We believe all school students can benefit from online tutoring
Online tutoring experts for schools
TLC LIVE is currently working with half of England’s local authorities. Schools are partnering up with us for intervention and transition strategies, to booster classes, for gifted and talented support, and to help meet their pupil premium commitments. We are growing from strength to strength within local authorities and due to our efficient service we are able to:
Remove complicated admin and utilise consistent and useful feedback reports
Save money – more cost effective than face to face tutoring
Saving time – we schedule lessons and hire the teachers
Key benefits at a glance
Social workers, Carers and students will have access to feedback reports which are filled out after every lesson, this enables everyone to see the students progress in the lessons. Learn more.
Lessons are planned in advance based on assessment results, information from the referrer and the tutor’s own observations. However, our tutors are happy to adapt their plans if the student asks to work on something else, perhaps because they struggled with something they learnt in school and they want to go over it again. Learn more.
Targets can be set by you for the student which the tutors will use as the focus for lessons. We have content for every area of the national curriculum at every level so we are in a perfect position to help, whatever the goals may be. Learn more.
TLC LIVE partnership with Alternative Provision units to make sure tuition is targeted supporting with long or short term goals. Learn more.
Alternative provisions save money with TLC LIVE meaning they can offer tuition for more students, we are more cost effective than face- to-face tutoring. Learn more.
Summary reports are available on request and are useful for meetings to monitor students progress or to show a new placement the work being covered. Learn more.
Why TLC LIVE tutoring works
The key areas that schools are currently using TLC LIVE sessions for are:
Pupil Premium intervention + Students needing extra support + EAL students
Students who need additional lessons leading up to GCSEs or SATs
Gifted and talented children + Looked after children + Year 12 and 13 retakes
Children not attending school (due to exclusion, home tutoring, or long term illness)