(Primary and secondary) Updated 9 July 2020
“It is important for schools to promote pupils’ self-control and ability to self-regulate, and strategies for doing so. This will enable them to become confident in their ability to achieve well and persevere even when they encounter setbacks or when their goals are distant, and to respond calmly and rationally to setbacks and challenges. This integrated, whole-school approach to the teaching and promotion of health and wellbeing has a potential positive impact on behaviour and attainment.”
Through the practice of Mindfulness for Kits©, school communities will have the opportunity to develop a Mindfulness culture where children can flourish and build self-regulation. This can also be applied in the home with parents supporting the teaching.
If you would like any additional information or to talk to one of our mindfulness experts please fill out the form below and one of the team will be in touch.
If you are interested in the package click the button below to purchase either a parent or school license.
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