Since 2004, Holland Park Tuition & Education Consultants has been a leading source of private tutors and educational guidance. With offices in London and Dubai, we provide a truly global service. We take pride in building meaningful and lasting relationships with our clients, so that our students can flourish.

    Over the years, we have cultivated strong links with – and secured places at – the top nurseries, schools and universities in London and around the world. Our approach is bespoke, careful and discreet, which is why discerning families trust us to enrich their children’s education and unlock their potential.

    No matter where you live or how unusual your requirements, Holland Park can help.





    With our foundations in private tuition we know exactly how important it is to find the right tutor for each child. For us, tutors should be fantastic educators and mentors, and have the experience to back this up. However, we also seek out bright and interesting personalities; warm and friendly people who engage with their students and make learning enjoyable and accessible.

    For early years experts, we seek out nursery and primary school teachers who are knowledgeable about how young minds learn best. For entrance test preparation, we provide families with tutors who have years of experience preparing students for top boarding and day schools, including scholarship papers. For GCSEs and A levels we source passionate individuals who truly love their subjects, tutors we have witnessed inspire endless Holland Park students to enjoy and excel where they previously struggled.

    Most of all, we get to know the tutors we recommend in person, so we can be confident that when we recommend a tutor to you, they are the very best choice. From our thorough recruitment process to our regular contact with those who work for us, we understand that our tutors are our most valuable asset because ultimately it is they who will help your child fulfil their potential.



  • “We believe that decisions about education should be exciting, not bewildering.”