Thank you one and all, in advance, for replying. I really appreciate it! I head a happy collective of very skilled, experienced and enthusiastic tutors. Once the Government presented the opportunity to help support our most vulnerable students, we were of course, 'all on board'. Roll on the NTP... I think we're pretty sure of how to satisfy one of our customers - the children - we've done that for over 10 years and worked online, from Week 1 of Lockdown. However, in these weird times, with Covid and bubbles, I'm not so sure that we know what the current priorities are for Headteachers and teachers? I am particularly concerned about the current difficulty of physical space in schools. Is it going to present a real headache to accommodate a troupe of tutors? If so, would you prefer online? Any preference of platform? How would you anticipate good communication to look - before, during and after the sessions? Finally, what of continuity - how do you think that we should ensure that gains made (as ever, the optimist) persist for the academic year and beyond? Thanks again for your input, .