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Monday, May 9th, 2022

Posted in: Education consultancy, Home schooling, Personal & private tuition, Tutors International news, UHNW, UHNW families, Uncategorized

Tutors International Announces Increase in Enquiries from Expatriate Anti-Putin Russians Seeking Private Tuition for their Families

Expatriate opponents of Russian president Vladimir Putin, are moving their families out of Europe and seeking private tuition for their children as anti-Russia sentiments run high. OXFORD, UK: Thousands of Russians, who previously fled Russia because they disagreed with Mr Putin’s policies, have found themselves having to uproot their families once again. Most of these Russian ex-patriots moved to the…

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Wednesday, May 4th, 2022

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Tutors International Promotes its Elite Private Tutoring Service on The Celebrity Personal Assistant Network Website

Tutors International, full-time residential private tuition specialists, recently joined forces with The Celebrity Personal Assistant Network to promote its services to a clientele of high-net-worth families throughout the world. OXFORD, UK: Tutors International is renowned for placing world-class educators into private residential tutoring positions all around the world. In a recent development, the elite private tutoring company invested in an…

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Friday, April 8th, 2022

Posted in: Education consultancy, Gifted and talented children, Home schooling, Personal & private tuition, Special needs and tutoring, Tutors International news, Uncategorized

“What About Gifted and Talented Pupils?”- Adam Caller of Tutors International Speaks Out About Lack of Provision in the Government’s SEND Green Paper

Leading educationalist, Adam Caller, believes that the Government’s Green Paper fails to recognise and support the thousands of gifted and talented pupils throughout the UK. OXFORD, UK: Last week, more than two years after the release of its review into special educational needs and disabilities (SEND), the Government finally published its Green Paper into SEND provision for pupils. The paper…

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Monday, April 4th, 2022

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Adam Caller of Tutors International Extends Offer to Families Housing Ukrainian Refugee Children

Leading educationalist, Adam Caller, has offered to significantly reduce the fees incurred in employing a private tutor for families providing accommodation for Ukrainian refugees with children. OXFORD, UK: NEWS ALERT! In a magnanimous gesture today, Adam Caller, Founder and CEO of Tutors International, offered the services of his company to help the Ukrainian refugee children losing out on their education…

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Tuesday, March 29th, 2022

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“Randstad Aren’t Solely Responsible for the Shortcomings of the National Tutoring Programme”, claims CEO of Tutors International, Adam Caller

Adam Caller voices his opinion on whether ministers should terminate Randstad’s contract to deliver the National Tutoring Programme. OXFORD, UK: Yesterday, in the Schools White Paper, The Department of Education (DfE), set out its plans to raise standards in schools and colleges throughout England. Key to achieving this objective is the £1.7 billion catch-up package promised by the Government in…

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Wednesday, March 23rd, 2022

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Leading Educationalist Expresses his Opinion on the Teaching of Grammar in Schools

Adam Caller, CEO and Founder of Tutors International, responds to a recent article on the teaching of grammar in schools in England. OXFORD, UK: A recent article published earlier this month, presented a case for  change in the way grammar is taught in England. Based on research funded by the Nuffield Foundation, the article described how a new approach to…

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