MiSP Team

Seeking our next CEO!

About us Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP) is a national charity whose aim is to inform, create, train, and support the teaching of secular mindfulness to young people and those who care for them. Having been working in schools and other youth-related contexts for over 10 years, MiSP is widely recognised as the originator and […]

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 […]

Being a mindful charity: why it is a good time to reflect on our values

By Chivonne Preston Last Saturday I had the honour of making some closing remarks at our Teaching Mindfully conference. It is an interesting time to be leading a charity, with some significant challenges, and speaking at our conference gave me the opportunity to reflect on the times we find ourselves in, and what it might […]

Mindfulness in Schools Project announces new Chair of Trustees

MiSP is delighted to announce that trustee and co-founder Richard Burnett has been elected as the new Chair of MiSP’s Board of Trustees. Richard has extensive experience of bringing mindfulness to schools, having co-written the flagship .b curriculum and taught mindfulness to thousands of children in schools since 2003. He has been a broadcaster, writer […]