Helping educators and young people flourish since 2009
Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP) is a charity and international community of mindfulness educators united in our commitment to the wellbeing of the next generation, as well as the adults caring for them.
Thanks to our funder, we can offer subsidised training for schools in England and Wales* with higher-than-average free school meals.
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“It helped me when I was angry or stressed about anything. It taught me how to keep calm and relaxed. It is AMAZING.”
Train to teach our courses and help bring quality mindfulness to children and young people
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With a decade’s worth of experience, our charity is the most established provider of mindfulness training and curricula for schools. Our courses are written by teachers, for teachers and succeed consistently with all types of pupils, according to both the research evidence and overwhelmingly positive feedback.
“It has been very beneficial to add to the tools for coping with the daily demands and stresses that come with teaching.”
News & Comment
Mindfulness? More than ever!
Guest blog by Chris Alekkou, Primary School Teacher & Associate Trainer for MiSP “slowly, slowly, mindfulness will hopefully begin to help my colleagues in the […]
MiSP in the Netherlands
Mindfulness in Schools Project is delighted to have agreements with a small number of organisations to run our courses outside of the UK. We have […]
Introducing ‘The Pathways’ Model: A Mindfulness Approach to Wellbeing in Schools
Blog by Faiy Rushton, Education and Training Development Manager Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP) is excited to announce the launch of ‘The Pathways’ model, a […]