The National Tutoring Programme is a government-funded, initiative to help schools address the impact of Covid-19 school closures on children’s learning.
School closure was a difficult time for many children and their families and resulted in a loss of learning at a scale we have never seen before. Evidence shows that tutoring can help children who have fallen behind in school; but paying for tuition is often beyond the means of schools and families who need it most.
The National Tutoring Programme will address this issue by subsidising tuition from a list of approved tuition partners. This will enable schools to provide additional support to students who have missed out the most because of school closures.
Tute has always delivered what the DfE now urgently wants to implement: high quality online provision to plug gaps in learning. We therefore hope to be included in the National Tutoring Programme’s list of approved providers so we can bring our established online teaching expertise to the students who will benefit from it the most.
What is the National Tutoring Programme (NTP)?
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Tute has always done what the DfE now rapidly wants to implement: small group learning to plug gaps in provision. The government’s billion-pound COVID catch-up plan is intended to do just that.