Created to support schools offering additional learning to pupils, NFER Classroom have produced a free, research-informed practical guide and poster on implementing effective tutoring in the classroom. Based on the evidence from evaluations of the first two years of the National Tutoring Programme (NTP), conducted by NFER and its partners, our bite-sized resources are ideal for school leaders and teachers in the classroom.
Our downloadable, practical guide provides evidence-informed answers to all your tutoring questions. Presented in an easy-to-read format that is structured into key themes and actions, our guide aims to help practitioners draw out the implications for schools to maximise their tutoring impact.
The guide to implementing effective tutoring
Find out all the answers to your tutoring questions here. Created for schools, our easy-to-use guide has been structured into seven key themes and actions to support maximum impact in the classroom.Read more
Discover our handy top tips for tutoring poster
In a rush? Check out our top tips for tutoring poster here. Share it with your colleagues or download the poster to put up in your staffroom!Read more
Evaluation of year 1 of the National Tutoring Programme
Read the full report from the evaluation of the first year of the NTP (2020/21) here.Read more
Evaluation of year 2 of the National Tutoring Programme
Read the implementation and process evaluation from the second year of the NTP (2021/22) here.Read more
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We were delighted to partner with Kantar Public and the University of Westminster on the evaluation of the first year of the National Tutoring Programme (NTP), which was funded by the Education Endowment Foundation; and also to carry out the evaluation of the second year, which was funded by the Department for Education. We are grateful to ASCL and NAHT for supporting the Implementing Effective Tutoring guide.