International Baccalaureate (IB) tutors

Fleet Tutors' provides IB tutors to support students through this academically challenging time with tailored private tuition. Our subject list features over 200 subjects so it is likely we will have the IB tutors you require. Within the UK 217 schools follow the Diploma Programme and it is recognised worldwide by leading Universities. Similar to A levels students take the exams between the ages of 16-19 after following a two-year curriculum. The four areas covered are: languages, social studies, experimental sciences and maths and a subject from the arts is offered as an option.

What qualifications do our IB tutors have?

Fleet Tutors believe that private tuition can only be successful if our tutors have the relevant qualifications and experience. All of our IB tutors must hold a degree in the subject they tutor at 2.1 or above or a teaching qualification recognised by the General Teaching Council. At this level all of our private tutors hold a degree or teaching qualification specialising in one or two individual subjects.

What experience do our IB tutors have?

All of Fleet Tutors' IB tutors are required to have relevant teaching or private tuition experience. Many of our IB tutors are qualified teachers; others are experienced IB tutors with a high class degree. All must have up to date knowledge of the curriculum and the International Baccalaureate.

How are students assessed for the International Baccalaureate?

Students take written exams which are marked externally at the end of the programme. They also complete assessment tasks in the school or college. Our IB tutors are all up to date with the assessment process for the International Baccalaureate so can offer valuable private tuition.

How do you know your children will be safe with our IB tutors?

All of our private tutors hold Enhanced Criminal Record Bureau Disclosures (CRBs), or Enhanced Disclosure Scotland's which we check very closely. The CRB are an executive agency of the Home Office which vets applications for people who want to work with children and vulnerable people. We interview and obtain 2 references for every private tutor; one work reference and one character reference. Many of the work referees have worked with the tutor in a teaching environment so they can provide us with a valuable insight in to the way the tutor works with children. The character referee can also help us determine whether a tutor is suitable to work with children due to their characteristics. All of our tutors are screened very closely by our Tutor Support team.