Schools can become involved with The Brilliant Club in two ways, through The Scholars Programme or the Brilliant Tutoring Programme.

The Scholars Programme

The Scholars Programme recruits, trains and places PhD tutors in state schools to deliver courses of university-style tutorials, which are supplemented by two university trips.

The Scholars Programme can be delivered to pupils from 8-18 and runs across the UK. 

To find out more and get The Scholars Programme in your school, click the button below. 

The Brilliant Tutoring Programme

The Brilliant Club part of the national effort to support schools in addressing the impact of Covid-19 school closures on pupils, as a Tuition Partner of the National Tutoring Programme. Through The Brilliant Tutoring Programme, Brilliant Club PhD tutors will deliver curriculum-focused tuition to small groups of pupils.

The National Tutoring Programme (NTP) has been designed to support schools in providing a sustained response to the coronavirus pandemic and to provide a longer-term contribution to closing the attainment gap. Visit their website for further information.

The Brilliant Tutoring Programme will utilise our current tutor training, impact and evaluation and delivery expertise to deliver a curriculum-focused programme.

To find out more and enquire to use this programme in your school, or become a tutor, visit The Brilliant Tutoring Programme page.

Join the Dots

Join the Dots is a national programme built on the principles of community, connections and coaching. It brings together schools and universities to develop networks of support for students during the transition to university. It is targeted at students who are most likely to face barriers in making a successful transition to university, and who are at risk of missing out on the life-changing opportunities that come from successfully earning a degree from a competitive university.

We are looking for schools to take part in the pilot of Join the Dots in 2022. Find out more via the button below, and get in touch if you’d like to speak to one of the team.