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Synecdoche Fri 23-Jun-17 14:34:35

I'm looking into doing some online tutoring. I'm a fully qualified teacher with all the usual qualifications and would want to tutor KS3 and GCSE English.

Has anyone got any recommendations for which websites to work with, or any other experiences or advice?

Thank you!

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Synecdoche Fri 23-Jun-17 18:26:21

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Suzy82a Wed 28-Jun-17 12:18:47

Hello!

The only dedicated site I am aware of for online tutors is Spires. We used them for a level chemistry and all their tutors seems to have been at oxbridge. Quite reasonable as well, I paid £20 per hour for a lovely girl called Ellie and we live in the sticks so impossible to find a tutor of her calibre locally. Their online platform is really swish too. Highly recommend it. I think their URL is www.spires.co

Hope this helps. smile

Suzy

scoobydoo1971 Fri 07-Jul-17 20:58:19

I teach higher education students. The only agency I advertise with is First Tutors that have brought me lots of clients. You don't have to pay to register as a tutor, but the student has to pay for your contact details. I find them very easy to work with, and I have been with them since 2008. You can offer primary school right up to higher education, your details are verified by the agency and you can elect to do online/ off line teaching.

chrisphillips Fri 04-Aug-17 17:01:51

Hi

I work for a company called Satchel. We are the team behind the homework software Show My Homework also have a tutoring service, Satchel Tutoring. All our Tutors are fully qualified, DBS checked teachers and we always looking for new Tutors to join our service. Please take a look at our website. You can apply to be a Satchel Tutor online there.

Thanks!

Chris

arnavsachdev Thu 17-Aug-17 13:56:38

Hi,

There are lots of website where one can sign-up to become a tutor.
You can check out Wyzant, SuperProf, Preply.

At Preply, you can decide your own rates, subjects & schedule. The interface and overall system makes it very easy to connect to students.

Disclaimer: I work at Preply Inc. but I'm only recommending it because it's a great way to learn.

JenniferYellowHat1980 Thu 17-Aug-17 20:47:58

Is Preply an online tuition platform?

arnavsachdev Fri 18-Aug-17 09:32:14

Yes, Jennifer.

Preply is a global platform that helps connects students & teachers.

You can sign up as tutor through the following link - Become a Tutor

Norlak2233 Thu 19-Oct-17 12:59:09

I'm impressed by Tutor Hunt.

Scabetty Thu 19-Oct-17 16:42:13

I always use Tutorhunt.

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grace17 Mon 07-Jan-19 17:32:51

The Golden Circle offers online tutorials. They are all qualified teachers with classroom experience smile www.goldencircletutors.co.uk/contact

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margaritasbythesea Tue 08-Jan-19 11:39:24

I would also like opinions on this OP as I am looking into the same thing myself.

My twpennorth so far is that I had MyTutor recommended to me by someone who works for them but reading the reviews on Glassdoor.com I am not so sure. There are lts of complaints abut pay and the interface breaking down.

I have had Preply recommended to me by someone as a student. It´s good to see the recommendations here. I might give that one a go.

margaritasbythesea Tue 08-Jan-19 12:09:42

I have just read reviews of preply on the same site and they are worse!

I am interested in MyTutor because they have a programme set up with schools. I am hoping that this will fit in well around school hours for my children. It seems that you can also find yourself giving 5-10 lessons to the same pupil, which I would prefer. You do have to pay for your own DBS check though.

Litlover Mon 14-Jan-19 09:56:32

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improvetuition1 Thu 21-Feb-19 02:47:58

I know www.improvetuition.org/online-tutors-uk offers online tuition. It is small and so offers to ensure each child is monitored.

YoungGrasshoppers Thu 28-Feb-19 11:05:19

www.stargoals.co.uk are starting to offer online tutoring too smile

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