High-quality teaching within the classroom should be the starting point for improving outcomes for students, however, some students will require further support and tutoring is an approach which can be used. Both one to one and small group tuition can be effective in improving student outcomes, and the way this tutoring is delivered can have an impact on effectiveness.
One to one tuition
High impact for moderate cost based on moderate evidence
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High impact for very low cost based on extensive evidence
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Small group tuition
Moderate impact for low cost based on moderate evidence
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Our Toolkit suggests that the provision of high-quality tutoring can have a positive impact on student outcomes. Both one to one and small group tuition can be effective, with one to one having a higher impact on average, but also costing more to implement.
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Implementing and monitoring tutoring initiatives
A guide for school leadership teams on implementing and monitoring tutoring initiatives.