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CEO and Co-Founder welcome

Our CEO, Ed Marsh, and Co-Founder and Executive Director, Abigail Shapiro, tell us why Tutor Trust needs to exist, and what makes the charity special

On behalf of the entire team at Tutor Trust, we extend a heartfelt welcome to our growing community of schools and tutors. We're thrilled you're here!

If, like us, you’re driven by a shared passion for unlocking the potential within every young person and tackling educational inequality head-on, we’d love to hear from you.

At Tutor Trust, we believe every young person deserves access to exceptional academic support, a belief that fuels our mission: to transform lives through tutoring. We achieve this by connecting schools with the brightest minds – passionate, qualified tutors, primarily sourced from local universities. Our focus lies in the core subjects of Maths, English, and Science, building pupils’ self-confidence and a foundation for success across disciplines.

But we're not just about recruiting tutors. We invest in their growth, providing extensive training and ongoing support to ensure they deliver a professional, impactful service. Competitive rates reflect our commitment to their dedication, and the results speak for themselves: "Tutor Trust could move into any university town in the country and have an impact," as Sir Kevan Collins, former Chief Executive of the Education Endowment Foundation, aptly noted.

Whether you're a school or college seeking dedicated tutors or a passionate individual eager to share your knowledge, we'd love to hear from you. We offer resources, insights, and support every step of the way, creating a collaborative environment where inspiration ignites potential.

Come, join us in this transformative journey. We believe that together, we can rewrite the narrative of educational inequality, one spark of knowledge at a time.

Warmly yours

Ed and Abigail