The Movement

What does it look like in schools and colleges?

Implementing a learning platform effectively requires it to be flexible, versatile and to evolve to suit your needs, and we have designed to be all of these things!

Hundreds of educational establishments are currently using to help meet a combination of intervention, homework and in-class learning needs. With a comprehensive, in-built awards system, schools and colleges are also designing motivating rewards frameworks to keep engagement high and promote proactivity — 'Maths Universe of the Week’ is a current favourite!

Hundreds of education establishments use TUTOR

Royal Alexandra and Albert School
Sybil Andrews Academy
Sacred Heart of Mary Girls School
ATAM Academy
Fleetwood High School
Derby Cathedral School
Bromham CofE Primary School
Colmers School
TiLA Group
Rushey mead academy
Poltair School
St Paul's High School
Plume Academy
Red Brick Education
Wolverhampton Girls' High
Minehead Middle School
Coten End Primary School
Ark King Solomon Academy
Medlar-with-Wesham Church of England Primary School
King's School Macclesfield
St Albans Girls' School
Rugby High School
Dame Elizabeth Cadbury School
C/Ladies College
Prendergast Primary
Acland Burghley School
Wimbledon College
Bishop Barrington
St. Peter the Apostle High School
Leith Academy
Barrow Island CP School
Eaton House Belgravia
Framingham Earl High School
The Collins Family
Oasis Academy Enfield
GEMS World Academy
Burntwood School
The Angmering School
Brighton, Hove & Sussex Sixth Form College
Ysgol Gyfun Cwm Rhymni
King James Academy Royston
St James CE High School
Canons High School
Bourne Tuition
St Monica's Milton
Lytham St Annes HIgh
The King's School
Murrayburn Primary School
Penrice Academy
The Henry Beaufort School
Woodside High
West Grantham C of E Secondary Academy
Little Lever School
Alfred Salter Primary School
Lochside Academy
Troup House School
Bedfont Primary School
Fernhill School
The Bewdley School
St Mary's C of E Primary School
The High School
The Elton High School
Churchill Gardens Primary Academy
Sir James Smith's
La Sainte Union school
Dame Elizabeth Cadbury
Astor Secondary School
Broadmeadow Junior School
Jothi Learning Ltd
Wykham Park Academy & Futures Institute
St Egwins Middle School
St Margaret's Primary School
Leeds City College
Hillpark Secondary School
Bridge of Don Academy
Icknield High School
Trinity C of E High School
Child's School Claremont High School
Loirston Primary School
St Andrew's and St Bride's High School
Merrydale Junior School
Dumbarton Academy
Witham priory
Dorothy Stringer School
Springwood High School
The Rise Free School
Marlwood School
Mount St Mary's Catholic High School
Experteez Learning
Hartsdown Academy
Handsworth Grammar
Kelvin Hall School
Cardinal Wiseman
King Edward VI School
Meols cop high school
Larkhall Academy
LSB Tutoring
St Peter's RC Primary School
Beacon Academy
Marr College
Duchy College
Advantage Schools
Fowey River Academy
Humberston Academy
Northstowe Secondary College
The Reach Free School
Whitchurch High School
Braes High School
Wingfield Academy
Ditton School
King's Academy Binfield
St Cyres School
Thames Park Secondary School
Mercia School
Beaumont School
Ormiston Venture Academy
Wyedean School
Wallands CP School
The Blue Coat school Oldhams
St. Philip Howard Catholic School
Patcham High School
Canary Wharf College Crossharbour
Battling Brook Primary School
Shipston High School
Durlston Court School
Manchester Enterprise Academy Central
Caldew School
Wellington School, Ayr
NK Tutoring
Swanshurst School
School 21
Crestwood community school
Dinningyon High School
Ashlawn School
Waingels College
King's Farm Primary School
Cothill House School
Park Community School
Falkirk High School
Argoed High School
John Heine
St Clement Danes School
Thurso High School
Skinners Kent Academy
RGS The Grange
Coombeshead Academy
Shackleton primary school
Thames Tutoring
Emmanuel College
Ormiston Victory Academy
Huntington School
Churston Ferrers Grammar School
Bohunt School
Thurstable School
Shooters Hill Sixth Form College
The Skinners Kent Academy
Brighton and Hove City Council
Wexham Court Primary School
The John Wallis Academy
Twyford Church of England
Watford UTC
The Purbeck School
King Harold Academy
St. John Fisher
Holy Trinity Academy
Sir Thomas Boughey Academy
Deans Community High School
Marriotts School
Highlands School
The Beaulieu Park School
Avon Valley College
Kirk Hallam Sixth Form College
Loudoun Academy
Sir Thomas Wharton Academy
Elstow school
Stowupland High School
The Gateway Academy
Peover Superior Primary School
The Becket School
Colmers School and Sixth Form College
Harewood Primary
Brechin High School
Maths by Ian
Manor Green Primary Academy
Twynham School
Launceston college
Saint John Fisher Catholic College
York High School
Avonbourne Academy
Penryn College
The Wallace High Scjool
Leigh Academy Rainham
The Downs School
The Highfield School
Byrchall High School
The Grove Primary School
Cove school
Exmouth Community College
DPS International school
Smestow School
Educational Diversity
Fresno State
The George Eliot School
East Bergholt High School
Stroud Green Maths
John Mason School
Phoenix academy
Ralph Thoresby High School
Durrington High School
Cockshut Hill School
King's Leadership Academy Liverpool
Danielle Stewart
Princes Risborough School
Longhill High School
Lochside Academy
Hearts Academy trust
Parliament Hill School
Mallaig High School
St John Fisher Catholic High School
Morley Academy
Benedict Academy
Hartford CofE High School
The MILL Academy Trust
Northgate High School and Dereham Sixth Form College

A 'Maths Universe of the Week'

Actual representation of a pupil's progress over a couple of months of TUTOR use
"I think I can speak on behalf of the whole department when I say that TUTOR has exceeded our expectations, we think it’s amazing!"

How do you use TUTOR?


Whether you have specific, targeted groups in mind, or want to offer morning, lunchtime or after school drop-in sessions, educational establishments are using the complementary assessment and delivery provided by to support ‘catch-up’.


The introduction of a straightforward policy such as “5 goals a week” is as much as you’d need in order to provide individuals with a roadmap for their own extraordinary progress. To support in the development of personalised maths universes, simply use existing homework monitoring practice within your institution.

In Class

Use the ‘Learn’ and ‘Do’ steps actively in your lessons to support your teaching, and reinforce or revise maths learning. Schools and colleges are also using as part of a blended learning approach in the class, where the ability range is wide or certain groups need a little extra time or support on a particular area of maths.

"I really want the whole school to be using it very, very regularly right through this year and beyond."

Sir James Smith's Community School

A multi-purpose approach

Sir James Smith’s have been using as an intervention tool for specific groups of pupils, as well as a compulsory homework tool across the whole school. Head of Maths Jon O’Neil says “ is just like having a personalised tutor” — he particularly enjoys using the Diagnostic quiz with pupils, who can “identify and recognise where the weaknesses are.” With 600 on roll, and 3,100 Goals already completed, we are very excited to see the grand total by July 2022!

Trust in Learning Academies (TiLA)

Bought for all students across all their schools so families across Bristol can benefit

This highly collaborative trust in Bristol has purchased seats for all of their pupils across four schools, spanning KS1 to KS5. All four school subscriptions are connected and organised within one main account. This allows for a comprehensive analysis of data across key stage 2, which can be used to assist with the transition into secondary school.

Canons High School

Summer usage rolling into the new academic year

With just over 1000 on roll, and 189,000 questions answered correctly to date on the platform, the maths department have had pupils using both for homework and in-class learning.

In class, they are using to help differentiate for their lower ability sets in Year 8, where the range of ability is so broad that teaching at once is challenging.

Bewdley School

55% of parents are willing to pay for TUTOR to support whole school access

At The Bewdley School, Fiona Wilmott, Head of Department, is an avid proponent of the benefits of and ; this academic year, she decided to integrate into the school too, using it across KS3 to KS5 to help pupils catch up and fill in any gaps in prior learning.

With 990 on roll, in one half term they have managed to stack up some impressive stats: over 44,000 minutes of videos have been watched on the platform, and over 143,000 questions have been answered.

“Suddenly maths became more accessible”