This 3-day teaching training course for those who wish to teach mindfulness to 7-11 year olds consists of real-time lessons, pedagogy sessions, discussion groups and opportunities to practise guiding the Paws b exercises with each other.
PLEASE NOTE: The Teach Paws b course involves training to teach the curriculum to pupils, but not to provide any form of teacher training for adults (i.e. training others to teach the Paws b course)
Our hope for this course is threefold: to equip participants with the materials and understanding of the curriculum to be able to begin teaching the lessons straight away, to continue to support the development of personal mindfulness practice, and to encourage the development of a sense of community amongst participants beyond the 3 days as they go on to work with the young people in their settings. For more details about Paws b, please click here.
Each training day will run approximately from 8.30 am – 5.30 pm, with a 9.00 am registration time on Day 1 and a 4.00 pm finish on Day 3.
Please note: We require full attendance on all aspects of the course in order for participants to receive final certification to teach our curricula and related access to all teaching materials via our Hub. This means attending every session on each training day. Where a participant is already trained to teach another MiSP curriculum we will review on a case by case basis. If we are able to offer catch-up sessions we may require an additional fee to be paid to MiSP for the trainer’s time.
Please bring your own lunch as the course is non-catered. Refreshments will be available mid-morning and mid-afternoon.
If you meet the Prerequisites for training and agree to the Terms & Conditions for booking a Teach Paws b course and the Terms and conditions of teaching the Paws b curriculum please complete the application form below. The application form cannot be completed by someone else on your behalf.
* As a charity we are delighted to be able to offer a number of free and reduced price places on some MiSP training courses to schools who have above average numbers of pupils receiving Free School Meals. For more information about MiSP supported places click here.