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My national insurance has come so I was just wondering if I could get tutoring jobs at my age? Like official ones. Also does anyone know of any good tutoring websites I could use to do this? Thanks <3
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I did know someone who was 16 and did tutoring, but it was for primary children. Look around maybe your area and try get contacts with people in tutoring. What subjects would you be looking to tutor? and ages?
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Join some tutoring websites. You will need a updated DBS check at the highest level and have a few trustworthy references too. Also think about what subjects you wish to teach.
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I did know someone who was 16 and did tutoring, but it was for primary children. Look around maybe your area and try get contacts with people in tutoring. What subjects would you be looking to tutor? and ages?
I don’t mind doing primary school kids or KS3 honestly I’d like that
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(Original post by ca_1234)
I don’t mind doing primary school kids or KS3 honestly I’d like that
Then yeah

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Join some tutoring websites. You will need a updated DBS check at the highest level and have a few trustworthy references too. Also think about what subjects you wish to teach.
This is good advice
try looking into it and get all the details checked out.
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It is much easier to join a established tutoring company. They can complete the paperwork for a police check for you. And you will also find them a useful source of information and support. A tutoring website is one option but if you are new to tutoring a reputable brick and mortar company is better. Good luck.
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