OUR PROGRAMME CREATES

A richer learning experience for students and teachers

MindUP helps teachers create an optimistic classroom characterized by focused attention, gratitude, empathy, and connection to others.

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Key Features of MindUP for Teachers

  • Fifteen easy to implement lessons

  • Activities that build awareness and self-regulation, to improve a child's social-emotional and cognitive abilities

  • The Brain Break, a core practice, regulates stress, bringing calm and focus to the classroom

  • Specialised support from experienced Certified MindUP Consultants

  • Lessons that help imbed mindful teaching across the curriculum

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Benefits for Teachers, Schools, and Students

  • An Adaptable Program

    The 15 MindUP lessons can be easily integrated into the wider school curriculum.

  • Improved School Culture and Climate

    Teachers and students report a calmer, kinder ethos across their school.

  • An Optimistic Classroom

    MindUP helps teachers create a classroom environment characterised by optimism, compassion and engagement, promoting resilience and fostering gratitude, empathy and connection to others.

  • An Evidence-Based Option for SEL

    More than 10 years of independent research, including four randomised control trials, has substantiated MindUP's impact on a variety of critical academic and social-emotional indicators.

“MindUP is for all children, its not just for calming but supports focus and supports a positive attitude towards learning and life.”

UK MindUP teacher

Evidence indicates MindUP's positive impact on a range of measures:

  • 86%

    Children report being able to boost their well-being by using MindUP.

  • 88%

    Children who, after learning MindUP, use it at home.

  • 83%

    Children indicate improvements in pro-social behaviors.

Maloney, J. E., Lawlor, M. S., Schonert-Reichl, K. A., & Whitehead, J. (2016). A mindfulness-based social and emotional learning curriculum for school-aged children: The MindUP program. In K. A. Schonert-Reichl & R. W. Roeser (Eds.), Mindfulness in education: Integrating theory and research into practice (pp. 313 – 334). New York, NY: Springer.

CORE PRACTICE

The Brain Break

The Brain Break helps children develop attention and self-regulation. Practiced three times per day, this focused breathing exercise gives children a tool to help them manage stress and emotions by regulating their physiology and activating the attentional regions of the brain.

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MINDUP OVERVIEW

The MindUP Programme consists of four units with 15 sequenced lessons for children from early years foundation stage to KS3.

  • Social emotional learning is as important for students as academic learning. The MindUP Curriculum beautifully combines both by teaching our students about their brains while they learn important skills that create joyful and harmonious classrooms.

    Director
    Rita D. Perez
    Pupil Services

  • MindUp provides consistent and ongoing opportunities for students to practice their social emotional learning skills. As a CASEL SELect program it has extensive research to back its effectiveness.

    Principal
    Jane Tasker
    Lincoln Elementary School

Social and emotional learning (SEL) provides a foundation for safe and positive schooling, and enhances a child's ability for success in learning and in life.

MINDUP RESEARCH

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