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Tuition for A levels

We provide you with expert tutors who are able to help you excel in your A levels so that you can get a place at your dream university.

Our tutors are world leaders in their fields of study, fulfilling your academic ambitions.

Choose your tuition format



Private tuition via Skype or Zoom

In person


Private tuition in your home



Have a tutor who will live and travel with you

Tuition from

£ 80

/per hour

How it works


Consult with your education consultant

Each family has unique needs and we believe a bespoke approach is the key to success.

Our experts will create a long-term learning strategy to help realise your goals.

We meticulously plan every step of the process and provide you with a clear route with milestones so that you fully understand how we will help you.


Tutor selection

We offer specialist tutors to fit your academic goals.

Every single tutor is Russell Group-/Oxbridge-educated and have

extensive teaching experience – both privately and in the best schools internationally.

Each tutor is hand-picked by our educational consultants according to qualifications and personality to ensure the perfect fit for each student.


Tutor start

Schedule lessons with your tutor following the plan


Progress monitoring

Your educational consultant liaises with your tutor to ensure the student follows a tailored tuition plan.

Your tutor provides regular update reports on your custom online platform, accessible on any mobile device.

Speak with an Advisor Today!

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What's new

Your personal dashboard


View your tutor's profile

  • Review your tutor's education​

  • Contact your tutors

  • View your tutor's availability

Book lessons and pay online

  • Schedule lessons with your tutors

  • Pay easily via card online

  • View your child's schedule

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Monitor learning progress

  • View your tutor's lesson notes

  • Add your own notes to your tutor

  • Stay on top of the learning process

Tutor spotlight

Top tier tutors for a range of subjects available to teach in your home

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Arthur Goldsmith

Stanford University: Bachelor of Science - Computer Science


"I majored in Computer Science at Stanford and have since been working on my own start up in EdTech as well as tutoring. I specialise in teaching Maths and CompSci. I love helping children discover their passion for programming."

  • When should I go to a UK school?
    The main entry points for UK schools are 13+ (just before GCSEs) and 16+ for A-levels. However, most schools also have some flexibility for 14+ entry if you miss 13+ but competition here is extremely fierce - usually just 4 or 5 places available. Prep schools also take boys from aged 7 and schools that have a large intake of day students, like Sevenoaks also take children at 11+ ( a very popular entry point for non-boarders in the UK)
  • How long does it take to prepare to enter a school in the UK?
    The answer to this depends on a number of factors. You could argue that UK students spend 6 or 7 years in top prep schools preparing to enter the very best boarding schools. The truth is that it takes on average 2 years to prepare to enter a UK school. The main focus is on profile building, English and entrance examinations. But one should be mindful of the process. Some schools such as Eton college require registration of the pupil at aged 9, this is 4 years before the desired entry point. You really need to be on top of the process from quite a young age to put in place the necessary steps to ensure success.
  • What is your success rate?
    We have a very strong success rate, in fact it's 100%. We are extremely fortunate to work with clients who really understand the process and appreciate how much work they need to put in. Due to this, our clients listen to our advice religiously and invest everything they can into achieving success. As well as this, we only take a certain number of clients each year allowing us to focus entirely on them. As of 2021, every single one of our students has been placed at their top choice school.
  • How can Spencer Perceval help me with this process?
    Every year we work with a small number of clients helping them enter UK schools. We work extremely hard to understand the relative strengths and weaknesses of your child’s application and then build out a strategy to maximise your chances of success. Profile building is at the centre of this strategy. Our consultants work out how to make your child stand out from the crowd, building up an outstanding application that schools won’t be able to turn away. Our consultants are typically ex-head masters and mistresses of leading prep schools and help give you the advice you need to get into your dream school.
  • What is profile building and why is it important?
    Profile building is a key stone of any successful application to a top school or university. Profile building is the continued process of moulding the skills of students to make them the most attractive to schools. This includes developing musical talents, sporting prowess, charity work, academic excellence and much more. We look at pupils and perform a full assessment of their skills and abilities and from this we develop a long term plan to grow in key areas that are most sought after by the most prestigious schools.
  • How are you different from other consultancy firms?
    We centre our approach on learning as much as we can about your child and your family to find the most specialised and effective solution to your needs. Integrity and honesty remain key pillars of our company, we will give you real and pragmatic advice, and strategy to help get the best results for your family. We employ a number of tech solutions to increase transparency so that you may track our work at any time of the day online. Finally, we believe in the British education system and want as many children to have the advantages that it gives, including your family.
  • What are your fees?
    Fees can be found here. Fees for consultancy services start range from £1000 - £13,500 depending on the level of support required.
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