Why choose Keystone Tutors?
Our professional tutors
The tutors we represent are dedicated professionals with proven track records in the UK’s most competitive entrance and national exams. They help their students to perform at their best, building academic resilience and life-long intellectual curiosity.
We employ a team of over 50 full-time tutors. The tutors we work with all go through a rigorous on-going training programme; they have access to materials that Keystone have developed in-house; and because they are employed by Keystone, they make a long-term commitment to their students.
Our track record
We have a wealth of experience in assisting students with preparation for competitive London day schools and top UK boarding schools including St. Paul’s Boys School, St Paul’s Girls School, Westminster, King’s Wimbledon College School, Eton, Harrow, Winchester, Wycombe Abbey and many others.
We have also successfully supported students with entrance into many of the top British universities, including University of Oxford, University of Cambridge, Imperial College London, University College London (UCL), London School of Economics (LSE), University of Edinburgh, Kings College London (KCL), University of Bristol and many others.
Finding the right tutor for each child
Tutoring online means there is never a compromise on quality. We have come to believe strongly that the choice of tutor is always the most important factor in the success of an engagement.
When you request a tutor through Keystone we spend a significant amount of time learning about your circumstances. Priding ourselves on how well we know the varying strengths of each tutor, we ensure that we put forward the very best tutor for your requirements.
After the first lesson, one of our dedicated client managers will contact you to find out how the lesson went. Our client managers are always available at the end of the phone and they are frequently praised for their efficiency, dedication and responsiveness.
We have a monthly reporting system which is used to update parents on an ongoing basis.
The monthly report details:
- the focus of that month’s tutoring
- the form of assessment used
- the student's achievements and areas for further work
- the focus for the coming month
The regular, rigorous reporting of the tutors we represent is frequently commended by parents.