Current tutors' testimonials
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because for a fairly minimal outlay, the returns are exceptional."
Candy (Leamington Spa)
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because I am now working full time as a piano teacher and almost all of my students have found me using the Tutor Pages!"
Daisy Dicker (Hove Park)
"The Tutor Pages is a great online platform for promoting yourself as a teacher."
Katy Ovens (Crouch End)
"The Tutor Pages have given me about twenty contacts over a year; all but one of whom were serious queries. Parents feel they are getting good value for money and therefore start off their conversations with you in a positive manner."
Cathy Silman (Penn Hill)
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because they give you good links on search engines and I have had a lot of contacts through them. This has definitely been my most successful form of advertising."
Emma Clayton Music Tuition (Dresden and Florence)
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because I have received some work through their site and these students have stayed with me and therefore it has more than paid for my subscription. Tutor Pages are very active in striving to improve visibility and efficiency of their members profiles and the forum is very useful too!"
Marguerite McMullin (Arnold)
"I would recommend The Tutor Pages because it allows you to provide full information regarding your qualifications, experience and other details, to help give potential students or parents a clear picture of you, thus helping them make an informed choice when looking for a suitable tutor."
Mrs Teresa A Wishart (Mytchett and Deepcut)
"The Tutor Pages has consistently generated more cello lesson enquiries for me than any other online teaching directory I have used. The enquiries have all been genuine as opposed to the many bogus attempts at defrauding teachers out of their hard-earned money that come through on many other directories. The site is well designed and offers a great looking and detailed profile page. Well worth the Gold Membership."
Deryn Cullen (Wyke)