Tutoring Heroes

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Confidence-building academic support

Give your child the boost they need to succeed, with personalised online tutoring

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Why choose us

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Building your child’s confidence is at the heart of what we do, as lack of self-belief is often the biggest barrier to success.

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Our personalised tutoring programmes are tailored to fit each child’s unique learning style, strengths, and goals.

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We build constructive feedback into our sessions to guide your child’s progression. You will also receive free progress reports via email following each lesson. 

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Our families have access to the best online tutors in the business (only 4% of applicant tutors are accepted). We conduct regular tutor assessments and background checks. 

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Our pricing is flexible, affordable (lessons from £23/hr), and you’re under no obligation to commit. We believe every child deserves the highest standard of academic support.

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Affordable
one-to-one tutoring in maths and English from the comfort of your own home

Affordable one-to-one tutoring in maths and English from the comfort of your own home

Unlock your child’s potential with confidence-building academic support that paves the way for a future of achievement and self-belief.

Why parents love Tutoring Heroes

800+ students supported!

The UK’s fastest growing online tutoring service

Join our growing community of inspired learners and empowered families

83%

of our students move up by one grade or more!

100%

of our students say they feel much more confident!

How does Tutoring Heroes work?

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Step 1: ‌ Book your FREE taster

You and your child can meet their tutor at a time and date of your choice. They’ll introduce you to our super easy online whiteboard and run through some fun exercises with your child. This will show them how best to improve your child’s confidence and help them get ahead in maths and/or English.

Step 2: ‌ Get your personalised programme

We design a personalised learning programme specific to your child’s learning style, strengths and goals. You’ll never get a generic, “out-of-the-box” lesson with Tutoring Heroes! Finally, you choose a convenient time for your child’s weekly 1-hour lesson to take place.

Step 3: ‌ Start learning!

During their 1 to 1 session, your child’s personal tutor will take them through a series of fun exercises designed to improve their performance and build their confidence in maths and/or English. Most students find that the hour’s lesson flies by!

Step 4: ‌ Receive targeted feedback

Your child’s tutor will reserve the final 5 minutes of their lesson to provide you with feedback about their progress. Alternatively, you can choose to receive this feedback via email. Either way, we will always keep you updated about your child’s learning journey.

Now, sit back and enjoy watching your child’s confidence grow week by week!

The Tutoring Heroes Team

Suki

Uswah

Tiana

Zaynab

Jessica

Aliceah

Arianna

Autumn

Ben

Alexis

Chloe

Farah

Grace

Gregory

Mel

Prisha

Rabia

Shair

Sipeng

Shatha

The Tutoring Heroes Team

Our world-class tutors inspire students and empower families

Parents choose Tutoring Heroes because unlike other online tutoring providers, we are truly invested in our students’ futures.

We select our tutors based on their skills and qualifications, but also based on who they are as people.

A positive learning interaction can inspire a child for a lifetime, which is why all our tutors are fun, friendly, supportive, and passionate about what they do.

From our humble beginnings, Tutoring Heroes has grown into a network of over 40 tutors!

All our tutors are UK-based, background-checked and thoroughly assessed for their suitability before being invited to join our team.

Our strict quality control measures mean that just 4% of applicants are successful.

Affordable, flexible pricing, with 100% satisfaction guarantee

Maths and English

1 hour of tutoring in both subjects, every week

£199 /month

saving 42%

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Maths or English

1 hour of tutoring in either maths or English, every week

£109 /month
saving 39%

Pay-as-you-go

1 hour of tutoring in maths or English on a PAYG basis

£40 /hour

No obligation and no contracts, you’re free to stop your child’s lessons at any time

Your child’s free taster lesson is 100% obligation free - you will not be asked for payment details when arranging the trial, nor will you be automatically signed up for further lessons.

We know that situations change, and for that reason, flexibility is essential. Our pay-as-you-go option lets you pay on a lesson-by-lesson basis, while our block-booking option allows you to pay one month at a time to take advantage of sizable discounts!

Our monthly plans are rolling, which means you will never be tied into an ongoing contract. You’re free to cancel your child’s lessons at any time, for any reason.

Book your FREE LESSON

Your child’s success story starts here. Book your FREE introductory lesson today.

FAQ

Following your free trial, you’ll receive a courtesy email to ask you about your experience – we value your feedback!  At this point, you’ll be asked whether your child would like to continue with lessons. If you opt out, we won’t hassle you to continue.

We make every effort to match children with the right tutors. Parents of shy children often remark how much working with their Tutoring Heroes tutor has increased their confidence and brought them out of their shell. 

No. We’ll ask you some questions about your child to make sure we choose the best tutor to meet their needs. We take into account your child’s personality, strengths, and areas for improvement, as well any other information you feel will help.

When you book, we’ll ask you some basic questions about your child’s strengths, goals and preferences, so we can find the perfect tutor for them. You’ll then receive an email to confirm that your free taster lesson has been booked.

Yes, you’re free to cancel at any time – we do not tie our families into contracts.  Note that if you have block-booked sessions to take advantage of a discount, any outstanding lessons already paid for cannot be refunded.

Satisfaction of both parents and children is extremely important to us. We’ll endeavour to find out what your child didn’t enjoy about the lesson, then seek to resolve the issue – for instance, by switching them to another tutor.

No, all lessons are conducted using our simple online whiteboard. You’ll be sent easy-to-follow instructions telling you how to access the online whiteboard prior to your child’s first lesson.

We can’t guarantee improvements in scores or grades – all children respond to tutoring differently. However, 83% of our students move up by one grade or more with 4 to 6 months of regular tutoring.

No, it isn’t necessary to wait. If you’re not sure when the best day and time for your free lesson will be, we recommend booking a spot based on your best guess. You can change your booking when we email you to arrange the session (subject to availability).

We always do our best to work around your child’s needs. Let us know if you need to delay or reschedule a lesson and we’ll rebook at a time that suits you, and your child’s tutor.

Join our growing community of inspired learners and empowered families

Suki

During her time at primary school, Sukirith struggled with maths finding it difficult to truly understand the more challenging topics.  Despite these initial struggles, Suki worked hard to overcome her low confidence in maths and achieved top grades in both GCSE and A-level maths!  Suki has shown that it is possible to turn a weakness into a strength and that lacking confidence in maths at an early age does not need to determine future success in the subject.  Suki has since helped students struggling in maths at her local primary school and she is currently completing a BSc in Economics at Aston University.  Suki is friendly, patient and understanding of the struggles students face in their learning and she takes great pride in the fact students love their online lessons with her.

Uswah

Uswah is an incredibly compassionate and enthusiastic tutor who embodies Tutoring Heroes’ core philosophy of helping others.  Uswah prides herself on helping students lose their fear of maths and English, replacing this fear with a newfound enjoyment of the subjects.  As an active member of her University’s Muslim Society, Uswah has played a leading role in raising over £6,000 for charity.  In addition to this, she volunteers weekly for the homeless charity, Strathclyde Street Care.  Uswah is able to build incredibly inspiring and productive relationships with her students, who benefit not only from her subject expertise and tutoring skills, but her ability to act as a role model.

Tiana

Tiana has volunteered as a primary school teaching assistant, been an Economics Subject Leader, and mentored children through her roles as House Prefect and Year 7 Prefect during her A-levels, and so she has extensive experience working with and teaching students.  Tiana has a natural ability and willingness to form genuine relationships with her students.  Due to her experiences, and having gone through the 11+, GCSEs and A-levels herself, Tiana understands exactly how challenging preparing for exams can be.  This is why she is so passionate about instilling perseverance into students, through her patience and enthusiasm, along with the belief that they can do anything they work hard at.  As well as her academic success, Tiana is an avid singer and enjoys playing netball for her university team.

Zaynab

Currently studying Maths at the University of Strathclyde, Zaynab is a tutor who excels at building positive relationships with her students and instilling them with confidence.   Recently described by a parent as being ‘so thorough and yet so fun’, Zaynab excels at making maths both accessible and enjoyable for our students.

Jessica

 Jessica is currently studying Clinical Pharmacology at St George’s University of London.  She is an avid reader, netball player and Formula 1 enthusiast.  Jessica has always had an affinity for teaching and learning.  Throughout both secondary school and sixth form, Jessica took part in multiple tutoring, paired reading, and peer mentoring schemes to help support other students.  These experiences helped her to gain valuable skills which are essential for tutoring.  Jessica really understands the positive impact 1-to-1 tutoring can have on a student.  She believes that tutoring is not only about improving the student’s performance in a subject, but also about instilling self-belief in them.  Jessica is committed to being as patient and supportive as possible to ensure each student can achieve their goals.

Aliceah

Aliceah is currently studying for a degree in mathematics at the University of Sussex.  She loves sharing her passion for maths with her students and has a wide range of experience supporting young people to achieve their ambitions, including through her role as Widening Participation Ambassador at Sussex University.  Outside of her love for maths and helping younger students, Aliceah is a keen artist (achieving A* in A-level fine art), photographer and crochet enthusiast!

Arianna

Ariana is a second-year biochemistry student at the University of Nottingham and she loves all things maths and science.  In her spare time, she enjoys developing her artistic skills, such as: creative writing, photography and playing the cello.  Arianna is a strong believer in the value of maintaining a diverse skill set and she uses her creativity to personalise the learning for her different students.  She is acutely aware of the importance of demonstrating patience and compassion to bring the best out of her students, which ensures that they make excellent progress in both their subject skills and self-confidence.

Autumn

Autumn has a stellar academic background, holding a BSc in Biomedical Sciences, MSc in Psychology and MSc in Phytochemistry.  Autumn has a talent for instilling a passion for learning in her students and being able to explain challenging concepts in simple ways; we are very lucky to have Autumn as a member of the Tutoring Heroes team.  In her spare time Autumn plays the saxophone and is a keen diver and martial artist.

Ben

When it comes to tutoring, Ben has lots of experience from both the student and teacher perspective.  Currently completing a Masters in Engineering, Ben has practised maths for many years at a high level, enhancing his understanding of the foundations of mathematics, which he loves passing on to his students.  However, learning has not always come easy to Ben and he has first-hand experience of struggling in school and needing to catch up with his peers.  As a result, it is easy for Ben to empathise with students who are currently struggling with their learning.  In his spare time, he enjoys playing the guitar and a wide range of sports including football and table tennis.

Alexis

Alexis is currently a Year 2 Undergraduate at New York University, pursuing a double major in Economics and Sociology at the College of Arts and Science.  In secondary school, Alexis achieved stellar results in her A-levels, with straight As across the board.  In particular, Alexis enjoys mathematics and literature, and strives to share her enthusiasm with her students.   Alexis has significant experience tutoring both in a private and voluntary capacity, and is known to be exceptionally friendly and patient, often going the extra mile to ensure students have a deeper understanding of the subject.  Beyond academia, Alexis loves hiking across new terrain, trying her hand at embroidery, and watching the intensely thrilling sport that is competitive figure skating.  Needless to say, she looks forward to meeting and interacting with her students during their weekly lessons!

Chloe

Chloe recently completed A Levels in Maths, Psychology and Art, achieving grades A*, A, B. She is now at university studying Primary Education in the hope of becoming a Primary School teacher.  Chloe struggled with English in school, but with the right support was able to achieve a grade 8 (A*) in her GCSEs.  Therefore, Chloe is aware of the importance of extra tuition for children and strives to not only improve their understanding but also their confidence.  Throughout school, Chloe gained experience working with children, including SEND children and young adults, and has recently been teaching on placement for her degree.  Chloe is very patient, calm and encouraging and thoroughly enjoys seeing her pupils make progress.

Farah

Farah has significant experience helping children improve their skills and understanding across a range of subjects (English, Maths, Coding and TOEFL), as well as being a young leader at her local Girl Guiding group.  A lover of the English language, Farah is currently studying for a Masters in Speech and Language Therapy.  Farah is an incredibly friendly, calm and patient tutor, who takes pride in the fact her students love their online sessions with her.

Grace

Grace is currently studying Architecture using her talents in art and design, combining them with her love and aptitude in maths, English and history to help to create her projects.  Her university career follows on from her successful school and college years where she gained the highest grades in her GCSEs and A-levels.  Grace has a wealth of experience working with younger students to help instil confidence and enjoyment - from peer mentoring, sports coaching and English and maths tutoring.  Having recently worked through exam processes herself, Grace understands the difficulties and pressure on young people, and is passionate about supporting students to achieve their full potential.  Grace strives to create a positive and reassuring learning environment where she can support her students with the most appropriate learning strategies and techniques for each individual student.  Grace is very proud of the partnerships she has built with her students, and how the subjects she supports them with often become her students’ stronger subjects.

Gregory

Gregory is currently a second-year law student (LLB) at King's College London.  However, getting into such a prestigious program was no easy task.  Prior to entering University, he would often burn the midnight oil, pushing himself to go above and beyond his studies. His efforts were not in vain, obtaining straight As in his GCSEs and A-levels, and securing a place at such a prestigious institution in London.  Gregory is motivated by wanting to ensure his students do not have to go through their school studies alone, and wishes to be there for them both as a tutor, and a source of inspiration.   Gregory prides himself on being patient and kind with those he is tutoring, focusing on understanding rather than mere memorisation of concepts.  He believes that with a strong foundation, all students can build up their understanding and tackle harder problems without difficulty.

Mel

Mel is currently studying for her Masters in Theoretical Physics, and enjoys being able to pass her enthusiasm for maths onto her students.  From experience, Mel appreciates the importance of having confidence in your own abilities in order to succeed.  This inspires Mel to focus her teaching on building her students’ confidence, knowing that it will in turn improve their maths.  In her spare time, Mel loves to read and crochet, as well as being a gym enthusiast.

Prisha

Prisha has a fantastic record of academic achievement in not only English and maths, but across the board, which makes her a very well-rounded tutor.  Prisha is currently pursuing a BSc in Product Design, which deepens her understanding of maths (and how it is applied) which enables her to bring maths to life for her students.  As an avid reader, English language and literature has always held a special place for Prisha, and this passion helped her to score full marks in the IELTS test.  Having worked on educational projects with young people, she is experienced at how to interact with them and explain concepts in a manner that is not only fun, but also does not overwhelm them.  Prisha works hard to ensure lessons with her students are not considered a chore and strongly believes that with the right support, every child is capable of great achievement.  Outside of education, Prisha plays for her university basketball team and is also a big fan of baking and dancing.

Rabia

Rabia is a highly organised individual who, throughout her GCSEs and A-levels, had been a peer-mentor to younger students, aiding them to build confidence with their reading and writing skills.  Through her Audiology degree at university, in which she supports patients of varying ages, Rabia has attained an appreciation of how to modify and adapt her communication style, in order to facilitate effective communication with different individuals, something that she also utilises in her tutoring sessions.  Being an avid reader, Rabia spends her free time reading books of different genres and time periods, and enjoys discussing with others the themes and messages in a particular novel/text.

Shair

Shair has a notable range of English tutoring experience across the student spectrum, teaching from KS2 and up to GCSE level.  Her aspirations to make a difference in the field of education continue to grow.  As well as through Tutoring Heroes, she teaches a range of students at her local tuition centre, ensuring they also receive the 1-to-1 support they need in order to fuel their progression in English.  An avid reader with an immense love to learn about different cultures and writings, Shair is currently in her final year of studying BA Comparative literature.  Shair is an approachable, friendly and considerate tutor, who ensures her students leave their lessons feeling confident and ready to take on new academic challenges.

Sipeng

Sipeng was originally educated in China where she developed a very strong understanding of maths.  After moving to the UK, she achieved the highest grade (A*) in GCSE and A-level maths.  Crucially, in addition to her strong maths ability, Sipeng has significant experience of tutoring and inspiring younger students to achieve beyond their expectations.  Sipeng recognises the positive impact that several teachers have had on her own education, and is driven by the desire to help her students in a similar way, so that they too develop confidence in their maths ability and achieve higher grades as a result.

Shatha

On moving to the UK aged 11, Shatha found that her maths skills were behind the standard expected, so Shatha has first-hand experience of what it feels like to struggle with maths.  Despite this initial struggle, Shatha achieved a Grade 8 in GCSE Maths and Further Maths, and an A grade in A-level Maths, proving how it is possible to turn a weakness into a strength.  Shatha has a range of experience helping children, including two years’ tutoring at a Kumon centre and volunteering at Sheffield Children’s Hospital.  A keen tennis player and trilinguist (English, Arabic and Spanish), Shatha particularly loves watching her students overcome their fear of maths, just as she did.