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24/02

Professional Tutoring Partnership - news

Children’s education has been placed at the heart of the Government’s COVID recovery plan and we now know that schools will be opening from 8th March.  Weekly tuition and the National Tutoring Programme remains a key commitment and is one of five approaches the Government is backing to address gaps in learning for children and young people.

 Patoss, the British Dyslexia Association, Helen Arkell Dyslexia Association, Dyslexia Action and Real Group joined together to form the Professional Tutoring Partnership in order to provide disadvantaged children with specialist teaching at a time when they most need help to get back on track with learning.  The partners were certain that this was an opportunity that our specialist teacher tutors would want to take to make a difference together.

A big thank you to those tutors who have joined the Professional Tutoring Partnership.  The next few weeks are important for us.  We have the backing of the National Tutoring Programme to provide face to face and online tuition in schools across the country.  We are working hard to arrange tuition to start during March and as soon as possible once schools open. 

We would value the support of specialist teachers and members in promoting our work to schools.  Please find attached our PTP flyerfor you to share.  We welcome enquiries through our partnership website www.tutorpartnership.com.

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