Osborne Cawkwell Limited, WeWork, First Floor 71-91, Aldwych London WC2B 4HN Registered in England and Wales Registration Number 8512353
+44 (0)20 7584 5355

Fees: Up to A Level

2017 Introduction fees per tutor engaged   OC Total
Introduction Fee £45 £45
Introduction Fee (for next working day’s tuition) £75 £75
Tuition up to A Level in London Tutor OC Total
With an Endorsed Tutor
Hourly Rate – 1:1 (Monday to Friday) £38 £12 £50
Hourly Rate – 1:1 (weekend/bank holiday) £43 £12 £55
Hourly Rate – 1:1 at OC Office (Monday to Friday) £38 £22 £60
Hourly Rate – Group (Monday to Friday) £46 £12 £58
Hourly Rate – Group (weekend/bank holiday) £51 £12 £63
Hourly Rate – Skype/telephone (Monday to Sunday) £31 £12 £43
Hourly Rate – Marking/emailing work (Monday to Sunday) £23 £7 £30
Skype Group £38 £12 £50
With a Career Tutor
Hourly Rate – 1:1 (Monday to Sunday) £53 £12 £65
Hourly Rate – 1:1 at OC Office (Monday to Friday) £53 £22 £75
Hourly Rate – Group (Monday to Sunday) £63 £12 £75
Hourly Rate – Skype/telephone (Monday to Sunday) £43 £12 £55
Hourly Rate – Marking/emailing work (Monday to Sunday) £31 £7 £38
Hourly Rate – Group Skype/telephone (Monday to Sunday) £50 £12 £62
TUITION UP TO A LEVEL – residential basis Tutor OC Total
With an Endorsed Tutor
Day Rate £175 £48 £223
Week Rate (from 2 weeks onwards) £1,050 £288 £1,338
With a Career Tutor
Day Rate £240 £48 £288
Week Rate (from 2 weeks onwards) £1,440 £288 £1,728
TUITION UP TO A LEVEL outside London Tutor OC Total
With an Endorsed Tutor
2 hours of tuition (Monday to Friday) £106 £24 £130
2 hours of tuition (weekend/bank holiday) £116 £24 £140
3 hours of tuition (Monday to Friday) £144 £36 £180
3 hours of tuition (weekend/bank holiday) £159 £36 £195
4 hours of tution (Monday to Friday) £182 £48 £230
4 hours of tution (weekend/bank holiday) £202 £48 £250
With a Career Tutor
2 hours of tuition (Monday to Sunday) £146 £24 £170
3 hours of tuition (Monday to Sunday) £199 £36 £235
4 hours of tution (Monday to Sunday) £252 £48 £300

Endorsed Tutors and Career Tutors.

Endorsed Tutors: whilst most of them have been with us for some years now, others have been recruited recently. What unites them is that their passion for tutoring on the side of other activities such as writing, studying, acting or working  because they have a talent for their subject and find tutoring a rewarding experience. We will have interviewed each of them face to face and one-to-one, followed up two references for them, ensured they have a current DBS and met them again at our induction session. Nearly every tutor we take on now has some tutoring experience already so we are very comfortable recommending them to you.

Career Tutors: a concept we introduced in 2012; we now have 50 of them on our books. These are tutors who have been with OC for more than three years (though half of them have been with us for much longer than this, some since 2000!), receive constant outstanding feedback and most importantly have decided to commit to tutoring for the foreseeable future. Some of them tutor full time while others tutor alongside studying or working, but what unites them is their experience and excellent reputation combined with their dedication to teaching and supporting students in the long term.

 

Out of London Tuition
If you live outside London, you need to book a minimum of 2 hours of tuition (but you can book 3 or 4 hours, too) in order to make the trip viable for the tutor.

As well as paying for the tutor’s travel expenses for the journey to your home and back (be that by train or by car at 30p per mile), these placements incur a surcharge (which already quoted in the fees for 2/3/4 hours of tuition) to compensate the tutor for the time they spend travelling out of and back into London.

Residential Tuition
A minimum of 2 days must be booked for a residential placement. The daily rate covers 4 hours of tuition; extra hours can be agreed, if required, at the hourly rate on top of the daily rate.

You are asked to provide bed and board for the time the tutor stays with you, as well as pay for a return journey to and from the tutor’s home to the place of tuition. If a tutor is placed in a self-catering apartment or a hotel, then a food allowance should be provided. For placements abroad, the client is asked to cover the cost of the tutor’s travel insurance as well as a travel visa where necessary.