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Fleet Education Services

 Fleet Education Services is a provider of high-quality one-to-one and small group education programmes for schools and local authorities that support learners both in and out of school.

Their large, nationwide network of experienced educators undergo rigorous vetting checks to ensure that we only recruit the best educators for our clients. In-person or online, they deliver bespoke, quality assured education programmes that are tailored for each learner’s learning style and produce measurable results.


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Our services

One to One


Our Supplementary Tuition (SP) programmes have supported pupils in schools for 20 years. SP is a tailored education programme delivered one-to-one and in small groups. Sessions complement the school curriculum and clear up areas of difficulty.

Our trained educators address learning gaps, improve confidence and accelerate progress and attainment. Tuition is delivered at school or from the home, either in person or online.

As a DfE-accredited NTP partner, we can tailor the right solution to your school’s needs. Fleet has played a leading role in the NTP since it began in 2020, delivering top-quality tutoring in hundreds of schools.

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Thrive for local authorities

Local Authorities

We help local authorities and Alternative Provision settings guide their learners back into mainstream education or specialist provision.

Fleet Education Services brings high-quality, fully managed tuition programmes to learners who need an interim solution for their education. This may be due to behavioural, mental health, cognitive or other reasons. Our Programme Leads develop a holistic learning programme, tailored to the needs of the learners.

Our experienced educators work to get learners ready to return to school or a permanent education provision. AP programmes can include up to 5 subjects, from 5-25 hours per week for up to a full academic year. This can include GCSEs or Functional skills, where appropriate. AP sessions are normally one-to-one, delivered by educators with extensive SEN expertise.

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