Digital and human, fun and evidence based

Empowering students to proactively improve their wellbeing and assisting school leaders to create connected and safe environments

For students


Attune yourself to your emotions and identify them accurately.

Action Planning

Create your own action plan with tips from psychologists

Targeted support

Action steps to help students build their own personalized wellbeing plan.


Interactive coaching sessions designed by psychologists to work through challenging emotions and situations.


Build skills across a range of wellbeing areas such as social connection, emotions and more.

Support lines

Increase awareness of support lines available at your school and in your community

For leaders


Configurable self-reflections designed by psychologists to build self awareness.

Event based check-ins

Check-in during key moments to give everyone a voice and get actionable insights during important times.


Access all your wellbeing data in one easy-to-read place to support community reporting and planning.


Acknowledge people’s wellbeing to ensure everyone feels heard across the school.

Professional development

Training and manuals to build capacity in having wellbeing conversations, planning and responding to data.

Safeguarding (coming soon)

Integrate with your safeguarding software and let Skodel assist you in meeting your safeguarding requirements.

The impact

Every student deserves personalised support. Skodel is the most comprehensive and accessible wellbeing platform for schools, offering engaging tools rooted in science, for every student, at any moment.


felt a reduction in stress


leaders saved time in meeting wellbeing standards


of students noticed improvements in their functioning


of teachers felt more equipped to discuss wellbeing
"The wellbeing plan approach promotes student agency and engages young people directly with their own wellbeing. As students map out their plan, we can allocate our resources to areas and topics that we know they will be best received."

Kevin Brennan

Assistant Head of Senior School, The Scots College

See Skodel in Action