Trust Sets up Own Tutoring Company to Stop £1bn Catch-up Cash Seeping into Private Sector

A former regional school commissioner turned trust CEO is spearheading a new school-led tutoring agency to ensure government catch-up cash doesn’t get “dissipated” on profit-making companies.

Unity Schools Partnership (USP), which has 29 academies in eastern England, has set up a trading subsidiary company called Schools Partnership Tutors.

They hope to get approval for a “school collaborative” tutoring agency that can be used as part of the government’s catch-up program.  

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