In light of the EEF Report published two weeks ago, TES have published a story about The Tutor Trust’s impressive impact on pupils receiving tuition.

Follow this link to read the article by Helen Ward. 

The article explains that the Maths results of primary pupils “can be boosted by just 12 hours of low-cost tutoring with university students” and that we now have “evidence that the approach may be particularly beneficial for disadvantaged pupils”.

The article features quotes from some EEF representatives, chairman Sir Peter Lampl and chief executive Sir Kevin Collins, who make the case that “schools should consider the Tutor Trust’s model as a cost-effective way to boost attainment for struggling pupils.”

The University of Manchester also published a story about the EEF Report and our charity’s recent success. The article draws attention to the fact that the university “was involved from the Trust’s inception, and 80% of the charity’s tutors in Manchester are students from the university.” We are continuously grateful to the University for all the support they give The Tutor Trust.

The University of Manchester’s article can be read via the following link