals.
- qualifications - QTS, PGCE, HTLA, TA level 2 and 3
- attributes - open, caring, good listeners, resilient, not judgmental, adaptable, good behaviour management, creative, engaging
- experience - teachers, youth work, counselling/mentoring experience, social work experience, SEN
- subject areas - English, Maths, Science, Humanities and Languages