World Tutors’ Day

It’s time to #ThankYourTutor to celebrate World Tutors’ Day on 2nd July, 2023.

We know how important tutors are to our children. As parents ourselves, we created Qualified Tutor and World Tutors’ Day to celebrate tutors globally. This year we want to show our tutors how much they mean to us with our #ThankYourTutor campaign.

This is your time to show your tutor how much they mean to you. You will receive an invitation to share your thoughts and thank you note which will be sent directly to your tutor to be included in their very own digital wallet that they can share publicly.

As a parent, you can share your thank you note, or you can invite your child/ren to do so – if you wish to remain anonymous, just let us know.

We hope you see how wonderful this can be for our tutors, and we know this will mean the world to them when they receive your kind note just as we head into a new school year.

ways to thank your tutor - World Tutors' Day

Your tutor will receive a digital thank you note with your words on a beautifully designed note that they can share in marketing, on LinkedIn, and alongside their credentials & training.

They can download the note in PDF or photo format to pin to their inspiration walls to be reminded that the hard work they are doing means so much to so many of us.

Thank you to our sponsors:


“A new global awareness day, World Tutors’ Day, has just been founded by my mother, Julia Silver. My mother was Deputy Headteacher in my primary school until last year (it wasn’t as bad as it sounds). She left to start her own business, Qualified Tutor, which qualifies tutors, helping them to be better at their job.

I started tutoring my friend’s little sister. We have so much fun. It’s easy for anyone at whatever age to tutor. All you need is a few worksheets, some stickers and an open mind. It’s so interesting watching them learn and understanding something new.

I think tutors work so hard, helping people who struggle in school, they need to be appreciated. So now with World Tutors’ Day coming up, it’s the perfect time to thank your tutor.

Go to or #thankyourtutor to make your tutor smile.”

By Rina Silver, aged 11


“Hi my name is Daniel,

I have had four tutors Alison, Helen, Sara, and Jodi.

Each tutor was amazing and really helped me to understand English.

I find it is important to say thank you because they have helped me so much in the world.

Go to #thankyourtutor.”

by Daniel, aged 9