Action Tutoring is a national education charity that supports disadvantaged young people to achieve a meaningful level of academic attainment. This enables them to go on to progress in education, employment or training. Partner with us as a volunteer tutor, either in-person or online, to support primary and secondary school pupils to increase their subject knowledge, whilst building on confidence and study skills.

Volunteer tutor (maths or English)
Children from lower-income families are less likely to achieve academically than their better-off peers. Action Tutoring is a charity that works to level the playing field.

See what other students say about this project

"There is always a way to help, no matter who you are or what you do."
We spoke with BA History, Politics, and Economics student Theodore Iakovou about his experience as a volunteer tutor with
"I got to meet new people, see new places and contribute to something important."
Sebastian Rudden is a first-year undergrad studying Biochemical Engineering. He has been volunteering as a tutor with Action Tutoring and was more than happy to share his experiences of volunteering. Read on to find out more!
"Since I had some time during the term, I wanted to put it to good use and so volunteering felt like the natural choice."
Chun Lam Li is currently studying Mathematics at UCL.
Alumni Stories - Adrianna Chmielewska
Whilst studying for her BA Comparative Literature at UCL, Adrianna Chmielewska also volunteered with Action Tutoring. Graduating in 2020, she now works as a teacher.Where are you currently working?
I am an English teacher at a secondary school in Hampshire, England. My role is quite widespread, as apart from building pupils’ skills in reading and writing and creating teaching resources, I offer pastoral support as a personal tutor.