Tutor agencies - section A
This section covers tutor agencies that actually know their tutors personally, ie they meet and interview them and keep in close touch.
We have visited and had extensive consultation with all the agencies in Section A. These are:
- Bonas MacFarlane (A)
- Bright Young Things (A)
- British Home Tutors (A)
- Carfax Private Tutors (A)
- Carfax College (A)
- De Silva Tutors (A)
- Enjoy Education (A)
- Gabbitas (A)
- Harrison Allen (A)
- Holland Park Tuition (A)
- Ivy Education (A)
- James Layland Tutors (A)
- Keystone Tutors (A)
- Osborne Cawkwell Educational Consultants (A)
- Simply Learning Tuition (A)
- The Basic Skills Centre (A)
- Tutor House (A)
- Tutors International (A)
Online tutoring is very much a growth business. It's cheaper than paying someone to come to your home, and can be more convenient. Some children positively prefer to interact online, though for others nothing can beat being able to discuss things face to face.
The agencies in this section are those which have been recommended to us by approbatory parents, whose tutors are happy, whose credentials and approach we have researched and which appear to us to do a creditable job but which we have not personally visited.
Tutor agencies in this section meticulously check references, CRB* records, etc but, partly because of the size of their lists, conduct their personal interviews only over the telephone.checks.
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