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Teens Being Mindful© Years 7/13

This is an introduction to the skills and techniques of Mindfulness for children and adolescents. It is a teacher led programme that is separated into 8 training sessions (modules) of 1 hour each. All modules explore different aspects of mindfulness for example the first module Getting to Know Your Mind – helps both teaching staff and children to discover the principles of Mindfulness through a range of guided meditations and noticing breathing. An understanding of concentration and attention is key to this module. Short practices also make effective use of any natural pauses during the school day. Each module is then further divided into small succinct exercises which can be delivered at a pace which fits easily into the demands of a challenging time table. The course consists of 3 main practical

  • Recorded meditations
  • Meditation scripts which are read to young people
  • Creative writing

Length of Intervention

7x 1hr sessions. Delivery to students flexible over the academic year.

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