Supporting students to recognise and articulate skills development
Achievement Builder is a national programme helping students of all ages to develop, recognise and record their skills development both in and out of school.
Incorporating a clear, manageable skills development framework and an easy to use, appealing, on line portfolio, Achievement Builder is a practical, flexible and effective approach. All students can take part, building self esteem and confidence and developing the vital skills they need to progress successfully in education, work and in life.
"At a time when schools are finding themselves pressured to teach children how to pass a test, it is worth considering what more we can do to bring learning to its full breadth and range of experience...We all recognise the role we play in allowing children to take ownership and responsibility for their learning and to look carefully at their own skill set. By providing something that will motivate children and also cultivate their own experiences, we are empowering their personal development."
Paul Cotter Executive Headteacher The Cathedral School of St Mary, Plymouth
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Why choose Achievement Builder?
- Achievement Builder is a complete package including over 100 tasks referenced to key skills and attributes. You can easily add new tasks or adapt ours to your school context and students' needs.
- If you already have a framework or want to write your own no problem, we can add yours or help you develop one.
- New tasks are added each term, sharing ideas and approaches from schools and organisations working in skills development.
- Teachers and tutors can use Achievement Builder to track their students' progress, assess and quickly sign off activity, with the minimum of work.
- Achievement Builder maintains our user centred less is more philosophy to software development with an easy to use, uncluttered approach and contemporary styling to appeal to all ages.
Watch the short video to see how it works in practice.