Now that schools are closed due to COVID-19, Tute can help students continue with their education and create a structured timetable of lessons that can be followed from home. As always, students are at the core of everything we do.
Our lessons will be delivered as normal
Subject to a healthy team, all Tute lessons are continuing as normal. Students who normally access Tute lessons from school will be able to access them from home. Our current customers, and new ones, can continue to enrol students to our shared provision within 24-48 hours.
The Tute Virtual School is getting busier, but we are adding more groups to keep the numbers down and to ensure that students are still getting the high-quality teaching they’ve come to expect.
How Tute can help schools and parents
with school closures
Join Tute’s Virtual Home School
Tute’s Virtual Home School delivers the same lessons as our
usual Virtual School to larger groups, at a lower cost per student,
Our Virtual Home School provides access to high-quality lessons covering English, maths, science, humanities and other curriculum subjects, delivered by Tute’s qualified teachers.
Students join a group of up to 20 other learners in a choice of differentiated programmes, mapped to the National Curriculum.
The timetable is fixed with a choice of between 2-22 lessons per week across KS1-kS4 at a cost of £6.00 per student per lesson. The Tute Team can enrol students within 24 hours.
Use our platform for your own teachers to deliver
We know that the most efficient and effective solution to ensure continuity of teaching is to move your lessons online, with your teachers teaching your students.
With YouTeach, we can offer you the use of our Tute platform, so
that your teachers can deliver lessons to your students.
Tute’s platform has the best functionality to deliver lessons and you don’t need to worry about the system crashing as lots of students
try to log in at the same time.
By using the Tute platform, you can be confident that your school is complying with the necessary GDPR and safeguarding requirements to adequately protect your staff and students.