At the start of the program, our school made an action plan to ensure teachers and students used the common language of essential skills. The School had already used the language of skills in assembly, parent teacher meetings, and especially during the ISA program launched by British Council. From this start, we could then focus on getting the eight essential skills embedded in our policy, curriculum, timetable and lesson planning. The steps were taken by the principal to use language of essential skills extensively in all across the school: assembly, meetings, parent teacher meetings, games, curricular and co-curricular activities. We displayed charts and posters in all classrooms and the school library. All opportunities have been taken by all staff to reinforce the essential skills and their application and teachers aligned the skills in their lesson plans, using the Skill Builder Hub and Universal Framework.