Examining the Government’s £1bn National Tutor Scheme

National Tutor Scheme The government has just announced a package of measures known as the National Tutor Scheme, designed to address educational inequalities and the gap left by the Corona-crisis school closures. And while schools across England have welcomed the £1bn government tutoring fund, the measures included within the National Tutor Scheme are facing scrutiny …

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Staying Safe Online: How DBS Helps Spread a Little Confidence

Staying Safe Online: How DBS Helps Spread a Little Confidence When the world of education suddenly turns digital, it’s wise to consider safeguarding and staying safe. Regardless of the age group you’re working with, it’s prudent for online tutors to apply for the government stamp of approval – the DBS check. This confirms an individual’s …

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COVID-19 Forces a Radical Shift In Higher Education: Preparation for Online

Nobody needs to be reminded of the seismic cultural shift that the COVID-19 crisis is having on the educational landscape, with online education being increasingly used. The UK Higher Education sector is facing a potential £1bn project to adapt to digital delivery. But this is a project with little time for planning and development. With …

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Online vs Classroom: The Benefits of Online teaching and learning

As teachers, most of us thrive in the classroom environment. We can engage – and monitor the engagement of our students – and keep a track of progress. One potential solution for that is online teaching and online classroom. This provides a flexible solution that works for tutors as well as students. Of course, the vast …

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