If you were looking for an tutor for yr child, where would you look for one?

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Overseasmom100 Tue 22-Dec-20 17:11:57

Just curious where you would start or places you would go to to find a tutor

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TeenPlusTwenties Tue 22-Dec-20 17:18:24

Under Education there is a board called Tutoring which has some useful links.
I've used TutorHunt but they have changed their charging model.

Overseasmom100 Tue 22-Dec-20 18:33:32

Ah ok thank you.

So where else would you think to search if you didnt look on Mumsnet or Tutor hunt?

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Ginfordinner Tue 22-Dec-20 18:36:00

A lot of people post on our local Facebook page - people looking for tutors, and tutors advertising themselves.

1starwars2 Tue 22-Dec-20 18:41:17

Recommendations from other parents. Ask around...

SpaceRaiders Tue 22-Dec-20 18:44:16

As other posted have said mainly Facebook and other parents recommendations. Be prepared to go on a waiting list if you’re in the south east.

tiredteacher100 Tue 22-Dec-20 18:49:44

School. Loads of teachers tutor in their spare time and they'd be able to support the particular concepts they are doing at the time in school

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Jenifirtree Tue 22-Dec-20 18:50:37

Are you trying to advertise yourself, op?

PleasantVille Tue 22-Dec-20 18:52:40

It sounds like you are a tutor looking for suggestions about where to advertise yourself, is that right?

Posturesorposes Tue 22-Dec-20 18:57:27

Sorry you are very blatantly and obviously looking for a survey response for yourself or someone else. This doesn’t at all feel genuine.

Oblomov20 Tue 22-Dec-20 18:59:40

Local Facebook page : London chatter.

Or Other mums with older children, from school.
I got 2 recommendations from people I knew.

Overseasmom100 Tue 22-Dec-20 21:14:12

Gosh so suspious!! Yes Im asking as my friend is setting up in.the new year and I was helping her with some suggestions on where to list her classes....

The wonderful Mumsnetters came up trumps again with their quick responsive and positive replies...thank you

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