Teachers wanted for private tuition

Are you a qualified teacher considering private tutoring? Home-School Tutoring is actively seeking more teachers to provide private tuition to pupils of all ages.

You might be looking for part-time work rather than a full-time teaching position or you may be looking for extra work to supplement a part-time post. You could be a supply teacher or you may be thinking about returning to teaching after a career break.

We also have teachers working with us who would simply like more opportunities to work with pupils on a one-to-one basis.

Perhaps you are a retired teacher or a teacher nearing retirement. We would be very pleased to hear from both retired teachers and current teachers who are considering their options as they approach retirement. Your extensive experience and knowledge could continue to help pupils fulfil their potential.

Head teachers and deputy head teachers who may miss the satisfaction of personal teaching are also most welcome at Home School Tutoring.

Whatever your circumstances, if you are a qualified teacher interested in private tutoring we would love to hear from you.

Sought after teaching skills

Teachers of maths, English and all science subjects are particularly needed in all areas of the UK. We also need more SEN teachers for pupils with learning difficulties, including dyslexia.  However, whatever you teach, your skills are required as a tutor.

We cover all levels of education, so  teachers are needed for many different  levels and ages, including primary school teachers, secondary school teachers and college/further education (FE) university lecturers.

There are tutoring opportunities for all teachers with the skills and experience to tutor their specialist subjects and levels and to help our students overcome challenges, build their confidence and achieve their goals

Apply to join Home-School Tutoring online

For more information or to apply for tutoring work with us, please visit our Become a Tutor page.

If you have any questions about tutoring, you can call or email your local Area Advisor for an informal discussion. To find details of your Area Advisor browse our Locations or enter your postcode in the Tutor Search box near the top of this page.

Your local Area Advisor is also your first port of call if you are a parent or student looking for tutors.

We look forward to hearing from you!