Help students in the UK acquire essential life skills

Skills Builder is a programme to help young people in England find a job.
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3 years
3 years
UK
UK
Children / Youth
Children / Youth
Partner: Enabling Enterprise
Partner: Enabling Enterprise

Project overview:

The Skills Builder approach uses a special curriculum focusing on eight essential skills: listening, presenting, problem solving, creativity, staying positive, aiming high, leadership and teamwork. The most recent Impact Report showed that 93% of teachers saw tangible progress in their students' skills through this approach. We need your support to expand this proven model to more schools across the country – and help more students acquire the essential employability skills they need to thrive.

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John Soleanicov

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John Soleanicov
20.12.2019
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‘It’s really important to embed these skills at a young age. The ability to communicate effectively, for example, is a key skill, and this takes time to build - therefore the more we do it at a younger age, the more chance they get to develop themselves.’ - Teacher, Immanuel College
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30 CHF
Joan Merino de Tiedra
13.12.2019
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10 CHF
Sarah Gonzalez Arza
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05.12.2019
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10 CHF
Marcus Kuhn
I wish schools taught this when I attended.
05.12.2019
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10 CHF
Marcus Kuhn
I wish schools taught this when I attended.
05.12.2019
Donation
10 CHF
Sarah Gonzalez Arza
-
05.12.2019
Donation
30 CHF
Joan Merino de Tiedra
13.12.2019
Project Update
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John Soleanicov
20.12.2019
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‘It’s really important to embed these skills at a young age. The ability to communicate effectively, for example, is a key skill, and this takes time to build - therefore the more we do it at a younger age, the more chance they get to develop themselves.’ - Teacher, Immanuel College