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Atom Learning expands to new markets

UK-based edtech platform Atom Learning has announced an expansion into Asia, Africa and the Middle East to help reduce teacher workload and improve educational outcomes for students at schools across the regions.

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Atom Prime will be used in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Nigeria and Abu Dhabi

One of the company’s two online learning platforms – Atom Prime – will be used in schools in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Nigeria and Abu Dhabi.

“We firmly believe in the power of technology to enhance educational outcomes”

Launched in May, Atom Prime seeks to reduce teacher workload, while supporting them in managing mixed-ability classes.

Additionally, it aims to ensure “non-subject experts can run productive lessons and improves dialogue between parents and teachers”.

“We have seen phenomenal growth since launching Atom Prime in May, doubling headcount in just two months and now expanding internationally,” co-founder of Atom Learning Jake O’Keeffe said.

“This demonstrates a clear appetite from schools and parents for innovative solutions to improving access to high-quality education.”

According to Atom, the company has grown 50% month-on-month and since its launch in May, Atom Prime has signed up over 200 Preparatory Schools in the UK.

Its other platform – Atom Nucleus – offers students revision and personalised learning at home. It is an optional “affordable alternative to a private tutor” for parents, the company noted.

As Atom Learning continues to grow, it will develop the platform to combine high-quality content, designed and produced by teachers, with sophisticated technology to keep students on their individual, optimal learning paths.

“We firmly believe in the power of technology to enhance educational outcomes and reduce the gap in attainment between the most and least privileged,” O’Keeffe added.

“That is why we continue to invest in the growth of the business, to constantly improve the platform and to reach greater numbers of students across the UK and overseas.”



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