Approved NTP tuition partner
What is the NTP?
The National Tutoring Programme, or NTP, is a government scheme designed to support teachers and schools affected by the coronavirus pandemic. The NTP is primarily focused on disadvantaged students, such as those receiving Pupil Premium funding, but it is ultimately up to schools to determine how to allocate resources.
Schools benefit from subsidised tuition – up to 75% – when they work with approved NTP tuition partners such as TLC LIVE. We provide English, maths, science and humanities tuition for children aged 6 to 16 and we only use fully qualified UK-based teachers. We charge schools £20 an hour which means you can secure tuition for your pupils from £5 an hour as the other £15 is subsidised by the NTP.
Get in touch now to book your sessions with a fully qualified teacher. We have a limited number of hours available.
TESTIMONIAL - Charles Gilbank, Deputy Headteacher, Birchwood High School Hertfordshire: “Birchwood High School has been supported by TLC LIVE for over 15 years. We have been excited to be part of its evolution to online tutoring, which is now a key tool for any school. Whilst TLC LIVE’s delivery method may have changed, the core principle of having high quality, qualified teachers has not. This is the reason we continue to trust TLC LIVE to deliver to our students.
“When the ‘Covid catch up’ became available TLC LIVE were our first point of call for adding value to our students, supporting our teachers and giving confidence to parents. Offering a flexible and quality service to supplement our own high-quality teaching.”
What is TLC LIVE?
TLC LIVE is an affordable online tutoring solution, used by schools all over the UK. We are committed to delivering tailored content to every student, closing needs and skill gaps, and we are now an accredited, fully funded NTP tuition partner.
TLC LIVE only uses fully qualitied teachers who tutors are equipped to support students with:
Why should you choose TLC LIVE?
At TLC LIVE, we have been delivering high quality education to UK schools since 2004 and we currently work with more than half of England’s local authorities. Every one of our tutors is a fully qualified teacher, equipped to work with students from KS1 up to GCSE at varying abilities. We have over 20,000 hours of bespoke content – and we never use dull, engagement-reducing PowerPoints.
To maximise the benefit we offer and close skill gaps as quickly as possible, every student is given their own individual learning plan after an initial assessment. The plan can be adjusted as other areas of required academic focus come to light. Our fully qualified tutors leave feedback after each lesson providing information on the students’ performance and progress.
As an approved NTP tuition partner, TLC LIVE can offer subsidised lessons, bringing high-quality, affordable tutoring to more students than ever.
You can book your sessions here.
How much does my school have to pay for tutoring?
Tutoring received through approved NTP tuition partners is subsidised by up to 75%, meaning schools can receive tutoring from dedicated, qualified teachers for just £5 per hour.
Get in touch with our team to discuss your specific requirements through our contact us page.
How are NTP tutor sessions run?
Like all of our sessions, our NTP funded sessions are run online and held in real-time with a tutor, so the student can hear and speak throughout the session. During each session, a student works one-on-one with a qualified tutor who will teach up to three children at a time. The other students, in separate break out rooms, are taught by the same tutor during the same session. However, each student works on their own lessons, and students do not interact with each other.
When can my school start to receive tutoring?
Schools will be able to receive tutoring from November 1st onwards. Contact us and someone from our team here at TLC LIVE will reach out shortly. You can also consult our FAQs or book a free demo at a time that suits you.
Get in touch with our team to discuss your specific requirements.