Tunbridge Wells Community

Pro Bono Classes, Scholarships and Links to Local Charities

Closing the Grammar School Gap
RTC Tonbridge and Tunbridge Wells are ever so proud to partner with two outstanding local Grammar Schools, The Judd School and Tonbridge Grammar School, in a quest to close the Grammar School gap.
Since January 2019, RTC have supported Horizons, a fantastic social mobility programme, by Tonbridge Grammar School.  Up to 25% of RTC’s sought-after tuition classes at the Tonbridge Centre, are allocated to pupils in receipt of the pupil premium grant.
From September 2020, RTC starts an exciting partnership with The Judd School.  RTC is delighted to deliver a series of its sought-after 11+ lessons and a Mock 11+ Quiz, to students from disadvantaged backgrounds, on a not-for-profit basis.

Pro Bono Class

We get to see, first hand, the immense benefits that a child can gain from a more personalised approach to education. For too long, ‘tutoring’ has been the unjust privilege of the few. Alongside our small group model, which allows us to drive down rates for classes, we have pro bono classes that offer free education to children from ‘disadvantaged’ backgrounds. We work closely with local schools, extending the opportunity to learn to Year 5 pupils who are entitled to Free School Meals (FSM).

Our weekly Year 5 pro bono class is on Tuesdays, between 5-6pm. The class is focused upon improving children’s skills in Maths and English, as well as developing their ability to apply logic and problem solve through the study of Reasoning.

RTC Scholarship Schemes

We have two different types of scholarship scheme. First, we offer Maths and English classes, at a substantially reduced rate (up to 50% off), to children from families that fall just outside the FSM bracket (between £16-20K annual household income). This is open to pupils in Years 4 and 5, and we offer three scholarships places per academic year. This scholarship scheme is not dependent upon academic ability; just a desire to learn.

Our second scholarship scheme has two available places each year and is for exceptionally gifted pupils as they enter Year 5. We aim to offer this RTC scholarship to a child from a low-income family (£16-20K annual household income), that is working towards Level 5 and interested in gaining a place at a grammar school. Children are assessed via our RTC Scholarship Assessment, which is held in the first week of September.

Working with Local Charities

We are delighted to be supporting AIM, a local 11+ charity. AIM is affiliated with Number One Community Trust and was set up by a group of three local mums to ‘level the playing field’ and offer 11+ preparation to bright children from low income families. Like AIM, The Right Tuition Company are passionate about making supplementary education available to all; thereby making Grammar School a realistic prospect for an ever-widening demographic.

We are pleased to be able to help AIM by providing the charity with RTC tutors, our exclusive learning materials and on-going education advice and guidance.


We are also very happy collaborate with Kallikids, which provide online information to parents about reputable children’s activities and services. Over the past two years, we have worked with Kallikids to offer free education to children from less privileged socio-economic backgrounds.

Alfie, who joined RTC classes half way through Year 4, has just entered Year 6. During this time, it has been a joy to see him mature; growing in confidence and deriving enjoyment from the learning experience. He has developed an impressive set of skills that equips him handsomely for the imminent transition to Secondary school. Our congratulations to Alfie for all his hard work!


We are proud to sponsor the Tunbridge Wells Rugby Club (TWRFC) Under 11s’ team.