Education Endowment Foundation:National Tutoring Programme Tuition Partners: Year 1 (2020−21) resources

National Tutoring Programme Tuition Partners: Year 1 (2020−21) resources

Practical recommendations and resources for schools and tutoring organisations based on the best available evidence on effective tutoring.

This report summarises successes and challenges of the inaugural year of NTP Tuition Partners, identifying key points to consider for the following areas when scaling up interventions:

  • Programme design
  • Programme delivery
  • Data and evaluation
  • Sector engagement
  • System changes

This report summarises successes and challenges of the inaugural year of NTP Tuition Partners, identifying key points to consider for the following areas when scaling up interventions:

  • Programme design
  • Programme delivery
  • Data and evaluation
  • Sector engagement
  • System changes

This brief guide shares common challenges and solutions identified by tutoring organisations during the first year of the National Tutoring Programme.

Download the guide below for key challenges and top tips on:

  1. school and pupil engagement
  2. delivery and systems
  3. quality assurance
  4. safeguarding

Based on insights from the 33 approved Tuition Partners delivering Y1 of the NTP Tuition Partners (2020−21) and lessons learnt from the central team:

This brief guide aims to help state schools in England make the most of tutoring opportunities available through NTP Tuition Partners: Y1 (2020−21)

Key messages are based on the best available evidence for the tutoring models delivered in Y1.

This brief guide aims to help tutoring providers in England to align their work with the tutoring opportunities available through NTP Tuition Partners: Y1 (2020−21), maximising the benefits of the programme for disadvantaged pupils throughout England.

Key messages are based on the best available evidence for the tutoring models delivered in Y1.

This brief guide aims to support schools participating in Y1 of the NTP Tuition Partners programme to maximise the impact of tuition delivered remotely to pupils at home.

Whether a child is receiving NTP Tuition Partners tuition in school, or remotely at home under limited accepted circumstances, ensuring that parents and carers are aware of how and why their child is involved in the NTP Tuition Partners Year 1 programme can help to increase the chances of positive impact on pupils’ academic attainment.

These practical resources can help schools consider what families need to know to support their child with tuition.