How it works for schools

How Upskill Me works for schools

UpSkill Me partners with schools to support students aged 11-18 years old. Schools become part of a platform which encourages students to develop essential transferable skills and showcase their achievements, both academic and not. As they progress through school, students will have access to a wealth of opportunities, including work experience, courses and events.

Schools have access to real-time analytical tools to measure the progress of individual students, taking a data-driven, personal approach to their development. The digital record of achievement is an engaging, accessible tool to help students develop the skills that will support them in their future.

How will Upskill Me benefit my school?

Save time

Digital reporting is more efficient than manual reporting. For Ofsted and Gatsby reporting, schools can access their students’ data instantly and easily

Boost employability

Mastering new skills improves employability - students need more than good grades to find success

Track work experience

Schools can digitally track careers provision and work experience placements

Connect with employers

Easily form employer connections and set up opportunities for your students

Strengthen 1-2-1 careers advice

Know each students’ interests, hobbies and activities so that careers advice is tailored

Make the UCAS process easier

Students can easily transfer their skills and achievements to their UCAS statement