What would it take for your child to achieve his/her full potential?

You’ve probably thought about this a few times and it’s not an easy one to answer. It can be easy to assume that the solution is to get a tutor….maybe even in a few subjects…But what if there was another way?

What if you did things differently?

Parents can often feel stuck knowing how best to support young people. But what if we asked them what they really wanted and supported them in achieving their goals? What if we did things differently? What if we gave young people the support, skills and strategies they needed to achieve their aspirations….Now there’s a thought!

Find out more about the programme

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What we do…

We run an after-school programme of tutoring, mentoring and enrichment in order to help young people achieve excellent grades at school, enter top universities and enter competitive careers.

Why join the programme?

We all want our children to pass their exams and do well in Maths and English but what if you want more than that? What if your child has high aspirations but doesn’t know where to start? Young people on the programme benefit from:

✔ Expert tuition in Maths or English
✔ Personalised support from a mentor
✔ Strategies to help with achieving academic & career aspirations

How are we different from other programmes?

Some programmes aim to raise aspirations. Others are designed to help you pass your exams. But what if you already have high aspirations? What if you want more than just pass-grades at GCSE and A-level? What if you’d like to go to a top university? What support is available if you’d like to enter a really competitive profession?

Who are we looking for?

We’re looking for young people aged 11 to 16 that meet the following criteria:

✔ Keen to achieve grade A*-C (Grades 9-4) at GCSE in all subjects

✔ Ready to improve grades and take the steps to achieve academic or career aspirations

✔ Willing and open to learning and growing

✔ Prepared to attend and participate in all sessions

How much does it cost?

The GT Scholars Programme operates a unique funding model where we charge means-tested fees to parents – with fees ranging from £9 per hour to £26 per hour. Our funding model ensures that the programme remains affordable to young people from relatively low income homes and free of charge to young people from the lowest income homes.

 

How do I apply?

Our main intake is in September and we have additional intake every two to three months. You can apply for our next intake by reading through our application process and registering your interest online.

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