CPD webinar for educational practitioners
WHEN IS IT?
Tuesday 2 February 2021, 4-5pm
who is it for?
Educational practitioners including teaching and non-teaching staff, pastoral staff, SLT members, governors and parents. Those who work with young people and are interested in mindfulness are welcome to join.
what will it cover?
- What mindfulness is and isn’t
- An overview of neuroscience, evidence and research surrounding the benefits
- Why and how mindfulness works in education and youth-based contexts
- How to begin and develop a personal mindfulness practice
- How to introduce mindfulness to young people
Attendees should leave with:
- A clearer sense of what mindfulness is and isn’t
- An awareness of mindfulness benefits from both a personal and professional perspective
- Clear signposting resources detailing the next steps
- Information to share with friends and colleagues
The session will be hosted by Claire Kelly, Director of Curricula and Training at Mindfulness in
Schools Project (MiSP). Claire oversees all curricula and training and continues to create new
content. She also liaises with international partners and frequently speaks publicly on behalf of the
charity. Having been at MiSP since 2012, Claire still delivers training and speaks regularly with
schools and stakeholders to promote MiSP’s charitable work
The Mindfulness in Schools Project (MiSP) is the most established provider of mindfulness training for schools, delivering world-leading curricula for classroom-based mindfulness. MiSP’s materials are based
on rigorous research in clinical psychology and neuroscience, written by teachers for teachers and
used successfully in a wide range of educational contexts.
Please click here to contact Nadia Morad if you have any questions