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  • AltSchool provides personalised education
  • AltSchool provides personalised education
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AltSchool provides personalised education

Not all kids like maths and science. Wouldn’t it be great if students could skip the subjects they find boring and instead focus on what they like best? At AltSchool, music, film or even robotics can be used as a vehicle for learning; kids will never play truant again.

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