Information for university students considering becoming a tutor for school pupils.
Secondary school closures and the transition to online learning, in the context of Covid-19, has exacerbated educational inequality for many school-age pupils. The UK Government responded by setting up the National Tutoring Programme which aims to provide high-quality tutoring from university students to school pupils affected by school closures.
You can tutor the subjects you study at university or studied at secondary school - sharing your passion for your favourite subjects! There is a huge demand for tutors at the moment to support students to get back on track with their education.
You can find out more about the project here, or visit the National Tutoring Programme website.
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