Win a Kindle and three tutoring sessions with Tutorfair

Tutorfair tutors offer over 1,000 subjects at all levels from Maths and English, to Mandarin, Piano or Computer Programming

Tutorfair is a website where you can find and book the best local tutors for home tuition. It's a bit different as, for every student who pays, a free tutoring session is given to a child who can't (through its partner schools). That's the 'fair' part of Tutorfair.

Get connected to the brilliant people living around the corner, who can help fill in the learning gaps. From professional tutors, qualified teachers, PhD students, to economists and musicians. Tutorfair's tutors are keen to teach the subjects they've spent their lifetime learning.

It is easy to find and book a tutor, just search using your chosen subject and postcode. Tutorfair will show you all the best tutors in your area who you can then message for free, as well as book and pay for lessons securely through the website.

Visit Tutorfair to find and book the best tutors near you! 

WIN! One lucky Mumsnetter will win a Kindle, plus three personalised tutoring sessions - worth £209.99 in total!

Prize details:

  • Three tutoring sessions, to a maximum value of £150. The tutor will help address emotional factors such as confidence and motivation, as well as careful assessment to ensure lessons help the student accelerate in their chosen subject
  • Kindle eReader, 6" Glare-Free Touchscreen Display in black - worth £59.99

Simply answer the question below to be entered into the prize draw.

Competition closing date: 13 April 2016

Additional terms and conditions: 1. There is no cash alternative and the prize is non-transferable. 2. Parents may choose their own tutor from the website but the value of all three sessions will have a maximum value of £150. 3. The choice of tutor will be dependent on their availability. 4. If the winner doesn't live in the catchment area of any of the available tutors then a Skype alternative can be arranged. 5. The student must be six-years-old or over. 

Last updated: 5 months ago