Whilst backing Government action, the Association recognises that many parents are now facing the challenge of an indefinite period of home schooling. We acknowledge the great work that schools are already doing in helping provide material and lesson plans for their students, and are keen to complement this work in the most effective way possible. Tutors are in a strong position to assist parents not just with the delivery of content (should they deem that necessary), but in assisting with the creation of a balanced programme of academic and non-academic activities to maintain the focus of students in a planned and low-stress way. This is important not just for the children, but for the sanity of parents attempting to balance the competing priorities of their childrens’ and their own workloads.

We would encourage parents and guardians to use Tutor Association Members; all TTA members possess a valid DBS check and have signed up to a rigorous Code of Conduct and robust Child Safeguarding protocols.

 Parents can check who is a member here.

Members of the Tutors’ Association understand that schools are doing all they can during these unprecedented times and many are offering support mainly at the after school or holiday periods when parents may appreciate time to switch off or catch up with the demands of also running a household, rather than help with essential homework and revision.

Visit this page to take a look at these offers, some are open to all students and some may only apply to children of Key workers. 

Please feel free to contact any of the companies listed and share these offers.


The Tutors' Association (TTA) is the only professional membership body for tutoring and the wider supplementary education sector in the UK. Becoming a member The Tutors' Association signifies becoming part of the UK government recognised professional body.  

As well as supporting our Members we inform the public on all things to do with tuition and supplementary education in the UK. 

Schools, pupils and parents are increasingly working more closely with tutors to help raise pupils’ attainment and confidence. Yet the role of tutors and supplementary educators has gone largely unrecognised. The Tutors' Association seeks to change that and raise the sector’s profile by promoting tutoring as a viable profession and encouraging professional development. 

If you are part of an industry or profession that needs to get its voice heard, consider joining a professional body – even if there is nothing you want out of it personally. By being a part of it you are actively contributing to the protection and well-being of the sector in which you have chosen to operate. ‘The greater good’ may not be a popular motivation – but it is one that really matters.  Through our Affiliate Partner Network, we can offer members a range of resources from discounted books to legal and accountancy services, training and more.   


Subscription to the Association's Code of professional practice for organisational and individual members and the Code of Ethics for Individual Tutors is a requirement of membership. Corporate members are responsible for monitoring whether tutors with whom they work honour these codes.

TTA registered tutors are required to have a DBS less than three years old. They should adhere to the Association's Child Protection Guidance and if working for a Tutoring company, sign up to and adhere to their policy.

Online Tutoring Companies should hold a Code of Conduct which should include a clause on cyber-bullying. 

Click here for more reasons to join The Tutors' Association and to find out about the many benefits and resources available to our members. 

Are you looking for a Tutor?

We do not run a service that finds tutors for individuals, however we are happy to provide advice to help you make the best decision. You can certify if a Tutor or Tutoring Company is a registered Member here.

Is hiring a tutor a good idea in the first place? What do you have to consider when it comes to choosing a tutor and how do you find one? What should you expect of your chosen tutor when it comes to the nitty-gritty of the engagement? click on the button to read the article.


 Membership-led, we are open and inclusive, valuing the involvement of all our members: to share ideas and experiences, to promote best practice, to be standard-bearers for responsible tutoring. 

Membership is designed for Individual tutors, including both freelancers and those who work for companies and  Tutoring Companies, Study Centres, and Agencies in the UK or abroad   

Become part of a community of fellow professionals


Gain access to specialist courses and webinars


Benefit from carefully chosen and negotiated discounted resources 


 Exchange information and experience 


 Gain recognition of a commitment to behaving ethically and professionally


Put the power of TTA branding behind your business  


  Help shape the future of the profession  


National Conferences, online webinars, networking events and more!Take advantage of the vast array of events where you will have the opportunity to hear about some of the most relevant topics and make valuable long-lasting connections. 

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