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Golda Q

£30/hour

New

2 years

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As a Teaching Assistant, I am committed to raising attainment and I aim to develop learning by listening to my students needs and adapt to their learning style. I identify my students’ strengths and weakness of a topic and from there I can develop a targeted approach to meet their needs, ensuring that they grasp the basic concepts before I introduce them to more complex concepts. I have helped students I tutor to gain a better understanding of the subject which was evident when they independently corrected their mistakes of their baseline assessments. I am passionate about helping young people to maximise their potential and succeed in life which led me to volunteer as a Maths GCSE tutor for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. I previously worked as a Molecular and Immunoassay Scientist but having volunteered for an Education NGO in 2017, I found that helping young people with their Education strongly resonated with me. Since then, I have gathered experience as a Teacher Assistant at primary and secondary mainstream schools as well as primary special needs schools which has enabled me to become familiar with the National Curriculum.

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Golda Q

£30/hour

New

2 years

Approved Teacher

As a Teaching Assistant, I am committed to raising attainment and I aim to develop learning by listening to my students needs and adapt to their learning style. I identify my students’ strengths and weakness of a topic and from there I can develop a targeted approach to meet their needs, ensuring that they grasp the basic concepts before I introduce them to more complex concepts. I have helped students I tutor to gain a better understanding of the subject which was evident when they independently corrected their mistakes of their baseline assessments. I am passionate about helping young people to maximise their potential and succeed in life which led me to volunteer as a Maths GCSE tutor for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. I previously worked as a Molecular and Immunoassay Scientist but having volunteered for an Education NGO in 2017, I found that helping young people with their Education strongly resonated with me. Since then, I have gathered experience as a Teacher Assistant at primary and secondary mainstream schools as well as primary special needs schools which has enabled me to become familiar with the National Curriculum.

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Suleiman K

£20/hour

New

2 years

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I am a second year PhD student in the Control System group at the University Of Manchester. I graduated with a first class in Computer Engineering (undergraduate degree) and a distinction in Advanced Control and System Engineering (MSc). I currently work as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) in addition to my research work at the University of Manchester. I have been a GTA for two years now. I have worked as a lab assistant after my undergraduate studies where I help students with problems they may encounter during the lab sessions. I also worked as a volunteer for a charity to teach less privileged children mathematics and to enthuse them to take up STEM subjects. I am a person that is very patient with people and as such, I take my time to make sure students understand what I teach. I try to understand the strength and weakness of my students and help them to improve on both.

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Suleiman K

£20/hour

New

2 years

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I am a second year PhD student in the Control System group at the University Of Manchester. I graduated with a first class in Computer Engineering (undergraduate degree) and a distinction in Advanced Control and System Engineering (MSc). I currently work as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) in addition to my research work at the University of Manchester. I have been a GTA for two years now. I have worked as a lab assistant after my undergraduate studies where I help students with problems they may encounter during the lab sessions. I also worked as a volunteer for a charity to teach less privileged children mathematics and to enthuse them to take up STEM subjects. I am a person that is very patient with people and as such, I take my time to make sure students understand what I teach. I try to understand the strength and weakness of my students and help them to improve on both.

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Taryn D

£50/hour

New

8 years

Approved Teacher

I have been a primary school teacher for the past 8 years, working in London and have taught all ages from reception to year 6. I was Head of Maths for a few years. I’m a big believer of concrete and real life application before abstract methods. Then I turned to reading, developing a programme with United Learning for early reading, phonics for mainstream and SEND and created holistic curriculums with reading at the centre. I teach phonics first and fast but then use real books to promote reading. I can teach groups or individuals in Maths or English and I have experience in teaching children with different educational needs.

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Taryn D

£50/hour

New

8 years

Approved Teacher

I have been a primary school teacher for the past 8 years, working in London and have taught all ages from reception to year 6. I was Head of Maths for a few years. I’m a big believer of concrete and real life application before abstract methods. Then I turned to reading, developing a programme with United Learning for early reading, phonics for mainstream and SEND and created holistic curriculums with reading at the centre. I teach phonics first and fast but then use real books to promote reading. I can teach groups or individuals in Maths or English and I have experience in teaching children with different educational needs.

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Find experienced primary and Common Entrance Law tutors near you

Law is one of the most influential subjects a student will encounter. Learning about the court system and the functions of the government pave the way to a successful GCSE level. Our private primary Law tutors work with students to comprehend core legal concepts that will guarantee success throughout their primary education.

Understanding and getting ahead of these key concepts is crucial to succeeding during primary education. Our tutors are all DBS-checked and interviewed by us and primary specialists. A number of our primary Law tutors are also former primary teachers or teaching assistants. This means they have excellent backgrounds in what they bring to their lessons. They will also work closely with the student to develop a personalised learning plan for them.Our tutors are able to teach primary Law online or in person, and can assist the student with their Law homework or simply help improve their organisation and study skills.

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Law also features heavily throughout the entrance examination process. Whether the student is applying for a school at 7+, 11+, 13+ or 16+, they will have to prove their propensity in Law. Being prepared for the Law entrance examination, at any level, is important to school entry.Our Common Entrance Law tutors have all had several years tutoring experience. They work closely with students to get them into their first-choice schools.

These specialist exams require extensive amount of preparation, and often have several stages, such as the Commons Pre-Test, interviews and assessment days, and the Common Entrance exams themselves. With that in mind, being prepared for each component is hugely important.Tutor House tutors have helped students attain places at Eton College, Harrow School, Stowe School, Habedashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, Westminster School, City of London, Wycombe Abbey and many more.

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By default, when searching for a tutor you will be shown the nearest tutors to your location. Travelling longer distances may incur additional travel costs; however the tutor will inform you if this is the case, and any travel costs can be mutually agreed before the lesson is booked. Most tutors would expect to travel up to 45 minutes to get you, at no extra cost. If there are additional charges the tutor will make you aware of that. You can always ask the tutor for online lessons if there is the possibility of travel costs being added to the costs of your lessons. Most of our Tutors infact use Skype and can carry out lessons online with no additional cost. Sometimes online courses is the perfect answer.

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If a tutor is late for a lesson then it is the duty of the tutor to arrange to make up the lost time by finding a time that suits you both, either on the same day or another mutually convenient time. Usually the tutor will make up the time during the lesson. For example if the tutor was 30 minutes late they would stay an extra 30 minutes at the end of the lesson. If this is not possible you can then either ask the tutor to make up the time at the next lesson, or contact us and we will arrange a partial refund for you. If the tutor fails to do this then please contact us via disputes@tutorhouse.co.uk and we will respond to your dispute within 48 hours, if not sooner.

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Yes, we operate a 48 hour cancellation policy. Our policy protects both tutor and customer. You can cancel your booking without incurring any charges as long as it’s cancelled at least 48 hours before the lesson is due to take place. However, if you cancel your lesson within 48 hours you will be charged the full amount. If there is an unforeseen circumstance, then both the tutor and Tutor House will discuss this with you. In some situations lessons can be rescheduled (free of charge), but this is at the tutor’s discretion.

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If you are running late for a booking then please do let the tutor know via the in-app messenger as soon as possible because the tutor may still have to finish the lesson at the scheduled time, depending on his/her availability. However, tutors will usually try to make up time lost at the end of the session for the intended duration, although it’s important to note that this is at the tutor’s discretion. Tutors will usually wait for 30 minutes, but again this is at the tutor’s discretion – tutors may well have to leave at the original time for another lesson. If you are late for the lesson, tutors will charge for the full amount that has been agreed and confirmed. We operate a 48 hour cancellation policy, which means that if you cancel the lesson with 48 hours you will be charged the full amount.

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Once you have made the lesson request, you can communicate with the tutor. You can discuss your tuition requirements and the lesson timing with in-app instant messaging. The messaging is instant, so your tutor will receive the notification via both; the website and email. Hence he or she can respond to immediately. You may wish to discuss your preferred lesson time and date, or discuss which exam board you’re studying for A-levels and GCSE’s, or even to discuss specific text and books which you are currently studying. Also, You can communicate with the tutor with the instant in-app messaging at any point (before or after the booking has been made). Please note that it is possible for you and the tutor to mutually agree to booking changes after this stage. This must be done within the messenger app on the website. You can also use the same means of comunication to find out more about the tutor, after you have requested a booking. In addition to this you can always check the tutors reviews and ranking.

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Tutor House endeavours to ensure that both tutors and clients have the best possible experience with our service. We’re always here to help, so do reach out and contact us. If you ever have unresolved disputes with your tutor we will assist you in reaching a mutual agreement. We will do our utmost to try and resolve all disputes; however we may not be in a position to resolve every dispute. Please contact us via disputes@tutorhouse.co.uk and we will respond to your dispute within 48 hours, if not sooner.

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After selecting your tutor for your desired material, you can book a lesson right away! Send an inquiry to your selected Tutor and once a tutor accepts your inquiry, it will be registered as an ‘open enquiry’ within your messages tab. This is where you will be able to communicate with our tutors, discuss your requirements, arrange lesson times, and book and pay for lessons. When you submit your booking request, the credit card details provided will be subject to an authorisation hold (to the total amount agreed with the tutor for the cost of the initial session and for any other lessons which will take place thereafter). Not only that, but you can also rate and review your tutor once you’ve had your lesson! Tutor House values your feedback.

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While you think it is faster it elevates your risk and you use lose all the benefits of Tutor House policies. Paying the tutor directly is NOT secure nor protected. If you do pay a tutor outside of the Tutor House website you will not be protected by our 48 Hour Cancelation Policy, our Disputes Policy or our Refund Policy. We also can not protect you from fraud or spam accounts. Before messaging a tutor you are required to sign our Terms and Conditions. Any loss of earning would be considered a legal matter. Tutor House is designed to introduce excellent tutors to customers putting tutors in touch with students and learners. We help and support students to get the best out of their learning experience. If you use the Tutor House website you must complete all bookings within the online platform, including the arrangement of any other services provided by tutors for clients. If you make any arrangement with a tutor that you were introduced to through Tutor House, outside the online platform, either for tuition or payment, you will have broken our terms and conditions. In this case, neither the tutor or customer (parent or student) will be protected or covered, as mentioned above. For more information about payment please refer to our terms and conditions.

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Yes. All tutors must have a valid DBS certificate before their profile goes live on the Tutor House site. We do in-house DBS checks, which means we get DBS done very quickly. If a tutor’s DBS certificate is not validated or has expired then their profile will taken down until a new DBS certificate is issued. Although this is completely over to the tutor to notify us when it has expired. Once we’ve checked the tutors DBS, we are not responsible for keeping it up to date. A DBS (Disclosed Baring Service) is a way of checking tutors. Tutor House performs a background check, and a police checks. We make sure that all tutors are suitable to work with children and adults, before their profiles go live. The DBS replaced the CRB.

Find the Best Primary and Common Entrance Law Tutors Today

Looking for primary Law tuition with experienced tutors? Need a primary tutor for Common Entrance exams? We're here to help. Tutor House interviews all tutors and checks their DBS. Check out our website to find out more...

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Golda Q

£30/hour

New

2 years

Approved Teacher

As a Teaching Assistant, I am committed to raising attainment and I aim to develop learning by listening to my students needs and adapt to their learning style. I identify my students’ strengths and weakness of a topic and from there I can develop a targeted approach to meet their needs, ensuring that they grasp the basic concepts before I introduce them to more complex concepts. I have helped students I tutor to gain a better understanding of the subject which was evident when they independently corrected their mistakes of their baseline assessments. I am passionate about helping young people to maximise their potential and succeed in life which led me to volunteer as a Maths GCSE tutor for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. I previously worked as a Molecular and Immunoassay Scientist but having volunteered for an Education NGO in 2017, I found that helping young people with their Education strongly resonated with me. Since then, I have gathered experience as a Teacher Assistant at primary and secondary mainstream schools as well as primary special needs schools which has enabled me to become familiar with the National Curriculum.

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Golda Q

£30/hour

New

2 years

Approved Teacher

As a Teaching Assistant, I am committed to raising attainment and I aim to develop learning by listening to my students needs and adapt to their learning style. I identify my students’ strengths and weakness of a topic and from there I can develop a targeted approach to meet their needs, ensuring that they grasp the basic concepts before I introduce them to more complex concepts. I have helped students I tutor to gain a better understanding of the subject which was evident when they independently corrected their mistakes of their baseline assessments. I am passionate about helping young people to maximise their potential and succeed in life which led me to volunteer as a Maths GCSE tutor for young people from disadvantaged backgrounds. I previously worked as a Molecular and Immunoassay Scientist but having volunteered for an Education NGO in 2017, I found that helping young people with their Education strongly resonated with me. Since then, I have gathered experience as a Teacher Assistant at primary and secondary mainstream schools as well as primary special needs schools which has enabled me to become familiar with the National Curriculum.

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Suleiman K

£20/hour

New

2 years

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I am a second year PhD student in the Control System group at the University Of Manchester. I graduated with a first class in Computer Engineering (undergraduate degree) and a distinction in Advanced Control and System Engineering (MSc). I currently work as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) in addition to my research work at the University of Manchester. I have been a GTA for two years now. I have worked as a lab assistant after my undergraduate studies where I help students with problems they may encounter during the lab sessions. I also worked as a volunteer for a charity to teach less privileged children mathematics and to enthuse them to take up STEM subjects. I am a person that is very patient with people and as such, I take my time to make sure students understand what I teach. I try to understand the strength and weakness of my students and help them to improve on both.

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Suleiman K

£20/hour

New

2 years

Approved Teacher

I am a second year PhD student in the Control System group at the University Of Manchester. I graduated with a first class in Computer Engineering (undergraduate degree) and a distinction in Advanced Control and System Engineering (MSc). I currently work as a graduate teaching assistant (GTA) in addition to my research work at the University of Manchester. I have been a GTA for two years now. I have worked as a lab assistant after my undergraduate studies where I help students with problems they may encounter during the lab sessions. I also worked as a volunteer for a charity to teach less privileged children mathematics and to enthuse them to take up STEM subjects. I am a person that is very patient with people and as such, I take my time to make sure students understand what I teach. I try to understand the strength and weakness of my students and help them to improve on both.

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Taryn D

£50/hour

New

8 years

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I have been a primary school teacher for the past 8 years, working in London and have taught all ages from reception to year 6. I was Head of Maths for a few years. I’m a big believer of concrete and real life application before abstract methods. Then I turned to reading, developing a programme with United Learning for early reading, phonics for mainstream and SEND and created holistic curriculums with reading at the centre. I teach phonics first and fast but then use real books to promote reading. I can teach groups or individuals in Maths or English and I have experience in teaching children with different educational needs.

View Profile

Taryn D

£50/hour

New

8 years

Approved Teacher

I have been a primary school teacher for the past 8 years, working in London and have taught all ages from reception to year 6. I was Head of Maths for a few years. I’m a big believer of concrete and real life application before abstract methods. Then I turned to reading, developing a programme with United Learning for early reading, phonics for mainstream and SEND and created holistic curriculums with reading at the centre. I teach phonics first and fast but then use real books to promote reading. I can teach groups or individuals in Maths or English and I have experience in teaching children with different educational needs.

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Find experienced primary and Common Entrance Law tutors near you

Law is one of the most influential subjects a student will encounter. Learning about the court system and the functions of the government pave the way to a successful GCSE level. Our private primary Law tutors work with students to comprehend core legal concepts that will guarantee success throughout their primary education.

Understanding and getting ahead of these key concepts is crucial to succeeding during primary education. Our tutors are all DBS-checked and interviewed by us and primary specialists. A number of our primary Law tutors are also former primary teachers or teaching assistants. This means they have excellent backgrounds in what they bring to their lessons. They will also work closely with the student to develop a personalised learning plan for them.Our tutors are able to teach primary Law online or in person, and can assist the student with their Law homework or simply help improve their organisation and study skills.

Primary Law Tutor 1 Find Your Tutor

Tutor House: tutoring with a difference

We interview and screen all of our tutors.

All of our tutors are educated to degree level.

Every one of our tutors has an up-to-date DBS check.

Looking for a Common Entrance Law tutor?

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Law also features heavily throughout the entrance examination process. Whether the student is applying for a school at 7+, 11+, 13+ or 16+, they will have to prove their propensity in Law. Being prepared for the Law entrance examination, at any level, is important to school entry.Our Common Entrance Law tutors have all had several years tutoring experience. They work closely with students to get them into their first-choice schools.

These specialist exams require extensive amount of preparation, and often have several stages, such as the Commons Pre-Test, interviews and assessment days, and the Common Entrance exams themselves. With that in mind, being prepared for each component is hugely important.Tutor House tutors have helped students attain places at Eton College, Harrow School, Stowe School, Habedashers’ Aske’s Boys’ School, Westminster School, City of London, Wycombe Abbey and many more.

We understand how competitive the independent school entry process can be, which is why we only work with the best Common Entrance tutors across London and the UK.

100000+

Lessons taught

20000+

Students helped to achieve their learning goals

9 / 10

Parents would recommend Tutor House

Connect with a dedicated Tutor Guru

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Email us: info@tutorhouse.co.uk

How It Works

1. Search

Find the right tutor to fit with your location, schedule and learning style and objectives.

2. Message

Get in contact with your tutor with our convenient messaging platform and agree a time.

3. Payment Details

Leave your payment details on our secure system. Payment is only taken after the lesson happens.

4. Learn!

Enjoy your lesson with a highly experienced tutor and start achieving your learning goals.

Subjects We Offer

Accountancy

Art and Design

Biology

Business Studies

Chemistry

Classics

Computing

English Language

English Literature

Film Studies

French

Geography

German

Government & Politics

History

History of Art

ICT

Latin

Law

Media Studies

Music

Philosophy

Physical Education

Physics

Psychology

Religious Studies

Sociology

Spanish

Textiles

Theatre Studies

Tutoring FAQs

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Once you have found tutors which fit your criteria you can send an enquiry to them straight away. You’ll need to register with Tutor House before you can contact tutors (this is to order to ensure that you are protected by our Cancellation Policy and Refund Policy). To send an enquiry to your selected tutor(s) add them to your enquiry list and confirm by pressing the button at the bottom of the page. If you are a new user you will then be asked to register. If you are a returning user you will be prompted to sign into your account. Once signed in you will need to fill out your enquiry details and teaching requirements before sending your message to your selected tutors. After the enquiry has been sent we will contact you within 48 hours. If your tutor of choice has not replied within this time we will either contact them on your behalf or put you in touch with another of our highly experienced tutors.

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By default, when searching for a tutor you will be shown the nearest tutors to your location. Travelling longer distances may incur additional travel costs; however the tutor will inform you if this is the case, and any travel costs can be mutually agreed before the lesson is booked. Most tutors would expect to travel up to 45 minutes to get you, at no extra cost. If there are additional charges the tutor will make you aware of that. You can always ask the tutor for online lessons if there is the possibility of travel costs being added to the costs of your lessons. Most of our Tutors infact use Skype and can carry out lessons online with no additional cost. Sometimes online courses is the perfect answer.

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If a tutor is late for a lesson then it is the duty of the tutor to arrange to make up the lost time by finding a time that suits you both, either on the same day or another mutually convenient time. Usually the tutor will make up the time during the lesson. For example if the tutor was 30 minutes late they would stay an extra 30 minutes at the end of the lesson. If this is not possible you can then either ask the tutor to make up the time at the next lesson, or contact us and we will arrange a partial refund for you. If the tutor fails to do this then please contact us via disputes@tutorhouse.co.uk and we will respond to your dispute within 48 hours, if not sooner.

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Yes, we operate a 48 hour cancellation policy. Our policy protects both tutor and customer. You can cancel your booking without incurring any charges as long as it’s cancelled at least 48 hours before the lesson is due to take place. However, if you cancel your lesson within 48 hours you will be charged the full amount. If there is an unforeseen circumstance, then both the tutor and Tutor House will discuss this with you. In some situations lessons can be rescheduled (free of charge), but this is at the tutor’s discretion.

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If you are running late for a booking then please do let the tutor know via the in-app messenger as soon as possible because the tutor may still have to finish the lesson at the scheduled time, depending on his/her availability. However, tutors will usually try to make up time lost at the end of the session for the intended duration, although it’s important to note that this is at the tutor’s discretion. Tutors will usually wait for 30 minutes, but again this is at the tutor’s discretion – tutors may well have to leave at the original time for another lesson. If you are late for the lesson, tutors will charge for the full amount that has been agreed and confirmed. We operate a 48 hour cancellation policy, which means that if you cancel the lesson with 48 hours you will be charged the full amount.

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Once you have made the lesson request, you can communicate with the tutor. You can discuss your tuition requirements and the lesson timing with in-app instant messaging. The messaging is instant, so your tutor will receive the notification via both; the website and email. Hence he or she can respond to immediately. You may wish to discuss your preferred lesson time and date, or discuss which exam board you’re studying for A-levels and GCSE’s, or even to discuss specific text and books which you are currently studying. Also, You can communicate with the tutor with the instant in-app messaging at any point (before or after the booking has been made). Please note that it is possible for you and the tutor to mutually agree to booking changes after this stage. This must be done within the messenger app on the website. You can also use the same means of comunication to find out more about the tutor, after you have requested a booking. In addition to this you can always check the tutors reviews and ranking.

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Tutor House endeavours to ensure that both tutors and clients have the best possible experience with our service. We’re always here to help, so do reach out and contact us. If you ever have unresolved disputes with your tutor we will assist you in reaching a mutual agreement. We will do our utmost to try and resolve all disputes; however we may not be in a position to resolve every dispute. Please contact us via disputes@tutorhouse.co.uk and we will respond to your dispute within 48 hours, if not sooner.

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After selecting your tutor for your desired material, you can book a lesson right away! Send an inquiry to your selected Tutor and once a tutor accepts your inquiry, it will be registered as an ‘open enquiry’ within your messages tab. This is where you will be able to communicate with our tutors, discuss your requirements, arrange lesson times, and book and pay for lessons. When you submit your booking request, the credit card details provided will be subject to an authorisation hold (to the total amount agreed with the tutor for the cost of the initial session and for any other lessons which will take place thereafter). Not only that, but you can also rate and review your tutor once you’ve had your lesson! Tutor House values your feedback.

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While you think it is faster it elevates your risk and you use lose all the benefits of Tutor House policies. Paying the tutor directly is NOT secure nor protected. If you do pay a tutor outside of the Tutor House website you will not be protected by our 48 Hour Cancelation Policy, our Disputes Policy or our Refund Policy. We also can not protect you from fraud or spam accounts. Before messaging a tutor you are required to sign our Terms and Conditions. Any loss of earning would be considered a legal matter. Tutor House is designed to introduce excellent tutors to customers putting tutors in touch with students and learners. We help and support students to get the best out of their learning experience. If you use the Tutor House website you must complete all bookings within the online platform, including the arrangement of any other services provided by tutors for clients. If you make any arrangement with a tutor that you were introduced to through Tutor House, outside the online platform, either for tuition or payment, you will have broken our terms and conditions. In this case, neither the tutor or customer (parent or student) will be protected or covered, as mentioned above. For more information about payment please refer to our terms and conditions.

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Yes. All tutors must have a valid DBS certificate before their profile goes live on the Tutor House site. We do in-house DBS checks, which means we get DBS done very quickly. If a tutor’s DBS certificate is not validated or has expired then their profile will taken down until a new DBS certificate is issued. Although this is completely over to the tutor to notify us when it has expired. Once we’ve checked the tutors DBS, we are not responsible for keeping it up to date. A DBS (Disclosed Baring Service) is a way of checking tutors. Tutor House performs a background check, and a police checks. We make sure that all tutors are suitable to work with children and adults, before their profiles go live. The DBS replaced the CRB.