Personality insights to boost teen wellbeing during lockdown

Our e-learning platform for schools and colleges uses a unique personality insights framework to boost young people’s wellbeing during this challenging lockdown period, by developing social & emotional life skills.

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Boost social & emotional wellbeing during lockdown.

Boost social & emotional wellbeing during lockdown.

Build your secondary students’ wellbeing during lockdown by developing their life skills such as communication, stress management and resilience. Measure progress and work towards Ofsted’s ‘personal development’ targets.

Help your pupils navigate their online life journey.

Help your pupils navigate their online life journey.

The Persona Life Skills framework is social, practical and memorable. Carefully combined psychology, pedagogy and technology guides pupils to know themselves, understand others and make better decisions – whether online or in real life.

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Web-based e-learning. Sign up. Start using.

Designed to work equally well in remote learning as in the classroom, our platform is hosted in the cloud. Easily accessible with no more than a browser on Chromebooks, PCs, laptops and tablets, any teacher can facilitate the learning journey.

Persona Life Skills online.
E-learning your students will use – for life.

The personality insights framework at its heart makes Persona Life Skills unique. Using a learning metaphor of exploring islands representing online and real life challenges – including ‘The Unexpected’, Social Media Chat and Group Work among many others – our curriculum guides students in using this framework to develop life skills during their secondary years.

Persona Life Skills online. <br />E-learning your students will use – for life.
83% say lockdown impacting mental health

83% say lockdown impacting mental health

Over 4 in 5 under 26 who have looked for support report that the pandemic and lockdown makes their mental health worse (source: YoungMinds).

 

Up to 26% fall in wellbeing from age eight to age 16

Up to 26% fall in wellbeing from age eight to age 16

Girls’ wellbeing at 16 is 26% lower than at 8, and boys’ wellbeing is 16% lower (source: EduKit).

85% of young people want more life skills learning

85% of young people want more life skills learning

Over four in five say schools and colleges are not doing enough to teach life skills for today’s job market (source: Pearson).

Who we work with

Eastbury Community School

Equality & Wellbeing lead

The Persona Life Skills resources couldn't come at a better time, in my opinion.

Ansford Academy

School Improvement Leader

The kids really enjoyed the session. I would really like to pilot Persona and see how I can roll it out across different year groups.

Stanchester Academy

Headteacher

I can see how Persona fits into our existing focus on building student character and would absolutely wish to trial it next term.

Wellsway Multi-Academy Trust

CEO

An e-learning approach to life skills would be a lot easier than finding teachers with the ability to deliver it.

Ralph Allen School

Head of Wellbeing

If you understand yourself and others better, you’ll be far more productive, in school and in the workplace.

Ansford Academy

Principal

Students who have good life skills know how to relate to other people and how to control their own actions – this is good wellbeing.

Prior Park College

Mathematics Specialist

You have an algorithm that is very accurate. I look forward to sharing the results with the children.

Palladian Academy Trust

CEO

Wellbeing is our most fundamental value. In fact it’s our moral duty.

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