World Tutors’ Day

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World Tutors’ Day

World Tutors’ Day 2nd July is a chance for students and parents to say ‘thank you’ to tutors.

A tutor helped you through your A-Levels… #thankyourtutor

A tutor helped your daughter to read… #thankyourtutor

A tutor helped you to get your homework done on time… #thankyourtutor

A tutor helped your child to feel more confident in class… #thankyourtutor

A tutor helped you to love learning… #thankyourtutor

You might feel embarrassed that you needed a tutor. You might prefer people didn’t know. But 25% of UK students had a tutor in 2019 (and that number will be much higher in 2020-2021). It’s time we all realised that needing a tutor isn’t a sign that you’ve got a problem, it’s a sign that you’re clever enough to seek help. (And good tutoring really helps.)

So before you disappear off for the summer, take a moment to thank your tutor. You can’t imagine how much it will mean to them.

World Tutors’ Day

Send a thank you note to your tutor

Yes, it’s our job. But it’s so much more than that. We tutor because we care and because we want you to succeed. For World Tutors’ Day, take a moment to say thank you to the tutor who helped you, even if it was years ago. Gratitude makes the world go round.

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World Tutors’ Day 2nd July is a chance for students and parents to say ‘thank you’ to tutors.

A tutor helped you through your A-Levels… #thankyourtutor

A tutor helped your daughter to read… #thankyourtutor

A tutor helped you to get your homework done on time… #thankyourtutor

A tutor helped your child to feel more confident in class… #thankyourtutor

A tutor helped you to love learning… #thankyourtutor

You might feel embarrassed that you needed a tutor. You might prefer people didn’t know. But 25% of UK students had a tutor in 2019 (and that number will be much higher in 2020-2021). It’s time we all realised that needing a tutor isn’t a sign that you’ve got a problem, it’s a sign that you’re clever enough to seek help. (And good tutoring really helps.)

So before you disappear off for the summer, take a moment to thank your tutor. You can’t imagine how much it will mean to them.