Practical techniques and calming actions

Designed for education practitioners working with primary-aged children. The course aims to share skills based around the basics of mindfulness, its subskills and accessible practical activities and grounding techniques.

It focuses on how mindfulness can be useful on a physiological level and how practitioners can support young people to regulate difficult emotions. The course is also useful for bringing practitioners together, to share their own experiences.

Those attending the course receive a practical techniques toolkit that covers all the course material to keep as an ongoing reference and practical guide for working with pupils.

We have worked with many educational organisations

Johnston Community School

“I found this very informative. I was very hesitant as it was mindfulness, and my personal experience has not always been positive with it. This has helped with the sub sections for better understanding.”

Greenhill School

“The course gave excellent examples that could be implemented and made me reflect on our current practices in order to implement mindfulness to all students within our school!”

Cosheston VC School

“Lots of great practical techniques to use to help children to understand and use mindfulness.”

Milford Haven School

“This will be very helpful to use in schools and can be adapted to use for all ages.”

Primary School

“Really excited to try some of these practical activities in class! Really useful information.”

Pembrokeshire Education Authority

“A strength of the course was that people got to share good practise.”

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Interested in this training?

Talk to our team about this 1-day course giving educational practitioners the knowledge and skills to facilitate mindfulness with primary-aged children.