Over the past few months we’ve been in the news all over the country! Here’s a round-up of the regional coverage we’ve had, featuring lots of the fantastic schools we’ve worked with throughout lockdown and beyond.
BBC Radio Bristol spoke to Laura Creswick, Assistant Headteacher at Nailsea School, and star tutor Ryan Murphy, to discuss how MyTutor is providing much-needed one-to-one support for pupils dealing with learning loss since school closures. Listen to the clip here.
In this article from Birmingham Live, Arena Academy Headteacher Raj Mann reveals what life is like inside a COVID-hit school, and shares how working with MyTutor is helping to bridge the gaps in knowledge that students are facing as a result of lockdown learning loss.
In this article from the Island Echo, Ryde Academy Headteacher Joy Ballard describes the ‘huge impact’ that online tutoring programmes have had on pupil attainment and confidence, and MyTutor Co-Founder James Grant discusses how the pandemic has brought ‘fresh urgency’ to the need for tutoring programmes to support disadvantaged pupils.
We worked with Ormiston Park Academy to support their pupils over the summer, and in this article from Your Thurrock, Assistant Principal Sarah-Louise Thacker describes the ‘substantial’ impact that this extra support has had on pupils’ progress. Get the full story here.
Year 10 students at Unity City Academy have received MyTutor tuition throughout lockdown, and in this article by Teesside Live, Principal Andy Rodgers speaks about how the partnership has helped to keep students engaged and on track.
This year, the Nobel School used one-to-one tuition to support the progress of 10 selected pupil premium students. Read about the impact this ‘individualised approach’ had on pupils’ confidence and understanding in this article by The Comet.
The East Anglian Daily Times caught up with Dom Hawkins, Vice Principal at Ormiston Sudbury Academy, to discuss how the school is working with MyTutor to support pupils this year. Check out the article to learn how one-to-one tuition has benefitted pupils’ academic outcomes as well as their confidence.