Non-mainstreams, we can help!
Non-mainstream settings such as PRUs and charities use Tute to provide their students with learning opportunities that may otherwise not be possible. By building a partnership, we can overcome challenges that often prevent students reaching their potential and pursuing their aspirations.
How are non-mainstream settings using Tute?
For non-mainstream settings Tute is helping to engage some of the hardest to reach students. Our Learning Cloud is a genuinely inclusive online classroom where students can interact with teachers and with one another in the way that works best for them. Our subject specialists are helping to broaden curriculum offers and our small group lesson are reducing isolation for students unable to attend school.
Tute allows Chessbrook to create a structured timetable. Students can be working online from home on their core subjects with Tute in the morning and then join staff in the centre for face-to-face teaching and mentoring in the afternoon.
Using a mixture of both private and shared provision, Tute delivers a fixed weekly timetable (their KS4 Classroom) for KS4 students through a private Learning Programme. They also refer students on a short-term basis to our shared Virtual School.
Quote from Chessbrook: We would 100% recommend Tute Education to any school or parent out there. Tute provide live, dynamic and exciting lessons and are by far the leading company in providing online lessons for young people.
West Sussex Alternative Provision College (APC) operates across seven locations in West Sussex, providing education for children and young people who have been permanently excluded, those at risk of exclusion and those out of school for medical reasons.
West Sussex APC partnered with Tute to provide robust online education to pupils unable to attend physical provision for a variety of reasons. Students have benfitted from a blend of Tute’s shared Virtual School and private Tute Go lessons has been used successfully by APC Online.
“Some pupils have been able to return to physical provision following engagement with Tute. We have been able to develop bespoke packages that suit the needs of our learners and develop confidence through attendance increases and access to appropriate activities.” - Ben Thomas, Deputy Headteacher West Sussex APC
Tute provided breadth to the curriculum offer and enabled Harmony to deliver a private GCSE English course to their students as a group.
Their bespoke English lessons have encouraged good engagement and a tailored setting of tasks. Tute has been flexible to adapting lessons to meet the needs of their students.
Sandwell Community School teamed up with Tute early in 2020 to add breadth to their curriculum and to provide greater access for their students in core subjects. They use a range of shared and private programmes, ranging from shared Virtual School to support students who have been excluded for the short term, as well as private Tute Go programmes which allow their students to fill gaps in their learning and prepare them for re-joining mainstream school or moving on to college.