Bringing the beneficial learning of ‘Mindfulness’ to School Children aged 11 upwards
The MiSP -Mindfulness in Schools Project, trains teachers to teach a range of courses including .b, pronounced (dot-be) which stands for “Stop, Breathe and Be”. Their aim is to encourage, support and research the teaching of secular mindfulness in schools.
Having trained as a MiSP .b teacher, I am offering your school or youth service the opportunity to give your students the enormous benefit of learning a life-enhancing introduction to Mindfulness techniques. Run as 10 x 45 minute lessons, it can fit within the curriculum as part of PSHE lessons, after-school extra-curricula group or as sessions for a youth support service.
Thousands of studies have been done, including by the University of Cambridge and Oxford Brookes, proving the very beneficial and positive effects derived by the learning of Mindfulness. Therefore it is highly recommended for the social and emotional wellbeing for some students, increasing their performance, their thinking, learning and enabling them to deal with problems more calmly, reducing anxiety and depression. With the increasing levels of anxiety-based problems such as eating disorders, self-harm, panic attacks and depression, Mindfulness is a very positive way to enable students to self-manage their problems.
Please contact me below to discuss the possibility of bringing the beneficial effects of
Mindfulness to your school. I am able to give a lesson demonstration and show you details of the full .b curriculum.
To book a consultation or to find out more about my services contact me now on:
Mobile: 07979 648695
You are also welcome to email me with your enquiry firstname.lastname@example.org