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Bringing mindfulness to young people and those who care for them

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Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP)
is a charity whose aim is to inform,
create, train and support the teaching
of secular mindfulness to young
people and those who care for them.
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What is .b

Homepage What is <strong><span class="red-dot">.</span><span class="blue-b">b</span></strong>?

New .b animations

Eight freely available animations to support .b home practice. [More]

How do I train?

Homepage What course is right for me?

What course is right for me?

Learn more about the MiSP course offerings. [More]

What is Mindfulness?

Homepage What is Mindfulness?

What is Mindfulness?

Understand what it is and how it can benefit school communities. [More]

Where is the Evidence?

Homepage Where is the Evidence?

Where is the evidence?

Access research about mindfulness for both adults and kids. [More]

MiSP Diary

Please click here for the Overseas Partner Course Schedule
Teach .b25th - 28th JulyLondonWaiting list only
Teach .b22nd - 25th AugustLondonLast few places
Teach .b24th - 27th OctoberLondonApply
Teach Paws b27th - 29th JulyManchesterApply
Teach Paws b1st - 3rd AugustLondonApply
Teach Paws b30th August - 1st SeptemberLondonLast few places
Teach Paws b28th - 30th SeptemberEdinburghApply
Teach Paws b24th - 26th OctoberLondonApply
Teach Paws b16th - 18th NovemberCardiffApply
Teach .b Foundations19th - 21st SeptemberLondonApply
MiSP Information Session5th OctoberPeterboroughComing soon
School Mindfulness Lead2nd - 8th AprilBloxhamApply

Mindfulness Research

Developing mindfulness with children and young people: a review of the evidence and policy context. Katherine Weare, Emeritus Professor, Universities of Exeter and Southampton. Read more here →
Evidence for Mindfulness: Impacts on the Wellbeing and Performance of School Staff. Katherine Weare, Emeritus Professor, Universities of Exeter and Southampton. Read more here →
cambridge-exeter Exeter/Cambridge study published in the British Journal of Psychiatry details the effectiveness of the Mindfulness in Schools Project and the .b curriculum. Read more here →

Researchers find that those children who participated in the .b mindfulness programme reported fewer depressive symptoms, lower stress and greater wellbeing than the young people in the control group.Approximately 80% of the young people said they continued using practices taught in MiSP’s mindfulness curriculum after completing the nine week programme. Teachers and schools also rated the curriculum as worthwhile and very enjoyable to learn and teach. View the full collaborative report here →

In The News

Amy Footman, Head of School, Stanley Grove Primary Academy, and Paws b teacher trainer on BBC Breakfast.

Channel 5 News: Mindfulness – the scheme teaching children to relax.

Tabitha Sawyer, co-creator of the Paws b primary school curriculum, speaks at TEDx Cardiff.

Richard Burnett, co-founder of .b, guides us through a short mindfulness meditation and shares his experience of teaching mindfulness in schools.

Staff and children share their experience of mindfulness and .b

Claire Kelly joins Team Renaissance for Podcast 30

Renaissance Podcast[Listen]

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