The National Tutoring Programme
Supporting pupils across England
The Department for Education launched the National Tutoring Programme in academic year 2020 to 2021 to support schools and local authorities to provide tuition for their pupils. The programme is well-established, with the majority of state-funded schools in England now offering tutoring.
On 31 March 2022, the department announced plans to simplify the programme for academic year 2022 to 2023. These plans involve providing £349 million of NTP funding directly to schools and giving them the freedom to decide how best to provide tutoring for their pupils.
Cognition Education is proud to deliver the National Tutoring Programme.
Since 1989, Cognition Education has been focused on giving educators from all walks of life new ways to inspire their students. Starting out working in the New Zealand school system, Cognition Education has developed into a global provider of leading consultancy services with a focus on improving education outcomes for all learners.
Our work has taken us on a journey around the globe, bringing inspiration to teachers, educators and senior leaders from all walks of life. We proudly work with governments, ministries, schools, and educators to help drive up student success and close the equity gap.