Support

Spring meetings of our MiSP Inclusion and Support Groups

We have been delighted to host meetings of our Inclusion and Support Groups this month. These groups have been set up to facilitate dialogue, learning and development and have provided a wonderful opportunity for mindfulness teachers and practitioners to meet to discuss issues and share experiences. We look forward to the next meetings being held […]

SEND-supportive versions of .b now available

In line with our aim to make our curricula as accessible as possible, we are creating special educational needs and disabilities (SEND) supportive versions of student-facing materials. These materials consider the difficulties experienced by some when reading text, and allow for the sounding out of written text to facilitate ease of reading. In consultation with […]

Nominate a MiSP Junior or Youth Ambassador!

MiSP curricula has been taught to thousands of children and young people from all backgrounds in all types of schools and youth-related organisations the UK and beyond. We are keen to celebrate some of the young people who have discovered the benefits of mindfulness for themselves, who can inspire others to practice mindfulness in their […]

The Lost Qualities of Teachers – Finding a Way Back with Mindfulness

By Liz Lord In this first of a series of blogs looking at the essential qualities of school mindfulness teachers, Liz Lord tracks the explosion in popularity of the children’s book, The Lost Words, by Robert Macfarlane and Jackie Morris, and explores the lessons we can learn from their experiences. I first learned of the […]