How has Skilly
development in schools?
The whole school
community here have
from using Skilly.
Our students really enjoyed
interacting and engaging with
Skilly. Our teachers found Skilly
easy to set up and deploy the
technology and consider the
skill programmes to support
the learning pathways highly
Alan Rogan, Principal,
Willow Park 1st Year
It is great to have a concrete framework to support us delivering the Wellbeing curriculum. It’s a subject with very few parameters, so it is great to have a system to help the pupils work through the subject.
...from a time-saving point of view, it’s valuable as it allows for independent learning and enables the teacher to differentiate easily those students who might have additional needs and address them.
They say you can’t teach empathy - I think you can, what’s important is the method of teaching it. Skilly supplements what is taught in class with bitesize good behaviours that can be practised outside the classroom.
What it’s meant to users
College students were targeted with a specific career skills programme with great success. The Skilly solution is simple to use and customised to our specific needs for the module 'Preparing for Your Future Career'
From our reviews we know students enjoyed interacting and engaging with Skilly as its wellbeing skills delivered digitally which they prefer over a textbook. School teachers found Skilly easy to set up and deploy into their existing class timetable.
It’s helpful for me because I got stressed all the time with my learning difficulties. The practices they’ve shown me are going to help me with it more.
...the person in the video I watched really helped me to understand how to take care of my wellbeing.
Skilly showed me how to make a list of things to do every day and I put on the chalkboard in my kitchen. It’s making it easier to get through my chores in the day.