MiSP Community

The 4 C’s: Creativity, Culture, Contemplation, Community.

by Charisse Minerva For 5 years I taught College Success Skills at a local community college. It was my personal determination to include Mindfulness in the existing curriculum. There was resistance on many levels, mostly due to the lack of familiarity with Mindfulness work in this geographic region. I was determined, so I pushed on. […]

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 […]

MiSP Welcomes New Trustees to the Board

We are excited to announce the appointment of four new trustees to our Board. These new appointments bring enormously valuable and diverse skills and experience which will strengthen our existing team and help our charity have greater impact. Our new trustees are: Natalie Dunn Nat brings extensive experience in Marketing, Digital and Customer Experience to […]

New - Teaching Skills Workshops

Announcing our new free Teaching Skills Workshops for .b and Paws b teachers We have trained over 6,000 teachers to deliver our .b and Paws b curricula. We are now piloting new 90 minute workshops to provide additional support and continual professional development for adults teaching mindfulness in schools. Mindfulness in Schools Project is committed to nurturing […]

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 […]

Autumn meetings of our new Inclusion and Support Groups

This month saw the inaugural meetings of our Inclusion and Support Groups which have been set up to provide support to our communities and to facilitate dialogue, learning and development. They have provided a wonderful opportunity for mindfulness teachers and practitioners to meet and begin to share experiences, issues and achievements. We look forward to […]