We currently work with over 18,000 qualified and experienced teachers, across the UK, who also offer their skills as high quality home tutors. All are subject-specialists, professional, reliable, up-to-date with Examination Boards and the current demands of a changing curriculum. If you are a qualified teacher, we would be delighted if you would consider joining our team today.
We work only with qualified teachers, as we believe that professional teachers provide the highest quality of home tuition. Most of our teachers continue to work full-time or part-time in their schools; some have recently moved into more full-time tuition roles; all choose to offer their skills as high quality tutors in their local area. Our teachers come from the State, Grammar and Independent School Sectors; with experience across Primary, Secondary and Further Education. We provide home tuition for all age groups (currently from 4 to 91), we teach all academic subjects and at all academic levels from Early Years and Primary through to GCSE and A level. We also offer 11+, 13+, Common Entrance, Scholarship, SEN support, home schooling, adult tuition, work experience, careers and UCAS support.
If you are a qualified teacher or lecturer (still teaching full-time, part-time or otherwise) and are interested in providing high quality home tuition in your local area, to increase your income, skills and job satisfaction; we would be delighted if you would consider joining our large professional team. Each teacher receive a professional fee of between £35ph to £60ph, transferred directly into their bank account, at the end of each month. Teachers To Your Home is the appointed agent of the teacher, who is self-employed as a tutor, acting as a consultant for Teachers To Your Home.
Complete the on-line form below to register with us. We do not charge any registration fee, nor are there are any ongoing costs at all for our teachers. You may also choose to upload any supporting document that you have available eg. your CV.
Once we receive your application, we will confirm your registration by e-mail. Feel free to call Gill or Jim at any time 03300 580908 ... just to say hello ... or if you have any further questions at all. Our offices are open until 7pm weekdays and from 10am to 2pm on Saturdays
You will need to register as self-employed with HMRC to make sure you pay the correct Income Tax and National Insurance for your wages. As a sole trader you will have to complete a self-assessment tax return every year after 5th April, which you can do online. You must do this even if you are also employed elsewhere, as this can change how much you are taxed altogether across all of your employment.
What you will pay in Income Tax depends on how much of your income is above your Personal Allowance, and how much of this falls within each tax band. The current 2017/18 tax-free Personal Allowance in the UK is £11,500. This is the amount of income that you can earn a year that you don’t have to pay tax on. Anything you earn over this amount will be taxed, and the tax you pay will depend on how much you earn above your personal allowance.
It is crucial that you register as self-employed and submit details of your income to the government within three months of starting your work. Failure to do this puts you at risk of being audited and paying a fine.
Most tutoring agencies, including Teachers To Your Home Ltd, operate on the basis that all payment is to be managed solely between the tutor and the student. This means that all payment and income records are your own responsibility, and you must therefore keep a detailed record of your earnings for HMRC.
How Do I Complete a Self-Assessment Form?
For a simple and easy self-assessment process, it’s important to have ready all the necessary information you need for your personal circumstances. In becoming a private tutor, you should be keeping records of your income and have all the relevant paperwork up to date to make this process as straightforward as possible.
For your self-assessment form you will need:
You will need to fill in a self-assessment form called SA100, which is available on the HMRC website. There are guidance notes available to help you during the process of filling out the form. There are supplementary pages of the self-assessment form to fill out if you have more than one self-employed job. These will give you the opportunity to declare any earnings from other jobs that you have as a sole trader. This can be filled out by hand and posted, or filled out and submitted online. HMRC can send you the relevant forms for your circumstances and the guidance notes to help you fill them out. They can also be downloaded from their website. If you are completing the form online, you must register and make a login on the HMRC website. You will then receive a password which will grant you access to the online forms. You will receive the password in the post, which can sometimes take a couple of weeks, so it’s a good idea to leave yourself plenty of time.
The deadline for a tax return by post is 31st October. If you complete the forms online, then you have until 31st January. A penalty of £100 can be given if you miss these deadlines.
If you have any problems, please see the HMRC website. You can call the HMRC Self-Assessment helpline on 0845 9000 444.