Atom Learning, the edtech platform that uses AI to transform educational outcomes, has announced its international expansion into Asia, Africa and the Middle East. It’s online learning platform – Atom Prime – is now used by schools in Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, Nigeria and Abu Dhabi.
With 50% growth month-on-month, Atom Learning has doubled in headcount in the last two months and announced a number of significant new positions. The team will drive the development of its innovative learning platform which combines high-quality content, designed and produced by teachers, with sophisticated technology to keep students on their individual, optimal learning paths.
Atom Prime launched just six months ago and in October entered the UK State sector, following a successful trial in private schools, with over 200 Preparatory Schools now using the platform.
Atom Learning was founded by Jake O’Keeffe and Alex Hatvany in 2018, having become frustrated by the inequality in education provision in the UK and globally. They see huge potential for technology to reduce the gap in attainment between the most and least privileged.
Jake O’Keeffe, co-founder of Atom Learning, said: “We have seen phenomenal growth since launching Atom Prime in May, doubling headcount in just two months and now expanding internationally. This demonstrates a clear appetite from schools and parents for innovative solutions to improving access to high-quality education.
“We firmly believe in the power of technology to enhance educational outcomes and reduce the gap in attainment between the most and least privileged, and 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.”