Tutoring success with Connex Education Partnership

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New figures published today (19 July), show the growing impact of the Government’s National Tutoring Programme (NTP), with almost 1.8 million courses started so far this year across an estimated 80% of schools.


Connex Education Partnership, the education supply and tutoring specialist business in the Bluestones Group portfolio of companies, is proud to be an NTP approved Tuition Partner, providing support to children and young people whose education has been most affected by the disruption of the pandemic.

The Government report goes on to state, “with almost 600,000 course starts in the last two months alone, the boost in tutoring means the programme has now reached just under 2.1 million courses in total”.

Connex Education explain on their website HERE how all schools, SEND settings and AP in England can take advantage of subsidised high-quality tutoring and interventions when working with Connex Education Partnership. And as a well-established national education supply partner, the business is well-placed to work closely with tutors, education professionals and establishments that require this support.

Paul Broderick, CEO at Connex Education Partnership commented,

“The National Tutoring Programme is an essential initiative, designed to get students back on track following disruptions caused by the pandemic. As an approved multi-year supplier, we’re committed to utilising our national network of education professionals to support the programme and ensure every academic environment that requires tutors can access them through us”.

Find out more about Connex Education’s National Tutoring Programme offering on their website HERE, by watching the explainer video below, or by downloading their 2020/21 NTP Tuition Impact Report HERE.

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