Kids with  Masks

COVID Safe Policy

The government have been very clear in allowing face to face private tuition to resume.  Some of our tutors are therefore offering the option of face to face lessons under the following guidelines.

  • If you would prefer an online lesson, we have an excellent set up and we are happy to offer a short demo of how an online lesson works.

  • If you have been contacted by the government's Track and Trace Scheme, please let us know immediately and we will rearrange any face to face tuition to online.

  • If you or anyone in your household is displaying symptoms of COVID-19, please let us know immediately and we will rearrange any face to face tuition to online.

  • If you display symptoms of COVID-19 in the 14 days following a lesson with any of our tutors, please let us know immediately.

  • The tutor and student should wash their hands or use hand sanitiser before and after each lesson.

  • We will maintain regular and thorough cleaning of tables, chairs etc if the tuition is at the house of the tutor and ask that you do the same if the tuition is at your house.

  • Please do not share equipment during a lesson.  This means that the student needs to be prepared with all the stationary, calculators and other equipment that they will need during each lesson. 

  • Please ensure that you bring a bottle of water to the lesson so that we can avoid providing glasses of water.

  • Please make payments online by bank transfer or sign up to GoCardless - no cash payments please.

  • We do not require masks to be worn in lessons as it may interfere with the lesson delivery and be off putting, particularly for younger students.  However if you would prefer to wear a mask then you are welcome to.  You are welcome to request that your tutor also wear a mask, however this is not something that we require.

These measures are advised to protect all of our students and tutors.  We hope that with these measures in place you feel comfortable and safe in your lessons.

You can view the government advice on the matter here.  If you would like to discuss this further please do not hesitate to email us.