Schools, we can help!
Schools use Tute to provide their students with learning opportunities that may otherwise not be possible. By building a partnership, we can overcome challenges that often prevent students reaching their potential and pursuing their aspirations.
How are schools using Tute?
Schools are using Tute to further refine and extend their curriculum offer. For some, we might be the solution to offering a course that would otherwise not be viable, for others we are delivering targeted intervention to accelerate progress, we are helping to save money by bringing alternative provision in-house and swiftly delivering access to qualified teachers for those in day 6 provision.
Lewis School contacted Tute when COVID restrictions prevented 6th form students from travelling between different schools within the consortium for A level teaching. Tute was used to deliver additional support in the absence of face-to-face teaching.
Tute’s solution has been delivered as a weekly online lesson which runs alongside lessons in school, providing additional time for consolidation and catch-up work.
Despite months with no face-to-face teaching, pupil confidence has been increased and almost all pupils are on track to achieve their target grades. Pupils have been able to catch-up on work or spend time on aspects of work they have found challenging.
The school first started using Tute in 2016 because of a lack of specialist teachers on island at that time. Tute provided an opportunity for GCSE, AS and A Level students, through both private and shared provisions, to study a subject that wasn't part of the curriculum or a subject that would have been removed from the curriculum if a mode of teaching wasn't available. They are currently studying psychology, travel and tourism, sociology and law.
Prince Andrew School students have benefited greatly from using Tute, as they have engaged well with their on-line tutors, feel that they are still part of a classroom, have good attendance and overall have achieved a well-deserved grade. We do feel that it is value for money.