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  • The Tutors Association

  • We are associate members of The Tutors Association. This organisation has a professional code of ethics for tutors. We have reproduced some the rules of the code below so you can see how membership benefits you as a parent. See the code of ethics page to read all of the rules.

    • I understand that my role as a tutor is to encourage and enable pupils to achieve their unique potential as independent learners through acknowledgement, encouragement, understanding, and personalised attention
    • I will be careful to avoid creating any unhealthy dependencies by suggesting a need for tutoring where no such need exists; reporting in a manner that explicitly or implicitly suggests a need for further on-going tutoring or engaging in any practice that undermines the independent learning of pupils
    • I will not engage in any form of plagiarism, such as completing pupils’ homework assignments for them
    • I will demonstrate faith in my pupils’ learning ability and provide honest, positive and constructive feedback
    • I understand the need to be flexible in my approach to tutoring to assist my pupils in discovering effective learning strategies
    • I undertake to keep up-to-date with advances in subject knowledge and pedagogy
    • I undertake to comply with the Association’s Child Protection Policy
    • I am committed to identifying any particular challenges or difficulties my pupils might have with their learning and to assisting them in overcoming those barriers
    • I understand that my relationship to my pupils is professional and not personal and that I have a duty of care towards them
    • I will show respect for my pupils’ cultural background, personal dignity and values
    • I will maintain accurate records of tutoring sessions as expected and required