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Personal Tutoring Guidance

Key information and resources to support personal tutors.

Key information

The first stop for all personal tutors. These resources will outline expectations, guidelines and practical advice for personal tutors to help support student success.


Important policies and procedures

Policies and guidelines that all personal tutors need to follow, including Staff-Student Professional Boundaries.


QA33 Personal Tutoring

This Quality Assurance (QA) Code of Practice statement details the principles of the University’s Personal Tutorial System.

Resources

Useful additional resources and topic insights for personal tutors, to help develop your skills and make tutorials more effective.


Staff Wellbeing

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We promote wellbeing at work by providing relevant information, advice and support to create a thriving, sustainable and safe community and workplace.

Top Tips and Topic Timeline​

Senior Tutors developed these resources as a guide to check-in points between personal tutors and tutees, suggest helpful topics, and provide top tips.

Further resources for Personal Tutors

Additional internal and external resources to help you succeed in your role as a Personal Tutor. Includes suggestions for videos, web, books and other content.

Supporting students or challenging situations

Detailed guidance to assist with particular challenges and circumstances. If in doubt, call the Student Services Staff Advice Line.


Support and Report

Welcome to the page, where you can gain more information on the process of Support and Report.

Peer Support

Student leaders in the SU support their peers with emotional and academic challenges as they transition to life and study at Bath.

Where to go for further advice

Next steps for personal tutors seeking additional guidance or development. Contact your Director of Studies, Senior Tutor, or the Student Services Staff Advice Line.


Senior Tutors

Senior Tutors coordinate the Personal Tutor system. They act as a point of communication between academic units and central support services.

Staff learning and development

Training and support to help you get started in a new role, develop your career, use University systems, manage people, and stay safe at work.

Contact us

If in doubt call the Student Services Staff Advice Line