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How to sort out 1 to 1 tuition

Discussion in 'Supply teaching' started by Moony, Feb 15, 2011.

  1. Moony

    Moony Lead commenter

    I'm thinking of other ways that I can bring some money in. I am on a
    long term placement at the moment but i'm thinking of a longterm source
    of extra money to help with the bills and the like. However it's not
    somethingI've got into before so i was wondering if anyone could point
    me in th right direction as to how to sort this out.

    Thanks in advance!!
  2. Do you mean one to one tuition as funded by the govt in schools? If so, you need to register (through the TDA?!) or sound out local schools to see if there's any work around. I suspect that as the funding is no longer ring-fenced that many schools will stop the provision and spend the money elsewhere. That's the impression I get talking to others. I'm still waiting to see what's going to come of the extra I've picked up...
    If you mean privately then there is a private tutors forum here where there are lots of helpful people dropping by :)
  3. Moony

    Moony Lead commenter

    Thanks!! I didn't know about the board for tutors, i'll go check it out. :)

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