Birthing Out The Full Potential In Every Young Person

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Breaking Barriers

At Arising Tutoring, we strive to break the barriers of social deprivation by creating access to educational support which will help to raise the academic attainment of young people, and to maximise their full potential. We achieve this by delivering the highest possible academic standards and creating a high quality learning experience which will encourage pupils to strive for excellence and to value their achievements.

Our provision is a central hub of the community. We believe that the development of young people is fundamental to improving the local community. We are committed to contributing our skills and efforts through knowledge exchange.

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Excellent Tuition Standards

We provide exceptional learning support across the age and ability range to ensure pupils achieve their full potential. Pupil progress is closely monitored to maintain high standards and to identify any gaps in learning.

Join us as a volunteer

Volunteer with us to provide either online or face to face support to disadvantaged pupils in English, Maths, or Science. By helping them to improve their academic attainment levels, pupils will be equipped with the knowledge and skills they need to progress into further education, employment or training.

By volunteering for just two hours a week you will be able to support disadvantaged pupils to improve their confidence and grades, which will allow them to access better further education and employment opportunities when they leave school.

It’s a great way to give back to the community, develop interpersonal skills, improve your communication skills, meet new people and enjoy learning from other experienced teachers and tutors.

We would be delighted to hear from you.

Please get in touch to request an application form.

you may be eligible for our ‘pay what you can’ scheme

Our ‘Pay What You Can’ scheme allows us to bridge the gap between social deprivation and quality education support to ensure that every family can have access to our services.