100% of Principals surveyed want TLG to return to their school.

100% of Principals surveyed would recommend TLG to other Principals. 

TLG approaches schools after careful consideration of a number of factors based on need and alignment with our organisational vision. These include the Index of Community Socio-Educational Advantage (ICSEA) of the school, attendance rates, distance from Perth and referrals from education officials.

Rural Program

TLG funds 500 volunteer university students annually during our Rural Program to provide over 10,000 hours of free face-to-face, one-on-one tuition and mentoring to disadvantaged rural and Indigenous students across WA. We visit up to 14 schools across 2 weeks during each program in June/July and November/December.
We are delighted to have TLG work with our school. It is the positive and caring relationships that the tutors build with the students that is of the utmost importance. From there, the students have the trust and confidence to take risks with learning. The program is both educational and entertaining for the students and they love having TLG come.
— Catherine Jones, Cue Primary School Principal
Our students loved the one-one-one nature of the TLG program, it allowed them to build a trust relationship with the tutors which saw them engage to their full potential. Thank you for coming out to East Kalgoorlie Primary School!
— Kate Lavery, East Kalgoorlie Primary School Teacher


The eMentor program sustains the impact of the Rural Program by providing weekly online tutoring and mentoring sessions across the school term to the same partnered schools. The primary focus of the eMentor program is mentor students on issues they may face as they transition into high school, such as bullying, peer-pressure and goal setting.
The eMentor program is a fantastic way to maintain involvement with TLG between Rural Programs. Developing a mentoring relationship with a primary school student who is hundreds of kilometres away is an innovative and positive use of the technology that educators have at their disposal today.
— Monica Stanisis, eMentor
I absolutely loved my time on the eMentor program and looked forward to our sessions every week! The most rewarding feeling was seeing my mentee progress so quickly and enthusiastically. This program is such an amazing way of giving back to the community and is so beneficial for both mentee and mentor.
— Natasha Dutton, eMentor

Find out more below about how to become a partner school

Improved maths ability


100% of Principals observed an improvement in maths ability

Improved attendance


100% of Principals observed an increase in students attendance rates

Improved self confidence


100% of Principals observed an improvement in students' self confidence

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Rural Program

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1 Week Program

Our Rural Program sends university volunteers out to rural communities to conduct one-on-one Australian Curriculum mathematics tutoring during a week-long visit to a school

What we need from you:

  • Mathematics learning outcomes (submitted by Teachers) for students to work on during the Program
  • Accommodation at the school (e.g. an empty classroom or library)
  • Facilities to conduct tutoring in such as an empty classroom or library

  • If you think your school aligns with our Rural Program objectives, email us today:

    Logistics Manager

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  • Students will be taken for tutoring sessions each day. Sessions are typically divided up by year level amongst your usual teaching classes

  • Our tutoring timetable is flexible, and we will do our best to work around your school's schedule

  • The Rural Program is provided entirely cost free to the school and students. However, schools are able to opt to fund the program or find sponsorship.
  • eMentor
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    1hr online over 7 weeks

    Our eMentor provides online interactive tutoring with a focus in mentoring, to upper-primary students in rural Australia and supplements our Rural Program to ensure a sustainable impact.

    What we need from you:

  • One computer per student ("Mentee") which has internet and video
  • Headsets for each student
  • A TLG liaison officer who is a teacher at the school and is responsible for setting up the equipment before each session and supervising the students

  • If you think your school aligns with our eMentor objectives, email us today:

    eMentor Manager

    More Information

  • eMentor mentoring is provided entirely cost free to the school and students. However, schools are able to opt to fund the program or find sponsorship.

  • The school must be able to provide laptops or computers and headsets for each student

  • TLG provides the student login details for the online LearnCube classrooms