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My Mini Skills Journal

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My Mini Skills Journal has been designed for young people to keep a record of their skills as a reminder of how amazing they are!

It works really well alongside the Let’s Get Started pack of What’s your strength? that was made in collaboration with The Skills Builder Partnership to identify the essential skills young people have developed through their experiences, interests and wider life.

The resource comes with a journal template and instructions on how to make it: you’ll just need scissors and little bit of patience to do some folding and snipping!

The end result will be a mini book with one of the Skills Builder Partnership Essential Skills on each page and space for young people to record ideas and pictures of how they’ve shown that particular skill.

The journal template and instructions are available to download from the What's your strength?® website.

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