To support the planning of tuition sessions we have provided resources from the Making Good Progress pilot, and the mathematics and English teams.
Social Emotional Attitudinal Learning
The Social Emotional Attitudinal Learning grids (SEAL) are a useful tool to measure the social and emotional development of children pre and post tuition. Key Aspects of Learning grids are also attached.
Below is a list of links and documents to support you with the tuition process:
For Tuition Leads
As part of the impact process schools have been asked to complete pre- and post-tuition attitudinal evaluation questionnaires with parents, pupils and teachers:
An example pro forma has been put together to help Tuition Leads plan the distribution of tuition placers through the academic year.
An example letter has been put together to support schools communicating to parents:
Documents used in the Making Good Progress pilot:
The Quality Assurance of Tuition document may be useful to schools in supporting the quality of tuition. The criteria are based on those included in the original DCSF tuition guidance handbooks.
Below is a link given by the SENCAN team to support schools putting together a provision map:
Tuition Beyond the Desk