Young Giants Tuition

What’s on offer?

Young Giants is a learner-centred, teacher-led tuition and mentoring service providing bespoke and flexible education packages for children in need of alternative or supplementary provision from KS1-5.
We are commissioned exclusively by local authorities and schools (we do not accept referrals from private clients) and specialise in support for children and young people with a range of SEND (including complex needs/PMLD), neurodiversity, SEMH, those missing education and those at risk of exclusion.
Based on the needs of the learner, our support takes the form of 1:1 tuition in homes, schools, online or venues within the community. Placing a strong focus on removing barriers to learning, we incorporate academic mentoring for the development of a Growth Mindset, positive behaviour for learning, academic confidence and personal ambition within the learner. This method supports our learners to succesfuly re-engage and re-intigrate into a setting.
We are an approved ASDAN and Arts Awards centre, offering a range of ‘preparation for adulthood’ pathway courses and qualifications. By September 23 we will be an approved centre offering Functional Skill Exams Level 1 & 2.
Our central aim is to support children and young people to re-engage with education so they can feel a genuine sense of inclusion within society.



Academic qualifications:

We offer GCSE tuition in a range of subjects as requested by commissioners, including core subjects, MFL, PE, Humanities, Arts etc.
We are not a GCSE exam centre but we do support with obtaining access arrangements and booking at private exam centres where a learner is not on a school roll.

Vocational qualifications:

We are an approved ASDAN centre offering nationally recognised pathway qualifications and courses for young people, including those with SEND and PMLD. We can provide ASDAN qualifications in ‘Employability’ and ‘Personal and Social Development’ from Entry Level 2 to Level 2.
We can further support these qualifications with a range of ‘Preparation for Adulthood’ courses that support EHCP outcomes.

We are also an approved Arts Award centre offering Arts Awards Bronze and Silver.

Functional skills:

We offer Functional Skills Maths and English from Entry Level 1 to Level 2.
We are a registered Functional Skills exams centre offering Level 1 and 2 exams.

SEND provision:

Over 90% of our learners have a diagnosed SEND and are supported by an EHCP. The remaining 10% of our learners typically indicate a possible undiagnosed additional learning need.

Founded on the principles of inclusion, the central tenet of our service is accessibility for learners who have experienced exclusion. Taking a learner-centred approach to package planning our team focus on flexibility, creativity, and compatibility to support our learners to feel able to engage safely and effectively in their education. Specialising in education support in complex cases we work collaboratively with families and multi-disciplinary teams to overcome logistical and practical barriers to learning, providing an accessible basis for learners to engage. Once in place, our team of educators take a holistic and individual needs-based approach to deliver meaningful, evidence-based interventions and strategies that develop a learner’s progress towards outcomes and re-integration.

We believe every child and young person deserves an accessible opportunity of support to reach their full potential and to feel an included and valuable member of society. This is essential for those learners who have come to feel excluded from mainstream life and learning.

We work with specialist SEND teachers and tutors with considerable experience in deliverting education to learners with additional needs.

Therapeutic/nurture/wellbeing support:

We offer academic mentoring to support learners to re-engage with their education. Many of our young people have disengaged from education after suffering negative consequences and are of the belief that learning is not for them. Taking a learner-centred approach, our mentoring outcomes may begin with a child engaging positively with an educator and move towards the child discussing their learning and working collaboratively to build their next/overall outcomes.

Mentoring can be offered discretely or embedded into academic tuition.


£55-£64 per hour depending upon the needs of the learner

Discounted rates

Case by case and by negotiation.  We are happy to support LA and school budgets where we can


  • 6th day provision
  • Online courses
  • KS2
  • KS3
  • KS4
  • Post 16
  • GCSEs
  • Functional skills
  • Vocational qualifications
  • A Levels
  • Part time
  • Short term
  • Medium term
  • Long term

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