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Home Tuition


At KB Education, we recognise that home tuition providers are part of the wider educational ecosystem that safeguards and supports children and young people

To provide interesting activities to engage young people back into education

To offer varied packages of outdoor and practical learning opportunities

To utilise the local community to encourage children to reintegrate within the local area

To be actively involved in the safeguarding of young people who are disengaged from mainstream education

To communicate information with external professionals to ensure relevant agency involvement


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Children accessing Phoenix home tuition will all receive an initial home visit to begin to build relationships.

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Phoenix home tutors will review the child’s one page profile/school paperwork and update child’s voice

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Child’s voice will be captured through a chronology of their Phoenix experience, CPOMs and regular updates with school/home



As part of the Home Tuition package, children and young people will be assessed

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A series of assessment of needs could be undertaken such as, SDQ, Boxall, sensory profile, GL assessments. Bespoke screening can also take place where required including Speech and Language assessment

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If applicable, information can be utilised to support the reintegration of young people into a more formal education setting when ready

Strong relationships and effective partnerships are crucial components of AP quality


We are committed to establishing strong, supportive relationships with parents and carers, that lead to improvements in attendance and engagement, behaviour, learning and attainment


We are committed to safeguarding and meeting children and young people’s needs through strategic partnership working with local authorities, mainstream schools, external AP providers and other agencies

Trauma Informed

We are committed to continual development, innovation and the application of evidence-based practice, such as trauma-informed approaches for children and young people who have had Adverse Childhood Experiences