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Classes will be conducted virtually over Zoom.

With a low student-teacher ratio, each batch has 4 to 6 students only. This way, we ensure your child gets uninterrupted attention and guidance from teachers.

We will track your child’s progress through formative assessments. To begin with, we conduct an initial FREE Assessment to determine the student’s current level and identify the weak areas. We then suggest improvements and assign a suitable batch. Throughout the program, your child will be continuously assessed during each class with homework and practice sessions, along with formative assessments and progress-tracking at regular intervals.

To see the class timings and dates, please have a quick look at the calendar.

You can start by taking a FREE assessment to test your child’s weak and strong areas in writing and comprehension. This assessment will get reviewed by our ELA expert teachers and we’ll share the results with you, after which you can enroll in a suitable course.

OR if you want to skip the FREE Assessment and enroll directly, head over to Courses section. Pick a course for your child and click on ‘Enroll Now’.

Have more questions? See the FAQ page.

Yes. We do have a sibling discount of 10% for every additional child you enroll. Also, keep an eye out for exciting offers and Back to school discounts in this section.

If you want to learn more about Talentnook Writing Program, just write to us anytime at info@talentnook.com or send us a message on the Contact Us page and we’ll get back to you.

Yes, you can. At any point during the program, if you feel like you want to discuss something with your child’s teacher, you can simply contact them or reach out to Mrs Eileen.

You can view the refund policy here.

After the initial assessment, if we find that your child is advanced then his/her present grade level in English Language Arts, we will suggest to place him in a higher grade level of our program. For example, if your kid is in fifth grade but has the English proficiency of a seventh-grader, we’ll recommend you to enroll him in the seventh-grade batch.

Our English Language Arts program curriculum is designed by Eileen Mammen, a senior ELA educator, and author, and is in accordance with the California Common Core State Standards for ELA/Literacy.

Due to current circumstances, all our classes and programs have shifted online in a virtual platform. Hence, we aren’t offering any in-person classes at the moment.

No, we don’t take in new students once classes have begun in the present semester. However, you can join the waitlist for the upcoming semester which is most probably 2-3 months away.

No, classes once schedule can’t be changed. However, if there’s a pressing need, you can always get in touch with your respective teacher and work out an alternative.

The installment option is only available for our regular fall and spring semesters. See installment option during checkout.

Installment option is not available for courses with 7 and 8 week duration.

You can drop out of the program at any time with a four (4) classes notice. See our refund policy here.

Writing Academy is a special interactive English Language Arts program designed for K-12 students to help them nurture their english writing and communication skills.

We have a wide range of reading, writing and speaking courses you can choose from. You can select one or go for multiple courses. A few popular courses are Reading Comprehension, Creative Writing, Poetry, Public Speaking.

All Writing Academy courses are available to students from grades 2 to 9.

The english writing classes in Writing Academy will be conducted online via Zoom.

With a low student-teacher ratio, each batch has 4 to 6 students in the english writing classes online. This is to ensure that your child gets uninterrupted attention and guidance from our Writing Academy teachers and acquire their english writing skills fast.

Not made up your mind yet?
Go for the Free ELA assessment.