Tutors & Exams set to open new centre in DoncasterEditor
The team at Tutors & Exams are set to make waves in Doncaster following an overwhelming demand for a new exam centre in the region.
With centres already in Coventry, Wimbledon and Bolton; Tutors & Exams are taking the industry by storm, after helping over 500 displaced private candidates attain calculated grades in addition to their own candidates amid the Covid-19 pandemic, where the UK saw the summer exam series cancelled for all students.
Tutors & Exams is a private examination centre dedicated to Home Educated and Private Candidates throughout the UK. Giving access to the exams system via our centres located in; Bolton, Coventry, and Wimbledon, all of which are approved for examination delivery by the Joint Council for Qualifications (JCQ) and Cambridge Assessment International Education (CAIE). The company was setup six years ago by two former Examination Professionals with over 25 years’ experience in education administration and is now an established and valued examination venue.
This year Tutors & Exams provided examination assessment to over 2,400 learners. We cater for 95% of all GCSE/GCE and IGCSE subjects alongside Functional Skills including 25 languages, Geography Fieldwork and Science Practical Endorsements. We also have a dedicated SEN specialist who is happy to assist in organising Access Arrangements where required.
Chris Spraggett, the CEO of Tutors & Exams, said ‘Tutors & Exams has seen a major step forward in its 5-year plan today. The opening of Exam Centre number four in September sees us fill a major gap in the country within Yorkshire. The Doncaster centre will service major cities such as Sheffield, Leeds and York and the surrounding areas. A fabulous venue on the major network routes between London and the North East. I am delighted that we have added to our network of centres and will continue to offer the widest choice of services to the Home Educated and Private Candidates of the UK. We will be able to bring our unique set up closer to a growing number of learners and give them greater choice and service than is currently available.’