8.30 AM - 5.00 PM Monday to Friday
Learning is tailored to meet the needs of the students. It's an incredible resource which has a very positive impact on the confidence, progress and attainment of our students.
Val Pavey, Pupil Premium Lead
Woodlands Academy of Learning, Willenhall
Help ease the transition to secondary school for students starting KS3 with outstanding gaps from KS2.
Providing targeted one to one support to the students who need it isn't always easy. We’re here to help.
Give students more opportunities to plug gaps and practise their skills in a one to one environment
Students feel more confident to try in a low-stakes environment away from their peers
Up to 15 students can learn in the same timeslot, each learning with their own dedicated tutor
Allocate funding to those individual students who’ve been most impacted by school closures to ensure direct impact
Quickly and easily see impact, academic progress and changes in mindset across a week, term or year
Students show significant changes in effort, attitude and engagement, not just academic attainment
Plug gaps and provide catch up support for your Year 7s or help your KS4 students revise for GCSEs
All sessions end with Post-Session Questions to help continuously diagnose outstanding gaps and inform lesson selection
Student and time slot selection
You decide which students to support and choose a weekly time slot. For small groups up to 15 students can receive a one to one lesson at once. For larger groups we recommend choosing two or more timeslots.
Each student begins with an initial assessment to diagnose their individual learning gaps and identify the best sequence of maths lessons for the individual. This is an essential revision tool and can be done at any point before their first tuition session.
Lessons take place in our interactive online classroom and students communicate with their personal tutor via a shared screen and headset. We'll send out headsets free of charge before your first session.
You’re kept up to date with topics covered and progress made each week. Longer term progress is mapped over the term. As well as showing how your students are progressing, we also report on engagement and attitude.
Since 2013, we’ve worked with thousands of primary schools across the UK to help boost progress and build confidence in their target groups.
As part of our mission to support as many schools and students as possible, we’re now working with secondary schools across the country too.
We’ve built a dedicated team of secondary maths experts and ex-secondary maths teachers to build the GCSE curriculum, develop our secondary tutor training programme and make sure our intervention programmes are as effective as possible for secondary schools.
All tutors delivering sessions must undergo secondary-specific training to ensure they’re equipped to support KS3 and KS4 students through their secondary journeys as effectively as possible.