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fees

ABOUT OUR FEES

Fees range from £40–70 per hour + (maximum £4 VAT) depending on the subject level required, the experience and seniority of the tutor.

For tutorials that are scheduled at the weekends or on bank holidays, an extra £5 per hour will be added to your invoice.

Home schooling – price on application.

Assessments for entrance exams and specific subjects – price on application.

For tutorials with two or more students – price on application.

registration

There is a £60 one off Registration Fee inclusive of VAT.

Payments of placement fee & subsequent Invoices

We prefer payment by direct bank transfer (our account details will be on your invoice)

travel charges

Travel charges may apply if the tutor is expected to travel over 10 miles.

residential tuition

For Residential Tuition in the UK (and abroad) we provide a price on application. This is based on 4 hours of tuition a day. The client will be expected to pay the standard rate for any supplementary hours of tuition. The client will also be expected to provide bed and board for the Tutor, as well as travel expenses.

For long term Residential Placements – price on application.

TESTIMONIAL

TUTOR: ROBERT B

“Rob really helped our boy turn a corner with his written English. He was struggling to make the same progress that he was making in other subjects and his school teachers were struggling to unlock the problem. They tried but with other children in the class there is a limit to what the school could achieve. Likewise we tried, but it was quickly clear to us that sometimes you need a specialist with skills, patience and independent perspective. Rob brought those aspects, and his engaging style made it hard for our son not to follow his lead. Most importantly Rob connected in a way that made it so much fun that it never became a challenge or a chore. We never had to encourage or cajole our son before the sessions, he absolutely loved every minute. He looked forward to Rob coming and was disappointed when he left. His sister was jealous she wasn’t getting the same treat – praise indeed! As result a fix was quickly made, our son is now up to speed with his peers and we have all learned some techniques to capture his imagination and keep using. Although we were initially hesitant, with the benefit of hindsight the money we spent on tutoring was probably one of best investments we ever made.”