Easter GCSE revision programmes

Two weeks of daily GCSE revision lessons in English, maths and/or science – Programmes start on 3rd April

Key Stage 4

At KS4, our curriculum supports students to achieve qualifications that enable them to progress to positive pathways at post 16

Be it alternative provision, revision programmes, intervention, Level 1 and 2 functional skills, or full GCSEs, students are supported to achieve their potential, to access education on a par with their peers, and to pursue and raise their aspirations.

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Built in partnership with schools, LAs, and NMs, the Tute curriculum has been shaped to meet the needs of their students (as well as their budgets and priorities).


Tute's curriculum is delivered either as a shared or a private provision by fully qualified teachers. Our product range and timetables offer flexibility that makes our curriculum work for you.


Progress and engagement is tracked in each lesson and updated live in our Tute platform. Our impact and evaluation manager monitors students' outcomes and experience to assess impact.

Our Key Stage 4 curriculum promise

Our Key Stage 4 curriculum is delivered by teachers with QTS, all experts in their chosen field and phase of education. Using a range of methods, our teachers draw out conclusions about every student’s performance, level of skill and development of knowledge in every lesson. A choice of KS4 curriculum pathways accommodate short and long-term requirements for provision and routes to achieving qualifications at functional skills and GCSE level, enabling you to make the best choice for your students based on individual needs.
Becky Clark
Assistant Head of Teaching and Learning and Curriculum

What type of provision do you need for your KS4 students?

Click the buttons below to identify suitable provision:

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Virtual School

Short/medium/long term provision

A choice of programmes in English, maths, science and PSHE, mapped to the National Curriculum that meet meaningful learning objectives.
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Long-term provision

Qualification in a choice of subjects at Level 1 and 2, GCSE, AS and A Level. Tute teachers deliver the specification in one or two years and act as the student’s main, if not only, source of education for that subject.

National Tutoring Programme

Short-term provision

Subsidised (60%) 15-hour blocks of targeted tuition to support to students whose learning has been most impacted by the Covid-19 pandemic. 
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Tute Go

Long-term provision

Targeted programmes built from Tute’s comprehensive curriculum library that create tailored schemes of learning.  

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