UK Online Tuition: first ever indepth report

March 31st, 2015, 0 Comments

Young Girl in library with laptop and headphones

I’m pleased to announce that The Tutor Pages has just published its groundbreaking research into online tutoring in the UK.  The report has been described by the President of The Tutors’ Association Tom Maher as ‘the first proper attempt to analyse the dynamics of the growing online tuition sector from a British perspective’.

Whether you’re a parent looking for an alternative to face-to-face tuition, or a teacher interesting in tutoring online, our report is full of insight. You can download it here for free:

Based on a survey of almost 400 independent tutors, the report covers multiple aspects such as affordability, demand, technology, benefits and challenges.

You can also read our related press release, or engage in a discussion on the report in our Linkedin Group here.

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11+ Conference on 1st April 2015

March 12th, 2015, 1 Comment

The National Tutoring Conference is hosting a conference on the 11plus on 1st April this year.

The various speakers are addressing different aspects of the 11 plus, including whether the examination is too narrow-based, and the topical issue of whether some kind of ‘tutor-proofing’ for the exam is possible.

Tutor-proofing was an issue raised by Andrew Baines of the successful 11plus website when I interviewed him at the end of last year. You can read the interview here.

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National Tutoring Conference – 10th Feb 2015

January 15th, 2015, 2 Comments

Bright Young Things/ Tutorcruncher are organising what they call the National Tutoring Conference in London on 10th February 2015.

The line-up of confirmed speakers and topics so far is as follows:

  • Chris Lenton (The Tutors’ Association) – The future of the industry in the UK.  The role of individuals, companies, charities and government. 
  • Daniel Thomas (Education Investor editor) – How the Education Industry is changing and how this affects the tutoring industry.
  • Will Orr Ewing (Keystone Tutors) – The last 10 years. Where has the demand come from – Where it is going.
  • Alexander Nikitich (Carfax Education) – Internationalisation of the market
  • Tom Hooper (Third Space Learning) – Working with Schools and Interactive Learning
  • Susannah Hardyman (Action Tutoring) – Using tutoring to tackle educational inequality

Anyone with an interest in the UK’s private tuition industry is welcome to attend. For further details, visit:

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  1. Tom says:

    I, and many other tutors I know, missed this conference due to other commitments and as it sold out. I heard there was another in April. Would anyone know the details of this?

  2. admin says:

    Tom, we don’t have any information on an April conference. It would be best to contact Tutorcruncher or BYT about this.

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