Listen: how can you make sure you’re making the right decision for your child?

26th August 2021
Posted by Aston Avery

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The pandemic has had a devastating impact on education, with students expected to have missed almost half a year of in-school teaching since March 2020.

To combat this, the government has announced a series of catch-up plans that are hoping to address the issue. Recently, the Department of Education announced a 200m scheme to help schools offer catch-up classes over summer, whilst also promising a £1-billion national tutoring revolution which will see up to 100m tutoring hours for children and young people across England. But experts have suggested that the government support will not be sufficient to make up for these lost months in the classroom.

Aston spoke to CEO and founder of online tutoring platform Tutorful Mark Hughes.

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