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Tutoring for secondary schools

We offer high-quality English, Maths and Science tutoring to schools across Greater Manchester, West Yorkshire and Merseyside. 

 

Our tutors can work with pupils of all levels of attainment between Year 7 and Year 11. 

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It has been an amazing and valuable experience partnering with Tutor Trust!
Zorni Tyson, Maths Teacher, Burnage Academy for Boys, Manchester

Our secondary work

We've been working with secondary schools for over ten years. Last year:
  • 5462

    secondary tutoring programmes were delivered

  • 82

    secondary schools partnered with us

  • 97 %

    of partners would recommend us to another school

  • 0 .7

    grades of progress were made by Year 11 students at GCSE over the course of their tutoring programme

Why Tutor Trust?

We're best in class for quality and impact

We're the only tutoring charity whose model is backed by evidence from two Randomised Control Trials by the Education Endowment Foundation. A large-scale effectiveness trial showed that pupils receiving 12 hours of maths tutoring from us made three months' additional progress compared with their peers. 

We're about your pupils, not profit

We're a registered charity rooted in the North. All money we charge schools is invested into providing you with high-quality, high-impact tutoring, and funding from generous philanthropic partners helps keep the cost to schools low.  

Our schools and pupils love us

97% of our partner schools last year would recommend us to another school. Pupils really enjoy their tutoring with us.

We're proudly Northern

Based in Manchester, we work with pupils and schools across Greater Manchester, Merseyside and West Yorkshire. Our aim is to narrow the attainment gap which exists between pupils in the North and South of England.

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Our impact in secondary schools

Find out how schools have partnered with us to achieve strong progress for pupils and to boost their confidence and enjoyment of learning.

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Secondary school FAQs

We answer some of secondary schools' most common questions about tutoring with Tutor Trust.

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Our tutors

We're incredibly proud of the work our tutors deliver. Find out how we recruit, train and monitor our tutors to ensure consistently high quality.

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Programme setup

Find out how our friendly and supportive team will work with you throughout your programme to ensure it has a strong positive impact on your pupils.

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Programme cost

Find out how much your proposed programme for 2023/24 will cost, before and after NTP subsidies are applied.

I really enjoyed myself and if I had the opportunity to do it again, I definitely would. I learned things I didn't know before which I am now able to apply in lessons and in my essays with confidence.
Year 11 pupil, Our Lady's RC High School, Manchester

Real life stories

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Trinity CofE High School, Manchester

Our long-term collaboration with Trinity CofE High School is working well, especially for pupils who enjoy their tuition sessions and make strong progress.

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Let's talk

We'd love to have a conversation about the options for tutoring at your school.

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