Mapping Our Curricula for PSHE

Exploring the Relationship between Mindfulness (The MiSP Mindfulness Curricula) and Personal, Social and Health Education

MiSP’s curricula are not designed with an intention to adhere to any specific national curricula criteria. Instead they are supported by well-researched theory and practice from the spheres of mindfulness, neuroscience and social and emotional learning. However, the breadth of learning arising out of these approaches sits well with many aspects of prescribed and national curricula.

To get the most out of the curricula maps we would recommend reading the introductory guidance below first (or download it as a PDF via the link at the bottom of the page), as it is essential for providing context and outlining the intentions for the mapping alongside a broader understanding of how mindfulness and PSHE might work together in educational settings.

Mindfulness in Schools Project hosted a “Mapping Our Curricula” webinar on 9th November 2022 to introduce and explain its new resource for educators who use or plan to use MiSPs curricula in school. For more information, please watch the recording above. You can download the accompanying slides here.





Whole school approaches

Overarching aims and outcomes in PSHE and in Mindfulness

How mindfulness can enhance a school’s approach to teaching and learning in PSHE

Delivering an integrated approach to PSHE and Mindfulness

Meeting Ofsted requirements for Personal Development

What is in this guidance and how does it work?


Download our curricula maps: