Yes, but there are rules around this and it has to be in keeping with ‘the spirit of the National Tutoring Programme’ which is to provide extra capacity and/or expertise to schools, to supplement high-quality teaching.
Part-time members of staff can tutor in your school as long as they have the capacity to do so and have applied to be employed as a tutor by SP Tutors. They have to be employed by a tuition partner for your school to receive the subsidised tutoring.
SP Tutors will still need to run the normal, necessary pre-employment checks like DBS and Teacher Prohibition check, plus ensure they have a valid Safeguarding certificate. There are some core training modules that the tutor will have to undertake before being able to tutor in your school.
Full-time teachers are not able to tutor in your school. They can, however, tutor in another school, perhaps a linked, neighbouring school, before or after class time, as this would provide outside expertise. Please always consider the practicalities of delivering the tutoring (travel time) and the teacher’s capacity.