MINDUP 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. The teaching framework is designed to help students deepen their understanding of their own mental processes. By learning how their brains respond to stress and by practising strategies for quieting their minds, students become better at self-regulating, increasing their capacity for absorbing information, and improve their relationship skills.

MindUP is a CASEL SELect ProgrammeMindUP is a CASEL SELect Programme
AT THE CORE IS

A comprehensive curriculum informed by theory and research in Cognitive Developmental Neuroscience, Contemplative Science and Mindfulness, Social Emotional Learning (SEL) and Positive Psychology

Key Features

  • fifteen easy to implement lessons, teaching knowledge and skills that can be applied across the curriculum

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

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

  • specialised training and support from experienced certified MindUP consultants

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Key benefits

  • Improve student self-control and self-regulation skills

  • Strengthen students' resilience and growth mindset

  • Enhance students' enthusiasm for learning and academic success

  • Nurture empathy, kindness and compassion

  • Infuse your classroom with joy and optimism

  • Create a mindful culture across the whole school community

THE BRAIN BREAK

PAUSE. LISTEN. BREATHE.

It can take less than a minute to cue our minds to relax and focus. A short breathing exercise helps students quiet their minds, focus their attention and get ready to learn.

Teaching students to focus on and control their breathing can help them become less reactive and more reflective when feeling anxious or stressed. The more controlled breathing is practised, the more self-managed and mindful students can become.

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

Classroom teacher
  • The introduction of a Brain Break and MindUP areas in class have had a positive impact on pupils' self-regulation and the climate for learning in the classroom.

    Classroom Teacher/MindUP Lead 

  • Children are able to calm themselves down before assessments and are therefore making better progress.

    Classroom Teacher/MindUP Lead 

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