The National Tutoring Programme
The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) provides primary and secondary schools with funding to spend on targeted academic support, delivered by trained and experienced tutors and mentors.
There are 3 routes to providing subsidised tuition:
- academic mentors– full-time, in-house staff members employed to provide intensive support to pupils who need it
- tuition partners– tutors recruited by external tutoring organisations quality-assured by DfE
- school-led tutoring – members of a school’s own personnel, either currently employed or specifically engaged for this purpose, including retired, returning or supply teachers, support staff, and others
As part of this exciting opportunity, Royton and Crompton E-Act Academy have utilised all three avenues in order to ensure our students have access to the highest level of support. We work with high quality tuition partners that are registered with the DfE, we use our own teaching staff who are able to link tuition to our own high-quality curriculum, and we employ fully qualified teachers as out academic mentors.
We are able to focus on Math, English, Science, Humanities, MFL and reading in order to continually raise standards across the academy and pursue excellence. These interventions can be 1:1 or may be small carefully selected groups.
If you would like more information on how tutoring works at Royton and Crompton E-Act Academy, please get in touch via email.