As a Tutortoo franchisee you will be focusing your time on three main areas:

  • Establishing a thriving tuition agency providing one-to-one, group and online tuition.

    Your business will provide tuition which is tailored to each individual student, building their confidence alongside their academic skills. This can be in any subject at any level. You will recruit and manage tutors to provide required tuition to all families who seek out the services of your business whether in their home, at a local library or other appropriate venue.

  • Delivering skills training for students and teachers in schools

    We provide you with ‘done for you’ training courses, workshops and resources to deliver in schools across your territory. These can be delivered either by you or by one of your tutors who has requisite experience.

  • Providing holiday clubs

    Requests for tuition tend to slow down a little over the summer break. This is therefore an ideal time to run a holiday club which is both lucrative and scalable. It also meets the need for childcare from working parents in your territory. We provide the model for you to deliver these with ease.

“be the best supplemental education franchise on the market…”
The global tuition industry is thriving. Global Industry Analysts Inc, a worldwide business strategy and intelligence source, predict that by 2022 the global tuition industry will be worth around £175bn.
“unlock the potential of each student we work with…”


Tutortoo is not a typical tuition-based business which provides one-to-one, group and online tuition and nothing else. We market ourselves very clearly on the premise that we are ‘more than just tuition’. This means that, as a franchisee, no two days in your business will be the same.

A sample of the things you may be involved with when running a Tutortoo franchise are:

  • Visiting with students to assess their tutoring needs.
  • Interviewing a prospective tutor.
  • Working with the accountant to produce your management accounts and assessing the performance of your business.
  • Running a revision workshop with a group of A Level students in a local school.
  • Networking with local business people.
  • Running a stand at a local event.
  • Training a group of teachers.
  • Meeting with Local Authority representatives.
  • Talking to a group of parents who home-educate their children to see how you can help.
  • Finding premises to run a holiday club.
  • Doing a First Aid course.

And so much more ……….

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Frequently Asked Questions
Do I need to be a teacher to be a successful Tutortoo franchisee?
No. Our franchisees come from a wide variety of backgrounds. Our training covers an in depth look at each level in the education system and our team is always on hand to support you with any queries.
How long does it take from the initial enquiry to launching my business?
It can take as little as 2 weeks from your initial enquiry to the start of your training. If you need to apply for finance, this will add 3-4 weeks to the application process. Your training will take 2 – 6 weeks, depending on the training dates available, and the doors of your business will be open the day after you complete the training.
Can I get 100% financing?
It is possible. We have a business finance specialist who will talk to you about the best way for you to access finance given your specific circumstances.
Can I own multiple franchises?
Yes. There is no limit to the number of territories you can own. However, we do ensure that each single territory is large enough to provide you with sufficient leads and markets for business. We also run through the progression plan with you so that the growth of each area is supported by the necessary infrastructure and marketing.
What training and ongoing support is available?
After completing pre-launch training, you will join the head office team for one weeks of intensive training before you launch your business. This is followed by several weeks of one-to-one mentoring and ongoing support throughout the whole franchise term.