National Tutoring Awards

18:30 -  9th July 2015

Attlee Room, House of Lords

Awards presented by Gerard Kelly, former editor of Times Education Supplement 

Tutor Awards  9th July

Phienas Pett, a 'super tutor' has been awarded the best and longest serving tutor in the tutoring industry awards last night at the House of Lords, Phineas has been recognised for his contribution to pupils  by scooping the National Tutoring Award during a prestigious event at the House of Lords yesterday (9th July).


The annual awards, hosted by the National Tutoring Conference (NTC) which bring together key figures from the UK’s fast growing tutoring industry. 

Phineas Pett has made a valuable contribution to a wide range of pupils , allowing them to maximise their chances of getting their highest scores in the exams. 

Phienas dedicated to the industry means he now looks to start working with centres and online classes to broaden his access. 


Gerard Kelly, Former editor of the TES who presented the award : "We are delighted to present Phineas with this this award. Phineas like so many tutors have worked almost 7 days a week and sometimes across the globe, helping students pass exams, Phineas does this with great effect!'


Phineas, who accepted the award at the event, said: “Thrilled to receive the award. The tutoring industry is a fast growing and exciting part of the education sector. You help so many pupils fulfil their exam potential. I am excited about the future and what the industry can achieve”

Other winners at the event included  Charles Bonas, from Bonas Macfarlane for their charity work. Special mention goes to their mentoring of young people through exams and into the work place. 

Photo: Charles Bonas being handed the award by Gerard Kelly along with Edward Webster at the House of Lords.

  National Tutoring Conference brings together players from all parts of the tuition industry to discuss and debate its past, present and future and the implications for students, teachers, tutors, tutor companies, schools and parents. For more information please go to



The National Tutoring Awards ceremony will be held in the Attlee Room of the House of Lords on 9th July and presented by Gerard Kelly, former Editor of The Times Education Supplement. 

The awards ceremony will bring together tutors, tutoring companies, tutorial colleges and resource suppliers to recognise the exceptional achievements many have made during the year. 

There will be speakers from across the industry along with canapés and drinks. 
Proceeds will be donated to the Charlie Waller Memorial Trust Charity.

The event's GOLD Sponsor is Education Quizzes.

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Award titles are:  

  • Longest standing tutor

  • The most inspiring tutor 

  • Best independent Tuition centre provider

  • Top charity contributions from a tutor

  • Best provider of offline learning resources 

  • Best provider of online learning resources 

  • Best school partnership with tutoring company

The Tutor Awards are chosen by a committee and public nomination.

If you are like to enter please fill in the form below before 1th July. Entering an award is free for all attendees who have purchased a ticket. You can enter yourself or someone else.

Due to security at the House of Lords attendees must bring photo ID to the event and the name on their ticket must match that on the ID. 

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