At Intertute, we are committed to providing the highest quality education to all our students. 
Our fees are as follows: 
Annual tuition fees for students – £4,000 
Administration fee (non-refundable) – £50 
Deposit (paid on enrolment if paying by instalments) - £500 
Our annual academic fees include the following: 
A welcome pack 
Live, interactive classes delivered by excellent teachers 
Full timetable of lessons each week of the academic year 
Homework which is marked with feedback for improvement 
Regular assessments to track progress 
Access to our online portal for parents and students 
Semesterly progress reports to parents 
Support from teachers outside of lesson times through our online portal 
Class resources and textbooks for core GCSE subjects 
Pastoral care and support to nurture our students 


When students start their year 11 studies, we will help you find a local centre where they can take their exams. The cost of these exams varies by centre. It is the parents’ responsibility to book and pay the exams fees directly to the centre as these are not included in the fees. 
Exam Arrangements 
Exams can be a daunting prospect for many students, regardless of ability. Access arrangements, reasonable adjustments and special considerations can be put in place by the schools and/or through exam boards, to attempt to put all students on an equal footing, particularly where there are any physical, medical or learning needs to take into consideration. 
Access Arrangements 
Where a student can demonstrate a need or a ‘normal way of working’ then adjustments can be made. These do not change the exam itself, they simply alter conditions the exam is sat under. Such arrangements are only used where it can be evidenced that a student would be at a disadvantage in the exam compared with other students. 
These can include: 
extra time - the most frequent of all adjustments – can be 25% or 50% depending on circumstances; 
a reader - usually used for those with visual impairments or those whose reading ability is impaired in some way; 
a scribe - used for those whose writing may not be legible; 
modified papers - eg to a different colour, or to braille, or different font sizes; 
assistive technology - where using additional equipment such as laptops or reading pens is the student’s usual way of working, these can be provided in the exams; 
separate room - used for students who need a quiet, calm environment; 
rest breaks - these are supervised breaks which do not count as extra time in exams and are used with students who generally work this way in normal learning. 
Some of the above must be approved by the exam board. The exam boards may request evidence during the application process, eg an educational psychologist report or an assessment by another specialist. Please be aware that it can take up to 18 months to process the assessments. 
The deadline for application to the exam board is the February of the year that the student sits exams. 
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