We are taking on the fight against educational inequality, to close the attainment gap, bring education home and to enable every child to succeed.

Our story

Tutors United was founded in 2012; shocked at the difference in attainment between low-income children and their wealthier peers, we decided to make a change. Equally aware of the high levels of student unemployment in the UK, we combined two problems to create a solution and thus Tutors United was born.

We now specialise in providing affordable private tutoring to the children and families who need it most, operating multiple tutoring services at various sites across the UK with plans to expand further in 2015. So far we have worked with over 450 amazing pupils, 80 incredible tutors and the proud winners of the Teach First ‘Innovation Award’ in 2013 and the Unltd Living it ‘Enterprise award’ in 2014.

 

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Our commitment

We are committed to tackling educational inequality and always recruit the very best undergraduates to tutor the pupils who need it most. As a Parent, you will feel: pleased with your child’s progress, confident in your child’s ability to conquer their educational fears, supported by your programme officer and reassured by the affordable costs of our services. As a Tutor, you will feel: challenged by your role, rewarded by your accomplishments, inspired by your pupils and ready for your next venture. Why not find out about how it feels to work with us and deliver this service to the families and young people in your area?

Want to know more?

Parents & Pupils

Parents & Pupils

Could your child benefit from extra help with English or Maths during Years 5 & 6? Check out our programmes and see which one is best for you.

Tutors & Universities

Tutors & Universities

Thinking about becoming a Tutor with Tutors United? Let us explain why we think you’re making the best decision of your career so far.

Schools & Organisations

Schools & Organisations

Interested in finding out more about the possibility of working together? First, let us tell you a little bit about our current work.