Volunteer for one of our most ambitious and exciting in-school programs
The Tutorfair Foundation are really excited about this new in-school program at Ark Evelyn Grace Academy in Brixton, SE24. We're working with local charity Sir Walter St John's to provide free tuition for students at the school. It's the most ambitious and exciting in-school program we've had so far, as the program is aimed at high achievers and good pupils to help them get amazing grades, which we think will be a very rewarding volunteering experience. We're also working with Pete Kirby to set this up, who has been running the Tutorfair Foundation and is now working as a teacher!
Interested tutors should apply now for the opportunity to work with top students to help them achieve!
What will I gain from volunteering through Tutorfair?
Here at Tutorfair, we want to ensure we reward our tutors for their hard work, which is why volunteer hours will count toward your Tutorfair hours too. The more hours completed through Tutorfair, the more you will earn with every hour that you teach!
Additionally, the Foundation will complete a full enhanced DBS check – free of charge! This can then be renewed on the update service.
What are the rewards of volunteering?
Volunteer work gives access to students who would not otherwise benefit from tuition. For tutors, it is highly rewarding for multiple reasons - but don’t just take our word for it! Read some of our fantastic volunteer blogs from Sasha M, David M & Clement O to find out more on about their volunteering experiences, and why they found volunteer tutoring so rewarding.
How can I be involved?
If you're an English or Maths GCSE tutor, and you're interested in volunteering for this program, head to the "Opportunities" section of your Tutorfair account and select the "Volunteering Opportunities" tab to apply directly (or email firstname.lastname@example.org for more information). If you don't teach these subjects - don't worry! There will be many other opportunities to volunteer in the future with the Tutorfair Foundation.