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Online Learning Service

Flexible Online Teaching and Support Staff Available

Supporting Your Online Learning Strategy

Protocol Education's Online Learning Service is a flexible addition to your existing online learning strategy. We provide qualified teachers and experienced support staff to work online with your pupils in a number of ways, including:

  • Whole Class Teaching - Qualified, subject and Key Stage specialist teachers to conduct whole-class broadcast lessons using the platform of your choice.

  • Small Group Work - Teachers and tutors to work with small groups of pupils (1-to-3) providing focus and engagement for the pupils who may struggle otherwise.

  • Additional Support for Children with Special Needs - Experienced Teaching Assistants to deliver one-to-one to support to learners with special needs and peripatetic support during broadcast lessons like a traditional in-class TA.

  • Catch-Up Tuition Sessions - Our experienced and trained tutors can deliver your catch-up tuition programme online to individuals and small groups. Protocol Education is also an official tuition partner of the National Tutoring Programme and certified to deliver NTP tuition sessions online.

  • Behaviour Support Sessions - Experienced behaviour mentors to work one-to-one with pupils to develop behaviour management techniques that will improve learning outcomes online and back in the classroom..

Discuss Your Online Learning Requirements

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How Protocol Education's online teachers, tutors and support workers successfully supported pupils through the school closures of 2020:

“Protocol Education’s online Tuition package teamed up with their specialist staff has allowed us to continue building relationships with our young people throughout lockdown and September, ensuring that we know they are safe and provided educational support they need to thrive in future”  

Victoria Banks, Virtual School Head Teacher, Middlesbrough 

"Online tutoring for some of our more vulnerable students was invaluable and is now continuing with some students who are unable to access school long-term."

Lyndsey Johnson-Laird, HR Manager

"Since the lockdown all of our students that are taught by Protocol Education are using Bramble and even some students that tuition was paused for were reinstated because of this. Ours students are continuing to access high quality educational resources, teaching and learning. Student feedback is positive and educational outcomes are strong."

Michelle Salter, Virtual School Head Teacher

"I just wanted to say a massive thank you for all of your help setting up the online tutoring! I really appreciate all the help you’ve given me on setting up something very alien to me in such strange circumstances! We’ve had some really lovely comments from parents and students about how much they’ve appreciated the additional support! "

Vicky Hepworth, Associate Assistant Headteacher
Allerton High Business and Enterprise School

Discuss Your Online Learning Needs

Start the process here. Discuss your needs, explore the options and build an online learning programme that supports your pupils through the school closures and beyond.

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