mindfulness in schools

There’s scientific evidence that teachers trained in mindfulness show:

  • lower blood pressure

  • less negative emotion & symptoms of depression

  • greater compassion and empathy 

Mindfulness in the classroom

  • reduces behaviour problems & aggression

  • improves students' happiness levels and ability to pay attention.

Offered to teachers and/or pupils on a group or individual basis, both within the school environment and also residential programmes


Areas covered include:

  • Stress management and relaxation

  • Emotional literacy  - managing moods, stress and anxiety

  • Developing resilience, confidence and self esteem

  • Improving focus and concentration

  • Improving well-being & tapping into feelings of happiness

Using the Smart Young Minds framework (praised by teachers, counsellors, parents, coaches and social workers of every discipline), within our Mindfully Happy Schools Programme, we introduce participants to mindfulness, relaxation and creative visualisation techniques to help them to reframe and refocus their thinking and enhance their resilience and wellbeing.


Courses can be tailored to specific needs, including:

  • Introduction to mindfulness workshops for staff, e.g. Inset day training

  • S.M.A.R.T. (Stress Management And Relaxation Techniques) mindfulness and meditation weekly programme for staff or parents

  • S.M.A.R.T. Young Minds Mindfulness, Resilience & Wellbeing programme, tailored to pupils relevant key stage level


The Mindfully happy School Programme

We are living in one of the most complex and demanding times that society has ever known.


  • Growing emphasis on grades, test results, and performance

  • Llittle time for pupils to develop the necessary skills to become resilient, ethical, motivated learners.

  • For teachers the increasing pressures are leading to toxic stress and burnout.

According to youngminds.org.uk


850,000 children aged 5-16 have mental health problems.

  • Three children in every classroom have a diagnosable mental health disorder.

  • Childhood and teenage years are when mental health is developed and patterns are set for the future. So a child with good mental health is much more likely to have good mental health as an adult, and to be able to take on adult responsibilities and fulfil their potential. 

All courses are designed to provide participants with both the practical tools they need to create a more balanced and fulfilling life and ultimately supporting a happier and healthier lifestyle. After all, success is measured over the course of a lifetime, not at the end of a term.

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