Webinar: National Tutoring Programme Readiness – Online Tuition 101

Post-national lockdown, disadvantaged students now face a learning gap of 4+ months compared to their better-off peers, according to the NFER. Online catch-up tuition, delivered through the Education Endowment Foundation’s National Tutoring Programme, promises to be a powerful tool in schools’ arsenals to narrow this gap.

For many schools, however, online tutoring will be uncharted territory. In this webinar, guest speakers Nicola Graham (Executive Principal, Harris Academy Chafford Hundred) and Will Doyle (Vice Principal, Ryde Academy) share their first-hand experiences of running successful online tuition programmes with MyTutor, with practical tips and advice you can take away.

The webinar sheds light on:

  • The impact of online tuition on pupil progress and attainment, using insights from 550+ MyTutor partner schools
  • How to run an effective online tutoring programme in practice, from student selection to lesson logistics and measuring progress
  • Tuition in the context of COVID: ensuring programmes are resilient to local lockdowns and school closures

Catch up on the webinar in full below.

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