William Clarence Education joins forces with Atom Learning for a new webinar aimed at 11+ and 13+ parents.

William Clarence Education joins forces with Atom Learning for a new School Selection webinar.

William Clarence Education
June 11th 2020

We are delighted to have been invited to host a webinar with Atom Learning next Wednesday 17th June at 6pm to discuss the options open to parents when selecting senior schools at 11+ and 13+.

Atom Learning is the leading resource for parents with children at these school age groups and we are looking forward to helping and give our insights to their parent base.  

The core focus of our discussion will be ensuring Atom Learning’s parents benefit from a comprehensive overview and inside track on the options and decision points they face so they can proceed with confidence, with the help of Atom Nucleus.  

Our Head of School Admissions and Placement, Diana Morant will be discussing:

  • Differences in school offerings and what you need to consider
  • How to effectively shortlist school choices
  • The application process and how to effectively prepare
  • Fees and fee assistance
  • What to ask at an open day - and much more.

About Atom Nucleus

Atom Nucleus is an online, adaptive KS2 home-learning platform that keeps pupils on their individual, optimal learning paths and maximises their progression and attainment. The platform is appropriate for pupils in years 3, 4, 5 and 6 and is especially relevant for pupils preparing for senior school entry assessments (such as the ISEB Common Pre-Tests, London Consortium, UKiset, 11+, and school-specific assessments). 

For parents with children working towards the 11+ or 13+ entry exams - this is a must attend webinar. 

Register online for free here.

Atom Learning is also offering an exclusive 20% discount off Atom Nucleus to all those who attend the webinar. To receive 20% off your first payment, please click here. The discount will automatically apply to your subscription if you choose to continue after your five day free trial