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Elective Home Education

About Elective Home Educators

Elective Home Education (EHE) is where a choice has been made by parents to provide education for their children at home – or at home and in some other way which they choose – instead of sending them to school full-time. This is different to education provided by a local authority otherwise than at a school – for example, tuition for children who are too ill to attend school. 

Tute's purpose

Students at studying at home and require additional support when completing GCSE or A Level Courses. Tute was utilised to provide courses in a range of subject areas, both as shared courses (with other students, schools or providers) and private courses tailored specifically to individual need.  

How do EHE students rate Tute?

I enjoy Tute lessons 100%
I feel safe in Tute lessons 100%
I make progress in Tute lessons 100%
My responses are valued in Tute lessons 100%
My behaviour has allowed me to make progress 100%
There are enough independent learning materials to support me 100%
Feedback I’ve had in lessons/on homework/assignments has been valuable 100%
I am prepared for the examination/end of year assessment 100%
Learning online is better than learning in the classroom 100%
Quality of what my teacher delivers is good/excellent 100%
I would reccomend Tute to others 100%
I enjoy learning with others in my online lessons 100%

Tute's impact

Boosting progress

Over the duration of their course programmes:


Students made an average of 1.5 grades of progress


Students made an average of 2.0 grades of progress


Students made an average of 1.0 grades of progress


Students made an average of 1.0 grades of progress

Improving attainment


of EHE Students attained grades 6 and above in England and grades B and above in Wales after accessing Tute Courses

My son struggled in a "normal" classroom environment so Tute was the obvious choice for him. I can not thank Tute enough for the help and support given to my son. He went on to pass all his GCSEs... I know that without Tute he wouldn't be where he is now!

What do EHE students say about Tute?

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