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Making education accessible for all.

Learning By Heart is a campaign with two principal goals: to provide children and adults in the UK with the educational support they need, while in turn helping to widen access to education for young people across the world. 

We provide online classes in a range of subjects, run by volunteer tutors, in exchange for a pay-as-you-feel donation which we pass on to our partner organisations. Currently, our proceeds are donated to The Literacy Hubs.


The Literacy Hubs' incredible work enables young people to develop the literacy skills they need to thrive. They provide unique, adventurous learning environments to promote a love for reading and writing amongst disadvantaged communities.

With our pay-as-you-feel system, we hope to allow as many people to benefit from our service as possible. For further details about how our tutoring works, and to see the subjects on offer, click here.

The Literacy Hubs Activities

Photo credit: The Literacy Hubs

About us



'Naomi worked at our school in Buenos Aires, teaching English to both children and adults. All of them benefitted from her fantastic drive and wonderful ways of connecting and teaching.

Naomi is an excellent teacher, she is responsible, caring and hard-working, with strong will, great initiative and empathy.' - Silvia Vidas, Headmistress at Fullknowledge Language School, Buenos Aires.



The Literacy Hubs is an educational charity which prioritises the promotion of literacy skills among young people, from disadvantaged communities in Portsmouth. Their mission is to dismantle educational barriers for young people from the least advantaged communities, specifically they currently support young people aged 8-13 in the important transition from primary to secondary school.

The Literacy Hubs strive for their mission by creating unique, creative, and adventurous learning environments to inspire a love for reading and writing. They provide literacy support for less advantaged pupils in receipt of Pupil Premium funding and in many cases free school meals. The children who attend the programme, have low literacy levels and in many cases poor confidence in the school setting. They leave the programme and enter secondary education with impressive results and set up for success with their improved literacy, releasing them from the disadvantages of their backgrounds.

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