Super Tutor Phineas Pett has been awarded 'longest serving tutor' at the National Tutoring Awards...
Super tutor Phienas Pett has been awarded the accolade of best and longest serving tutor as voted for by his students at the National Tutoring Conference Tutor Awards. The ceremony was held at the prestigious House of Lords and saw some of the UK's top private tutors congregate for the event.
Phineas Pett was nominated for his assistance in helping his students acheive their highest scores in their exams.
Phienas' dedication to the industry now sees him hoping to start working with tutoring centres and online platforms to broaden his tutoring reach.
Gerard Kelly, Former editor of the TES who presented the award said:
'We are delighted to present Phineas with this this award. Phineas like so many tutors have worked almost 7 days a week and sometimes across the globe, helping students pass exams, Phineas does this with great effect!'
Phineas, who accepted the award at the event, said:
'I'm thrilled to receive the award. The tutoring industry is a fast growing and exciting part of the education sector. You help so many pupils fulfil their exam potential. I am excited about the future and what the industry can achieve.'
Other winners at the event included Charles Bonas, from Bonas Macfarlane, for his charity work. A special mention also went to Bonas Macfarlane's mentoring of young people through exams and into the work place.
Photo: Charles Bonas being handed the award by Gerard Kelly along with Edward Webster
The National Tutoring Conference brings together educators from all parts of the tuition industry to discuss its past, present and future.