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How much would you expect tp pay for tutoring?

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clam Fri 04-Jul-08 21:05:31

What are the going rates, per hour, for tutoring for the 11+?
I ask because I reckon my mother should raise her fees, but she's reluctant.

SqueakyPop Fri 04-Jul-08 21:22:21

According to ATL, the going rate for private tutoring is £30 per hour plus reasonable travel expenses.

Blandmum Fri 04-Jul-08 21:23:13

I last tutored 6 years ago and gort £25 an hour, and that was out in the sticks

chocolatespiders Fri 04-Jul-08 21:23:40

£30.00 an hour

brimfull Fri 04-Jul-08 21:26:32

I paid £20/hr for dd and that was As level

minster Fri 04-Jul-08 21:27:59

I charge £25-30/hour.

TheApprentice Sat 05-Jul-08 11:56:47

I charge £20 an hour for primary age children.

clam Sat 05-Jul-08 13:46:26

So, does area make a difference? Would London be more than rural? Would supposedly "affluent" commuter belt towns warrant higher prices than elswhere? Or is it more localised than that? Or down to the business nous of the tutor?

fashionista Mon 14-Jul-08 07:13:01

the tutor we had for our ds charged £30 per hour and that was for maths,english and n/v, v/r to do at home.

singersgirl Mon 14-Jul-08 09:40:26

Here (SW London) recommended tutor with 4 year waiting list is £40 an hour single tuition, £25 paired tuition. Gulp.

solanum Mon 14-Jul-08 10:04:58

£40 an hour???? Who on earth pays that for the tuition? Is the success rate exceptionally high?

singersgirl Mon 14-Jul-08 10:38:28

Weeeeelll, I do and so do most of my friends/parents of DS1's friends. This woman is so booked up she teaches from 4.00 to 7.00 every school day and from 8.00 till at least 2.00 on weekends.

You kind of get sucked into the hysteria living here.

She does have a very high sucess rate, yes, and is also very good at making sure you apply to the right school for your child.

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