New Way Tuition partners with LEAs, academies, secondary and primary schools, specialist SEN establishments and PRUs, to deliver high quality one-to-one and group educational provision. We support children and young people who are not able to, or refuse to, attend their local school, to achieve an appropriate level of KS1-5, GCSE, functional skillsand post-16 education, as well as social and life skills, and raise the attainment levels, aspirations and outcomes of each young person we work with.
Our track record is second to none and we regularly receive referrals from educational establishments across the region in response to a child or young person in need of alternative educational provision.
For over 20 years we have supported children and young people in both school and out-of-school settings to provide early intervention and tuition.
Our programmes adhere to the National Curriculum, while offering a bespoke and individual pathway designed to support the specific needs of each and every learner in our care.
Research suggests that more young people than ever before are demonstrating challenging behaviour in education settings, with unmet SEN needs, combined with the legacy of two years’ disrupted education caused by the global pandemic.
We understand the needs of our educational partners. We implement regular meetings and reviews. Our safeguarding standards are exacting and our tutors are experienced, qualified and competent at dealing with different kinds of learning and emotional needs.
We follow all guidance from the government and DFE at New Way Tuition. This is monitored closely and risk assessments are completed for all pupils and learners we tutor.
KS1 & KS2
KS3, KS4 & KS5
New Way Tuition is the brainchild of Mandy Ward and Des Amey, both well-known for their many years’ experience in education, safeguarding and exclusion in schools.