Atom School is an online learning platform that helps your pupils succeed in English, maths and science – and it’s free.
Create homework and lesson activities in seconds
Save time with automatic marking
Get data-driven insights on pupil progress
Atom School is a free classroom and homework platform that empowers you to:
Manage mixed-ability classes with adaptive learning
Provide in-class support with helpsheets and video tutorials
Prepare for SATs and boost results
Support secondary school preparation
Quickly build and customise homework and activities to use in your lessons using teacher-created Key Stage 2 content. Everything is automatically marked for you!
Let our smart, adaptive technology differentiate your pupils’ work for you. Your pupils will see tailored content, helping to boost confidence.
Atom School gives you robust data to analyse year groups, classes and individuals. Instantly see strengths, areas for development and opportunities for intervention.
When your school uses Atom School, pupils on free school meals will get free access to our award-winning home learning platform to further support their education.
Create, customise and manage SATs practice papers
Use curriculum tests to analyse progress
Get reliable data on standardised scores, stanine and decile rankings
Atom School is designed for children in Years 3–6 (ages 7 to 11).
Atom School covers English, maths, science, verbal reasoning and non-verbal reasoning.
All of the content you see on the platform is written by teachers, for teachers.
Yes – our content is grounded in the Key Stage 2 national curriculum in England. The reasoning content is mapped to 11+ exams.
We’ve chosen to offer the main features of Atom School to schools for free as part of our mission to democratise education. We do have paid products for home learning and managing assessments.
"Children regularly accessing Atom tend to have a better understanding/reasoning for the skills.”
"It’s a really nice tool to help develop retention of facts. It gives the kids everything that they need."