Our latest case study videos - 12 October 2021 We were delighted to work with some of our great school partners to create our latest suite of case study videos. Faik Kordemir, Headteacher at Holden Clough Primary School in Ashton-under-Lyne, his Deputy Headteacher Adam Porter and his pupils share their experiences of working with us. Faik says he feels that, as a catch-up programme, tutoring is: “Good for everybody.” Watch the video. Hear direct from Verity Howorth (pictured right) Assistant Vice Principal at Dixons Trinity Chapeltown in Leeds, who explains the benefits of tutoring in enabling pupils to practice new topics in a small, safe group before taking it to a classroom environment. Watch the video. And hear too from Chris Dyson (left), Headteacher at Parklands Primary School in Leeds, about how the relationship his pupils have had with their tutors has: “Aided the wellbeing of the children and developed their resilience.” He and his pupils also talk about the benefits of tutoring and working in small groups. Watch the video. You can also hear from Helen Pinnington (left), Headteacher at St Edmund Arrowsmith Catholic High School in Liverpool and her pupil Zach, about how tutoring has been working in the school to support pupils to achieve their potential. Watch the video. Hear too from Ruth Baldwin (right), Headteacher at Waterloo Primary School in Crosby, about the support Tutor Trust has given to pupils, not only in terms of their studies, but also with free laptops to help with online learning during the pandemic. Watch the video. Read more case studies for each of our city regions - Greater Manchester, Leeds-Bradfordand Merseyside.