Following on from the release of the EEF's Evaluation Report last week, BBC News visited one of our partner schools to cover the story of the charity's success.  They were invited to St Paul's CofE Primary School Crompton Street in Salford to see one of our tutors, Aimee, in action. Yunus Mulla spoke with our Co-founders Abigail Shapiro and Nick Bent, as well as year 6 class teacher Sarah O’Reilly, to hear first-hand how The Tutor Trust operates and understand how our tuition model works!

This was how the BBC North West studio team introduced the story: 

“Now, some school children in Greater Manchester who have been struggling in the classroom have been given low cost tutoring by a local charity and a new report says it has really helped to improve their maths results.

“It’s called the Tutor Trust and it says it wants to transform the way children are taught in schools by making sure more pupils get one to one help."

Watch the full story via the Youtube video above!