2022 has been a year of big progress, and the culmination of our three year strategy that commenced in 2019.
We take a combined approach to building the capacity of primary, secondary, and special schools, and colleges, to develop the essential skills of their students. To do this, we offer three things:
of teachers feel more confident in building students' essential skills
of Skills Leaders report meaningful impact from training and ongoing support
of teachers report meaningful impact using resources from Skills Builder Hub
We work with impact organisations to build their capacity to fully adopt and embed the Skills Builder approach in their work in three main areas:
felt Skills Builder supports achieving their mission
saw their membership as valuable
Our partner organisations
Our approach with employers is focused on collaborating to build capacity by embedding the Skills Builder approach across three broad areas:
Improvement in employers’ confidence in identifying essential skills
Felt more engaged in their work
Reported an improvement to their programmes’ impact
Our employer partners
We've developed a suite of online tools for building essential skills in any context:
Skills Builder Hub lets schools and colleges to build their essential skills wherever they are.
Skills Builder Homezone provides activities that children can complete with their parents and carers.
Skills Builder Benchmark is a tool to support individual self-reflection on their essential skills.
Skills Builder Launchpad supports individuals to build their own essential skills.
of impact organisations
rate the Hub as at least 4 out of 5
of Skills Leaders
saw an impact on learners from the Hub