MyTutor on the Key Voices National Tutoring Programme podcast

Ahead of the launch of the government-funded National Tutoring Programme (NTP), we made a guest appearance on The Key’s Key Voices podcast, in an episode examining the programme and its proposed role in helping students “catch -up” learning lost as result of COVID-19.

Our Co-Founder and Managing Director, James Grant, joins Susannah Hardyman, Founder and CEO of Action Tutoring, and Jed Cinnamon, Senior Programme Manager at Nesta, to discuss:

  • The principles behind the programme
  • Timelines schools should be aware of
  • How the provision of support via academic mentors and tuition partners will work
  • How MyTutor works collaboratively with schools to make tutoring effective and simple to co-ordinate
  • The impact tutoring can have on the motivation and academic performance of young people
  • How we source, train and support our tutors
  • The future role for tutoring in the education sector

For all the details, you can listen to the episode in full here.

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