Professional tutoring associations
Content covering news and information about professional tutoring associations, in relation to Tutors International or the wider education industry.
Thursday, October 20th, 2016
Tutors International reports an increase in number of UK private tutoring enquiries following Brexit result
Adam Caller, founder of the leading tutoring firm, announced this week that the EU Referendum result has prompted an increase in enquiries from international families preparing to move to the UK. Rather than deterring wealthy families from investing in the UK, Brexit seems to have had the opposite effect, with families from the USA and countries such as China, Hong...
Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016
Tutors International announces search for experienced and broadly capable British private tutor required for GCSE preparation in Mallorca
Tutors International, leading provider of private tutors since 1999, today announced they have begun recruitment for a new full-time homeschooling role, working with a 16-year-old boy in preparation for crucial exams. They have begun their search for an experienced and broadly capable British private tutor. Adam Caller, founder of Tutors International, said of the role: “There is a lot of...
Wednesday, February 24th, 2016
Tutors International reports growing demand for private tutors: a more flexible and rewarding career solution for unhappy teachers?
In contrast to alarming revelations last year that up to 53% of UK teachers are considering leaving the profession, Tutors International has reported record demand for talented private tutors, worldwide. A YouGov survey , published in October, suggested that morale has plunged so low within the teaching profession that more than half of UK teachers are considering quitting in the...
Friday, September 18th, 2015
Tutors International is recruiting a full-time Italian/English speaking private tutor with expertise in early-years development
Specialists in providing exceptional tutors to UHNW families around the world, Tutors International is seeking a tutor with early-years background experience for a single placement based in Rome, Italy, with the possibility of relocation to London. The full-time private tutoring vacancy requires an experienced educator for an Italian family with two boys, aged 4 and 2. The role is principally...
Wednesday, September 9th, 2015
Private tutoring specialist supports EY in disregarding academic results given decline in academic standards
Founder of private tuition agency, Tutors International, today released a statement in support of EY’s news they are no longer taking A-levels and university qualifications into account when hiring. Private tutoring specialist, Adam Caller, who founded Tutors International in 1999, today released a statement that responded to the recent news by global accountancy firm, EY, that it will be scrapping...
Monday, July 27th, 2015
Tutors International shortlisted for three EducationInvestor 2015 awards
Tutors International, provider of full-time residential tutors worldwide, is shortlisted for three categories at the prestigious EducationInvestor Awards, including Recruitment Service – Education Supplier and Exporting Excellence. Attended by over 700 leading figures from across the educational sector, the EducationInvestor awards are recognised as a benchmark for quality within the educational sector. The awards were launched in 2010 to promote...
Monday, July 20th, 2015
Educating your children abroad: Tutors International publishes advice for families bringing their children overseas
Adam Caller, founder of leading private tuition provider Tutors International and independent education consultant, today published an article on the costs and benefits of home schooling children of families who live abroad. There is a lot to think about when it comes to educating your children abroad. Independent Education Consultant, Adam Caller, has today published an article for expat parents...
Wednesday, April 15th, 2015
“Topic-based learning takes off in schools” Tutors International comments on blended learning
Global provider of full-time home tuition, Tutors International, today commented on the rise of topic-based learning in schools. The world’s leading provider of full-time private tuition, Tutors International, today commented on the growing popularity of topic-based, or project-based, learning in UK schools, and how this style of education has been used successfully at Tutors International for many years. Their comment...
Monday, November 10th, 2014
Tutors International search for private tutor for Los Angeles family
Tutors International, global provider of full-time private tutoring, announced that it is inviting applications for a private tutor to deliver after-school and weekend tuition to five boys in Los Angeles, USA. Tutors International provides homeschool tuition for UHNW families around the world. Today they announced a vacancy for an experienced tutor to provide after-school home tuition for a family of...
Monday, August 18th, 2014
“The UK needs private universities”: Tutors International criticises Government’s applicant restrictions on top universities
Adam Caller, founder of Tutors International, today criticised application controls imposed by the Government on Oxford and Cambridge Universities, claiming it will ultimately destroy the UK’s place in the world knowledge economy. He proposes that the UK could benefit from having private universities. Founder of Tutors International, Adam Caller, who has variously taught in state and independent schools, as a...
Monday, August 11th, 2014
“Like royal nannies, private tutors must show loyalty and deference”, claim Tutors International
Leading private tutoring agency, Tutors International, today compared the qualities expected in the most elite of private tutors with those of royal nannies. As Prince George turns one year old, there is much discussion about royal babies and their raising. Describing the qualities essential in a recent article in the Telegraph, the author states that royal nannies must show loyalty...
Monday, August 4th, 2014
Tutors International shortlisted for three EducationInvestor 2014 awards
Tutors International is shortlisted for three categories at the prestigious EducationInvestor Awards, including Education Business of the Year and Exporting Excellence. As the world’s leading provider of full-time private tuition, Tutors International is the only Private Tutoring company shortlisted outside its own category at the EducationInvestor Awards 2014 EducationInvestor has organised the award ceremony for the last five years. The...
Monday, July 28th, 2014
“Maths and science careers are not enticing enough for students to want to continue study”, says Tutors International
Tutors International, the world’s leading provider of full time private tuition, today announced that while they agree with the Royal Society’s view that maths and science should be compulsorily taught post-GCSE, akin to the US style of education, the UK needs to ensure its science careers are more attractive to students. Leading global tuition agency, Tutors International, which was founded...
Monday, July 21st, 2014
Sports provision in private home-schooling excels sports provision in private schools: Tutors International reports rise in privately tutored sports stars
Tutors International, the world’s leading provider of full time private tuition, today reported that they are home-schooling more students who hope to become professional athletes than ever before Adam Caller, who founded prestigious global tuition company, Tutors International in 1999, today reported that the agency has full-time private tutors for more sports professional hopefuls than ever before. Mr Caller commented,...
Monday, July 14th, 2014
“Boarding school pupils can have a sense of entitlement, misogyny and a swagger that is unattractive,” say Tutors International
Tutors International, the world’s leading provider of full time private tuition, today commented on a recent article about poor leadership skills in ex-boarding school students. Founder, Adam Caller, describes the character traits that make good leaders, which are rarely found in boarders who often struggle with the pressure from their environment. In a recent article by The Guardian psychologist Nick Duffell...