Family Learning Programme

At Tutors United, we know that parents play a super important role in their children’s learning and attainment. So, after spending the past 8 years working with Plant Earth’s coolest primary school pupils, we are now enhancing our impact by increasing the support we offer to their amazing parents.

We know sometimes it can feel like an uphill battle to help your child with their schoolwork and make sure they’re getting the help they need to stay on track. Whether it’s because you grew up learning completely different methods or it has simply been a long time since you were in primary school, we’re here to help.

 

Our Family Learning Programme is a fun and engaging tuition programme that brings families together to maximise results for their incredible pupils at the end of primary school!

What does the Family Learning Programme include?

For participating parents/carers

Online group sessions
Online group sessions

10 FREE Super Saturday group sessions led online by a trained facilitator with a background in teaching

Extra activities and resources
Extra activities and resources

Fun activities to do at home together to help support your child's success and boost their understanding of core subjects

Regular support in tricky topics
Regular support in tricky topics

Each group session looks at topics pupils regularly struggle with and how to support them in those areas at home

For their amazing Year 5 children

Weekly online tuition in core subjects
Weekly online tuition in core subjects

FREE weekly online after-school, small group tuition for pupils in Year 5

Fun and engaging tutorials lead by university students
Fun and engaging tutorials lead by university students

Confidence-boosting, attainment-raising tutorials in Maths and English delivered by trained and inspiring university students

Activities that support the National Curriculum
Activities that support the National Curriculum

Pupils follow a specially devised curriculum that supports the National Curriculum and sets pupils up to successfully transition to secondary school