Tute helps schools to improve pupil attainment through evidence-based online teaching.
Tute believes that learning together is better. Which is why we have built an easy, affordable and evidenced means to raise attainment using live, online lessons delivered by qualified teachers.
"Our platform allows you to think differently about pupil engagement, to amplify teaching effort where and when it is needed, and to foster new digital skills for your teachers and students."
At Tute we are pioneering new ways to improve pupil attainment. We already partner with hundreds of schools, LAs and colleges to find innovative methods to engage learners and to deliver our vision of empowering teachers, parents and students to bring the best teaching to all. We are putting our vision into practice with evidence-based solutions and best practice studies.
Crucially, Tute changes the basic economics of your school: our solutions can help support Progress 8, underpin your pupil premium spend, maintain a rich curriculum, reduce your operating costs and bring about new and significant opportunities to engage with parents.
Tute lessons are live online lessons delivered by qualified teachers in groups of up to 12 students.
45-minute, live lessons delivered by qualified teachers on webcam using the Tute online platform.
Up to 12 young people taught online in a group lesson.
Students communicate by voice (microphone on PC), live chat and using an interactive whiteboard.
The curriculum, lessons and scheme of learning are all agreed with the teacher/school in advance.
Watch this demo live lesson to see Tute in action.
KS3 interventions to underpin Progress 8.
With the shift in focus from attainment to progress, engaging your pupil premium, more able & talented and excluded students can have a measurable impact on the overall performance of your school.
Tute online lessons are an easy, affordable and measurable way to provide additional support, breadth and challenge to students in KS3.
Tute has been used very successfully by Shireland Collegiate Academy to help raise Progress 8 performance using interventions at KS3. A white paper has been written by Sir Mark Grundy outlining the benefits to schools of this approach.
A Tute Online School can change a pupil's life chances.
A Tute online school is an ideal solution to improve learning,
achievement and life opportunities for looked-after children
whilst significantly reducing costs of delivery.
Providing access to learning online with Tute reduces the challenges, cost and time needed to engage students who are unable to attend school.
The platform is safeguarded and tailored to support pupils in a variety of settings allowing children to access learning wherever they are.
Chris Goodhall was responsible for the implementation of Tute for alternative provision for Surrey County Council. He has prepared a white paper for Virtual Heads and Local Authorities to assess the outcomes.
Keeping a rich curriculum at GCSE and A level.
With budget pressures becoming ever tighter, schools need to maintain a wide and varied curriculum to ensure that they can attract pupils and retain funding. This is difficult to achieve when demand for some subjects is low, making class sizes unviable.
Learn how a progressive secondary school in Wales has successfully used Tute over the last few years to plug gaps in their A level provision, and why it made good sense for them to do so.
Maximising attainment for year 11 foundation and higher pupils.
Outcomes in year 11 have always been a key focus for schools, and the move to linear exams places even more weight on ensuring that every cohort is ‘exam ready’.
Inevitably, some late interventions are needed for year 11 pupils, particularly in the term before Easter. Tute offers affordable and measurable revision programmes that can improve outcomes by a grade or more.
Find out how we have worked successfully with Harlington Upper School to help deliver some outstanding results in maths and English.
Cost-effective more able and talented programmes in primary schools.
Primary schools face real challenges when trying to deliver meaningful programmes to support more able pupils, a situation which is amplified further in small and rural schools.
School leaders need to find innovative, measurable and sustainable programmes which can stretch and challenge pupils, and challenge them to make more progress.
See how a small primary school in Bridlington has successfully used tute to support it’s learners over the past 3 years.
Students love learning on Tute.
"Tute gives me opportunities to get ahead and go the extra mile."
"It’s an online programme that helps children learn. You go online and can book a session and really learn a lot. I liked the fact it was online and I (my parents) didn’t have to drive me to a Tuition Centre."
"If you learn something in class and don't understand it, you can go back to her [your Tute teacher] and tell her and she'll help you with it."