Personal Tutoring


This collection of resources was catalysed by, and for, personal tutors and is designed to support the work of the personal tutor.

The range of presentations and worksheets here are designed to provide information to support the work of the personal tutor and are regularly updated

The forum was catalysed by and for personal tutors. Participants in the forum included academic staff from all Schools, Teacher Fellows, student representatives, counsellors, student services and staff from our Legal and Governance department.
You will see the material below covers:

  • Research informed practice.
  • Resources for staff (including presentations, links to guidance available from Services for Students and worksheets to use with your staff colleagues)
  • Guidance on the framework and the suggested content of the twice yearly individual meetings.
  • Specific information to be used by staff with students at induction.

SEMS Student Engagement Monitoring System

SEMS is a reporting system that provides basic reports that are intended to support Personal Tutors and other staff who have a one-to-one role with students. More information and a user guide can be found on the SEMS web page.To access the system click here.

Research Informed Practice

Resources for staff

Resources to use with students

This collection of resources is intended for academic staff to use with students, usually at Student Induction.

The presentation slides outline the role of the Personal Tutor to students and can be tailored to the individual course (green text indicates a suggested section for you to customise).

Service contacts

Dr Susan Smith

Head of Curriculum Development and Review
01138125268
E-mail Dr Susan Smith

Centre for Learning and Teaching

E-mail Centre for Learning and Teaching

Centre for Learning & Teaching

Personal Tutoring
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