The speeds at which globalisation and technological development are occurring have never been faster, and they are accelerating The challenge for schools is to build environments that prepare students for the challenges and opportunities they will face in what the OECD has described as an “uncertain” future. Students always will need to acquire knowledge (maths, languages, science, and so on). But, now, other skills are as important. The future of work will require of successful students skills in flexible thinking, in innovation and creation, in communication and collaboration, problem solving, and in cultural awareness. Successful students will need also optimism, humility, gratitude, integrity, and tenacity. We describe tools that allow schools to measure and report on the development of those behaviours and traits in the same way scores in maths and language and science are reported now. Importantly, reports allow schools to develop learning plans tailored to their students.