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The National Tutoring Programme Year 2: Protocol Education Selected as a Tuition Partner

About 11 months ago By Scott Owen

National Tutoring Programme, NTP, Tuition, One-to-one Tuition. Small Group Tuition, Tuition Specialists

Protocol Education is an official Tuition Partner for the second year of The National Tutoring Programme  

Protocol Education has successfully been reappointed as a tuition partner of the National Tutoring Programme in year 2. This comes after a successful first year, which saw Protocol Education tutors delivered 42,300 hours of tuition to over 8,100 pupils in schools across the country.  

Ed Groombridge, Protocol Educations' NTP Sale’s Director, said “We are delighted to be working with the NTP for a second year. Protocol Education has fully embraced the mission that the NTP set out to achieve in November 2020, and we have been delighted by the results and impact our tutors have achieved.” 

“Year one was amazingly successful. We created systems to support, train and match tutors to the needs of children whose education had been impacted by the pandemic. It was incredibly rewarding work and we can’t wait to provide more help to children in year two.” 

“In year two, we will be drawing on all the feedback we received from tutors, schools and pupils during year one. We are going to refine our service to schools. We want to make sure the right tutor is always available to deliver the support pupils and schools require.” 

As a National Tutoring Programme Tuition Partner, Protocol Education has passed a rigorous set of quality, safeguarding and evaluation standards and is able to provide primary, secondary and special needs schools across the country with access to 15-hour programmes of heavily subsidised tuition across the full range of subjects. 

Find out more and book NTP Tuition for your school 

Sign Up to become an NTP Tutor 

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