Mindfulness

Our mindfulness journey in Wales

Guest blog by Elizabeth Williams, Chair of Meddylgarwch Cymru (Mindfulness Wales) and Associate Trainer for MiSP Early in our mindfulness journey in Wales, as a group of educators and mindfulness practitioners, we asked ourselves “What could mindfulness do for learners in Wales?”.  We ended up with four solid aims – mindfulness can help our learners […]

Reflections as CEO

Reflections on two years as CEO of MiSP By Emily Slater, CEO, Mindfulness in Schools Project As I approached my second anniversary as CEO of MiSP, I found myself reflecting on the great privilege it has been and also some of the challenges of these times. People across the charity and education sectors have shared […]

Mindfulness can support our school communities

Guest blog by Dr. Alan Lee, Chief Executive Officer of Bedfordshire Schools Trust and National Leader of Education (NLE) Mindfulness can do much to support schools and those that make up our school communities.   Certainly, it has supported me and even changed my life. I also see it is changing the lives of many of […]

Making mindfulness accessible for more audiences

Guest blog by Tim Anfield who is an associate trainer with the Mindfulness in Schools Project, a Mindfulness in Action trainer and founder of Mindful Families. “a passion to help make mindfulness accessible for more audiences…” I started teaching adult mindfulness in 2016, with a passion to help make mindfulness accessible for more audiences. The […]

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 same way it has helped me, and the practice and its approach might become a bigger part of school life.” I am one of those few lucky ones that knew, […]

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 worked closely with these international organisations to ensure that they are able to maintain the integrity and quality of our courses and that they have a suitably qualified, professional local […]