self-care

Announcing the launch of our Early Career Teachers’ Support Fund!

We are offering financial support to teachers at the early stages of their careers to learn mindfulness for themselves and train to teach it to children. Applications will be welcome from all UK schools and awards made on a first come first served basis to individuals within four years of achieving Qualified Teacher Status … […]

Good Enough

by Ben Chalwin   “If it’s good enough for you, it’s good enough for me.” Dodgy – Good Enough A chipped mug, a book with bent up pages and a seized rear windscreen wiper – all minor sources of irritation. In reality, these imperfections don’t have that much of a negative impact on how these […]

Why I Run

by Chivonne Preston I am not a natural runner. My kindly-meant-but-honest children say I run more like a hippo than a cheetah and it is true, I do run heavily and reluctantly with a grim determination. But unlike a hippo, I don’t run to threaten a competitor or to protect my habitat… I run to […]

Press Release: Making children’s mental health a priority today: Mindfulness in Schools Project pledge to reach one million school children within five years.

The charity’s ‘A Million Minds Matter’ campaign aims to enable 1 million school children to access high quality mindfulness training for less than £5 per child by the end of the campaign. A Million Minds Matter has been launched in-line with ‘Self-Care Week’, as mindfulness is seen as a “lifelong toolkit for adults and children”. […]