If you’re already qualified as a teacher and you’re looking for your next classroom experience, then let Tutor Trust be your next step!

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Being a tutor:

  • Use your expertise to tutor small groups of one-to-one, or one-to-three, in Maths, English, or Science, at Primary and Secondary level.
  • Identify individual needs for learning and development and tailor your sessions to them, enabling your pupils to achieve their potential.
  • Work with the same group of pupils at the same time every week, throughout the duration of an assignment (normally 15 school weeks) and play a key part in their academic and personal growth.
  • Most tutoring takes place during the school day (8am – 4pm) inside the school building, and during school term times. Tutoring with us is flexible work, meaning you can either commit to a minimum of three hours of tuition per week, or apply to work as many assignments as you like and make tutoring a more full-time source of income.
  • You need to be eligible to register as self-employed and be willing to undergo an enhanced DBS and references check before you start tutoring with us.

Benefits of tutoring

  • Take control of your teaching: identify individual learning needs and tailor your sessions to enable your pupils to reach their potential

  • Flexible working hours: continue doing what you love at your own pace and in a smaller classroom environment.

  • Fulfilment from working with a charity, supporting young people in your local community.

  • Earn £24/28.50 minimum to plan and deliver each hour of tuition*, dependent on your experience.

*We pay our Qualified Teacher tutors £24 or £28.50 (dependent on experience) to plan and deliver a session. This means that each QT tutor receives a minimum of £360 or £427.50 (dependent on experience) for every standard assignment of 15 hours. This applies to all face-to-face and online sessions. We also offer: a one-off bonus of £20 for tutors when they complete their first tuition session of 2022/2023; and a one-off bonus of £100 for all tutors who complete at least 30 hours of tutoring this academic year (equivalent to two completed assignments of 15 sessions each). 

Joining us

We offer high-quality training to all our tutors, and, for our successful QT applicants, we offer a bespoke training plan. This allows you to move through the training process more quickly, with tailored support from our team of qualified teachers. The training consists of a general online induction, an online safeguarding course, and a lesson planning task. Our Quality Team mark these elements. When you are successful at the end of this – and we’ve graded your lesson plan as ‘good’ or ‘outstanding’ – you will be able to apply for your first tutoring assignment!

We use the online platform ‘Connect’ to enable you to see and book tutoring sessions (assignments) near you, and we’d encourage you to check in regularly as we have new schools requesting tutoring all the time.

Get in touch 

We’re always here to help should you have any further questions about tutoring.


When you apply to tutor with us, you can choose your preference for any of the following subjects: Primary (Maths and Reading), Secondary Maths, Secondary English, or Secondary Science.  We will speak to you about your preferred subject(s) during your interview as well, and if you would like to tutor in any additional subjects. 

Note that we currently don’t offer Secondary Science tuition in the Leeds-Bradford city region due to low demand from schools for this subject. If you’re trained in Secondary Science teaching in Leeds-Bradford, then we recommend that you join us to tutor in a different subject, then we will contact you if any Secondary Science opportunities arise.

Our next interview week commences Monday 26th September. You'll need to submit your application by Friday 23rd September to guarantee that we can consider you for an interview this round.

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