Who are we?
Our charity, Mindfulness in Schools Project, is the most established provider of mindfulness training for schools, delivering world-leading curricula for classroom-based mindfulness. Our materials are based on rigorous research in clinical psychology and neuroscience, written by teachers for teachers, and used successfully in a wide range of educational contexts.
- Over 10 years’ experience of delivering mindfulness in schools.
- Over 6,000 teachers and educational staff trained from a broad range of schools and alternative educational establishments.
- Over 2,500 teachers with active Hub membership – spanning state and independent sectors.
- Over 23,000 children and young people surveyed to assess impact of MiSP curricula.
- Over 540,000 children and young people estimated to have already benefited from our tools and training.
- Our courses have been translated into 14 languages and are used worldwide.
- Our curriculum .b has received a high evidence rating of 3+ and the lowest cost rating of 1 from the Early Intervention Foundation, featuring in the highly-respected EIF Guidebook.
- We are proud to be backed by the National Association of Head Teachers, which represents 30,000 school leaders.
- Our curricula are recognised as part of the General Teaching Council of Scotland Accredited Professional Recognition Programme in Mindfulness in collaboration with Aberdeen University.
- We are part of the consultative group working on the Education strand of the Mindfulness All Party Parliamentary Group, which published the Mindful Nation UK
- We are a recognised provider of training as part of the Erasmus Programme (Registration No. 7038233).
Our Accreditations Held:
- Member of the CPD Standards Office.
- Member of the Schools Wellbeing Partnership.
- Member of the Children and Young People’s Mental Health Coalition.
- Member of NCVO.
- Member of the Good Business Charter and Prompt Payment Code.
- Living Wage Employer
- Our Paws b and .b courses are designated by CASEL as recommended programmes for social and emotional learning.
We are also very proud to have an outstanding group of patrons, including Jon Kabat-Zinn, one of the ‘founding fathers’ of contemporary secular mindfulness and Emeritus Professor of Medicine at the University of Massachusetts Medical School.
Read our Impact Reports to give you a good insight into the work that we do as we seek to collectively bring mindfulness to more children and more schools.