Fees payable to the tutor for one-to-one online lessons:
The fees are based on a standard rate of £40/45 per 1 hour.
No further charges will be made for the tutor’s preparation time or resources, which are included in the standard rate.
Payment can be made in advance or on the day by bank transfer. Blocks of lessons can be paid in advance by bank transfer. Any unused lessons purchased in this way will be reimbursed.
Tutoring will begin on …………………… and each lesson will last for …… hour(s)
Frequency/duration of lessons: 1 lesson every …………………… at ………… during usual school term dates. The day or time of the lessons can be changed with prior agreement between the Tutor and the Parents.
Cancellation of lessons:
By the Student: The Student (through their Parent/Guardian) can cancel a lesson, giving at least 24 hours’ notice, in which case no fee will be charged for that lesson. If sufficient notice is not given – fees may still be charged. Rescheduled lessons should be requested with as much notice as possible. Only 1 lesson can be cancelled per term, any more will result in full payment for the missed lesson, whatever the reason or notice period for cancellation. Additional lessons can also be arranged during school holidays, but these are not subject to the usual term-time cancellation rules.
Illness: If either the Student or the Tutor has an illness as much notice as is possible in the circumstances should be given.
By the Tutor: In exceptional circumstances, a lesson may have to be rescheduled, in which case the Tutor will give as much notice to the Student/Parent as is possible. Where a lesson was pre-paid, the Tutor shall reschedule the appointment at a time agreeable to both parties, failing which, the Student shall be refunded with such a missed lesson fee.
Obligations: The Tutor undertakes to do all preparation prior to lessons and to structure lessons in such a way as to optimise time to the benefit of the Student. The Tutor shall keep confidential all information of the Student and shall contact other parties involved in the education of the Student only if given written permission by the Parent to do so.
The Student undertakes to assist the Tutor in identifying problem areas in which the Student needs specific tutoring.
No warranties: The Tutor makes no promises or warranties with regards to a Student’s performance as a result of any tutoring provided. This tutoring contract may be terminated by either party at any time by notifying the other party.
Parent/Guardian shall enter into this tutoring contract on behalf of the Student and shall accept and agree to all the terms and conditions contained herein on behalf of the Student.