Frequently Asked Questions

We have been open since 2013.

Yes, we are registered with Ofsted. You can find more details about our registration on this page.

Yes, we offer discounts for families with multiple students enrolled and financial aid may be available for families who qualify. You can find out more about the help available on our financial help page here. For more information, please contact us.

The tutor will have an important role in your child’s learning. The tutor will assess your child and identify the strengths and targets of the student. The tutors are constant with the child. We have the same tutors working with the student, as they will get to know the child and what the student needs to improve on. (Providing the tutor is still working for us. We do everything we can to ensure the same tutor is available for each lesson your child attends. However, on rare occasions there may be another tutor teaching, with the guidance from the regular tutor.)

We assess each student’s strengths and weaknesses and create a personalized curriculum to meet their individual needs. This allows us to focus on the areas where the student needs the most help and ensures that they are able to progress at their own pace.

We keep parents informed about their child’s progress through regular progress reports and can arrange parent-teacher meetings. We also provide online access to student progress data so that parents can check their child’s progress at any time.

We will evaluate student’s progress through regular assessments, tests, and homework assignments. Parents will also be kept informed through regular progress reports.

We have a designated safeguarding lead at the centre. We have a safeguarding policy and ensure all staff are trained and understand this policy.

Yes, we offer tuition in person at our centre and online. We have different sessions available to cater based on your preference. This can be a great option for families who live far away from the centre or who want to take classes from the comfort of their own home.

Your membership includes your regular sessions determined by your membership level. You will have access to our online resource library, which can be accessed via our online members area. You will also have exclusive access to any events and clubs we run during school holidays, and where a fees is involved for these clubs, you will have exclusive discounted prices offered.

Your membership depends on a number of factors; The number of children you are enrolling, how many hours you want them to study and the key stage in which they are studying at. You can find out more at our pricing page. We also offer discounts, which you can find out about here.

Our memberships have a minimum term. The minimum term memberships have a special discount added to make the price more affordable. If you want to cancel mid-term, you will have to pay the difference minus the discounts for the service you have used till date. To cancel mid-term, please contact your centre manager to discuss the exact process. To cancel after your minimum term period is over, we require 30 days written notice.

Yes, All our centre have liability insurance.

We offer discounts for families with multiple students enrolled and financial aid may be available for families who qualify. You can find out more about the help available on our financial help page here. For more information, please contact us.

Yes, we set weekly homework for student to be completing. Additionally, we have lots of resources available for students to access from home, in your members section of the website.

Al the homework’s will be given to students to take with them each lesson (if they are attending in person sessions). We also upload the homework tasks on to the members section of our website. Parents and students can both view this by logging into their profiles and access the homework’s. If you still struggle to find this, you can call your local centre to find out how to access their homework tasks. Alternatively, you can drop into the centre during its opening hours to talk to our team and get help with accessing the homework.

Yes, we always have a first aider on site.

You need to book a consultation meeting here. When you come in for your meeting, we will answer any last questions you have and take you through the enrolment process.

The enrolment process starts with a free consultation, followed by a baseline test to assess the student’s current level of knowledge. After that, parents and students can choose the most appropriate program and membership option to complete the enrolment process.

You don’t need anything specific for the meeting. Just come with any questions you may have. We encourage that you bring your children you want to sign up with you, but we understand that may not always be possible.

Beyond Horizons Tuition teaches students in KS2, KS3 and KS4 (GCSE) in Maths, English, and Science. We can also cater for a selected A-level subjects. If you require tutoring in an A-level subject please contact us.

Our teachers are highly qualified and experienced educators who hold degrees in their respective fields. They are dedicated to providing the best education for our students.

We strive to keep our class sizes small to ensure that each student gets the attention they need to succeed. Typically, class sizes range from 5 to 10 students.

You need to let the centre know that you are unable to make an upcoming session. This is very important to ensure that we are following our safeguarding policy. If your child is scheduled to attend a session and is not here, we will be contacting you to ensure that you are aware of the whereabouts of your child. If we have been informed we will know that your child is safe and you are aware of where they are, so will not need to contact you.

If you are unable to attend your schedules session, it may be possible to rearrange to attend a different session. You MUST inform the centre as per the policy, that you will be missing a session and you want an alternative session. The manager will then be able to suggest the most appropriate session that you can attend. If you fail to inform the centre of missing a session, we may not be able to arrange an alternative session to attend.

When rearranging your session we will work with you to find a suitable time for your child to attend. If you are unable to make the agreed session, or we can’t find a suitable available session, we will provide you with a work pack to complete instead. To get the work pack when you can’t make the alternative session, you must have informed the centre in advance, as normal.

The schedule for classes varies depending on the year group the student is in. Our classes take place during after-school hours and on weekends. We can discuss the schedule when you attend your consultation meeting.

Our classes are typically held once or twice a week, depending on your membership choice.

Our centres provide all necessary materials for the classes, including stationary, exercise books and worksheets. However, students are welcome to bring their own stationary.

There are no hidden charges. We have a late payment charge that may be applied if your fees is not paid on time. We also have a one-off enrolment fees which is payable upon enrolment.

We are registered with OFSTED. We have qualified tutors who are DBS checked and hold relevant teaching qualifications and experience.