Covid-19: £76m National Tutoring Programme launches An intensive tutoring programme to help disadvantaged children whose learning has been most affected by the coronavirus pandemic has launched today (2 November)

A total of 32 organisations, including charities, a school partnership, and private firms have been selected as “Tuition Partners” by the Education Endowment Foundation, which has received £76m to run the initiative, part of the National Tutoring Programme, on behalf of government. Tens of thousands of pupils are likely to be enrolled in the first six weeks, with provision increasing further after Christmas. As tutoring capacity across the country grows, schools serving the most disadvantaged communities will be prioritised.

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