Whatever level of study you need support with, we are here to help. Our teachers and tutors provide tuition across all age groups and are happy to liaise with schools and colleges, both in the state sector and independent sector.
Our tutors offer private tuition in a broad range of subjects. Whether you require ongoing support or tutoring for exam preparation, your local Area Advisor will be happy to provide free advice and help you find a tutor.
Primary: key stage 1 (KS1) ages 5–7
During KS1, tuition focuses on numeracy, literacy, science and confidence building. We have a number of teachers and tutors qualified to make learning fun for young children, whichever aspects of learning they may be finding difficult.
Home-School Tutoring’s tutors understand how important it is to make learning enjoyable for children aged between five and seven. Rather than ever letting children feel pressured, our tutors provide caring support and patient tutoring.
Primary: key stage 2 (KS2) ages 7–11
During these formative learning years in primary school, tuition focuses on building strong foundations and boosting self-confidence to help children succeed at school.
Our qualified KS2 teachers and tutors can help children develop their literacy and numeracy skills as well as provide patient and supportive tuition in all national curriculum subjects.
We can also help pupils to prepare for 7+, 8+, 11+, Common Entrance and grammar school entry exams as well as for the new year 6 SATs.
Secondary: key stage 3 (KS3) ages 11–14 (pre-GCSE level)
Through the pre-teens and early teens, confidence and enthusiasm for learning underpins pupils’ success. With much to distract young people from their studies at school and home, private tuition can help ensure pupils keep building their self-confidence and don’t lose focus!
Our KS3 teachers and tutor aim to encourage and inspire pupils to progress and enjoy their education during these important pre-GCSE years.
We are also happy to help students to prepare for the Common Entrance exam at 13+ and scholarship exams.
Secondary: key stage 4 (KS4) ages 14–16 (GCSE/IGCSE level)
As pupils prepare for GCSE or IGCSE exams, private tuition can help ensure students fully understand the syllabus and are ready to face examinations with confidence.
For GCSE students who feel stressed or anxious about forthcoming GCSE exams, supportive and empathetic home tuition can make all the difference. Our KS4 tutors help students to develop effective learning and revision techniques while patiently explaining difficult concepts and curriculum subjects.
Our tutors are also happy to help students with 16+ sixth form entry tests.
Further education (FE): key stage 5 (KS5) ages 16+ (AS or A Level/IB diploma)
Whether students are undertaking A Levels or the International Baccalaureate diploma (IB) at sixth form or college, Home-School Tutoring can help students to fully understand their subjects and approach their exams with confidence.
Our KS5 tutors help pupils to develop the skills required to complete coursework and prepare for AS/A2 and A Level exams as well as for IB exams.
Higher education (HE): Undergraduate level or pre-degree
If you would like support with a specific aspect of your undergraduate degree programme or need assistance with pre-degree foundation studies, please contact your Area Advisor. We have a number of qualified tutors registered with us who can provide tuition at this level.
Pupils with special needs
Home-School Tutoring is pleased to recommend teachers and tutors who specialise in providing special needs support to pupils of all ages. Please contact your Area Advisor, who will be happy to discuss your requirements.
If you have already chosen to home-school your child and have set up a home learning plan, we will be pleased to recommend suitable tutors for the levels and subjects you need.
Whether you are returning to academic study as a mature learner to gain new qualifications or would simply like to learn something new for pleasure, your Area Advisor will be happy to match you to a tutor.
If you require tuition at home or work to help you prepare for professional exams or services entrance exams, contact your Area Advisor who will be pleased to match you with a tutor.