'There are some children who, despite all best efforts, do not make the progress they need in a whole-class or small group setting. Without an individualised approach it may be hard for these children to make the progress needed to achieve their full potential' - DfE
1:1 Tuition Homepage
It is widely accepted that one-to-one tuition has been one of the most effective strategies to raise attainment.
During the government funded One to One Tuition Programme 2009-11 schools found that pupils who previously underperformed
were able to keep pace and in many cases out perform their peers after receiving one-to-one tuition.
This website is designed to support schools, tutors and parents who continue to be involved in one-to-one tuition programmes.
Users are welcome to visit all sections of the website though the content has been arranged to suit different needs.
This section will help schools set up a one-to-one programme.
It has copies of key documents to help tutors and managers plan, deliver, quality control and evaluate their programme.
This section provides practical support and guidance for tutors to help you deliver relevant, active and challenging tutorials.
There are links to the wealth of material developed by the former National Strategies.
This section highlights a selection of materials that will help you support your child at home in an active and fun way.
Particular acknowledgements for their contribution to the website are given to:
Roger Ray, teaching and learning consultant for secondary maths
Joy Blott, teaching and learning consultant for secondary English
Jane Dixon, teaching and learning consultant for primary literacy
Becki Lewis, teaching and learning consultant for primary numeracy
Rosemary Sadofsky, East Riding 1:1 tuition coordinator - primary
Roger Woollen, East Riding 1:1 tuition coordinator - secondary
Kathryn Richardson, Beverley Grammar School, coordinator and tutor
However, should you require any further information please see contact details below:
Sue Griffiths, Secondary Improvement Adviser (Intervention)
Tel: (01482) 392418
Further information is also available on
when you search for 1:1 Tuition.