This training will equip participants with an understanding of mindfulness and provide practical experience
This introduction to Mindfulness will be delivered over two sessions: The first session will focus on personal mindfulness development, the second session will look at ways in which mindfulness can be developed in your school.
Research has demonstrated that practising mindfulness can provide:
• Better mental health including less distress, depression and anxiety
• Greater wellbeing, including life satisfaction, self-confidence, self-efficacy and sense of personal growth
• Better physical health, including lower blood pressure, declines in cortisol (a stress hormone) and fewer reported physical health problems
• Increased cognitive performance, including the ability to pay attention and focus, make decisions and respond to challenges.
What will it cover?
The aim of the training is to:
• Equip participants with an understanding of mindfulness
• Become familiar with research and the evidence-base pertaining to mindfulness
• Provide practical experience of various mindfulness practices
• You must be able to commit to attending 8 weeks of after-school training, delivered by Kate Norfolk
Who should attend?
Early Years Practitioners, Subject Leaders, Headteachers, NQTs, Safeguard
** The same delegate must be committed to attend all sessions**
Cost: £150.00 per delegate
All costs are subject to VAT
Non-attenders will be charged the full course