Boost student wellbeing and employability, hit Ofsted or ISI targets and reduce teacher workload.
Persona Life Skills offers a scaffolded, age appropriate online social-emotional learning curriculum for Year 9-13/Grade 8-12 (KS3, KS4, KS5) secondary student wellbeing and employability. The platform is built around our unique personality insights framework, and complements existing school RSE, PSHE, SEL and life skills curricula.
Develop 22 social-emotional life skills that map to Ofsted, Independent Schools Inspectorate, CBSE, IB Learner Profile, GL PASS, Gatsby, Skills Builder, VIA Character and other benchmarks.
Made for students age 13-19, our school student wellbeing and employability platform is 100% web-based, designed to work equally well in lessons or tutor groups, or via blended or remote online learning. Students can also sign in anytime to review work or complete tasks.
Built-in onboarding, in-app resources and real-time guidance mean any teacher can easily get started and facilitate the learning. And there’s no marking – students receive instant feedback on activities, and their input is saved as they go along.
Help your pupils navigate their life journey.
Research shows – and schools, young people and employers all agree – that developing social-emotional life skills helps to boost student wellbeing. And that means more agency, better academic results, higher employability and greater life satisfaction.
Persona Life Skills helps students navigate their life journey by developing 22 important life skills across six key skillsets:
Engaging learning built around a scientifically proven framework.
Wrapped in an engaging learning metaphor of exploring islands representing different life challenges, our pedagogy is rooted in behavioural science research. The pedagogy drives the technology, not vice versa.
What makes Persona Life Skills really unique is the personality insights framework at its heart, guiding students to adapt to life challenges, build more productive relationships, make more informed decisions, and achieve positive outcomes. The Persona thinking framework has been designed specifically for young people and is rooted in large scale empirical research.
Our wellbeing and employability education platform is continually being developed with input from school inspectors, headteachers, pastoral leads, careers leads and pupils.