Improving the wellbeing of children
Creating a mindful learning culture
See the MindUP™ Story in Action
MindUP™ is a Teaching and Learning framework
MindUP™ is science centric and evidence based
MindUP™ is grounded in Neuroscience, Positive Psychology, Mindful Awareness and Social and Emotional Learning
MindUP™ has 15 lessons that are brought to life by a teacher in a classroom
MindUP™ provides an immersive discovery experience along with daily practices
MindUP™ promotes positive behaviour — improves learning and scholastic performance while increasing empathy, optimism and compassion
90% of children using MindUP™ show improved Pro-Social Behaviour
Interactive Teaching Frameworks
MindUP™ helps students develop essential SEL skills, improving pro social behaviours and academic outcomes.
Creating a positive learning ethos
MindUP™ promotes a positive classroom culture where children are more focused, tolerant, caring and compassionate.
Supporting Family Harmony
MindUP™ at home reduces stress and strengthens
communication, compassion and relationships with family members.
How does MindUP™ fit in school?
MindUP™ is a framework versatile enough to work in any school setting or to complement a therapeutic practice or after school program. Hear how teachers and trainers that are familiar with MindUP™ talk about the applications of the programme.
The Novak Djokovic Foundation, in partnership with The Hawn Foundation UK, and with the support of the Serbian Ministry of Education have introduced MindUP™ to 10 schools and kindergartens across Serbia. 250 Teachers have been trained in the MindUP™ programme, which is now reaching over 3,000 children. The programme has been a such a success that a second cohort of schools will start training this Autumn 2016.
Nina Sajaniemi, Associate Professor of Development Neuropsychology and her team from the University of Helsinki, are conducting research on the impact of MindUP™ in Finnish Early Years and Pre-School Classrooms. MindUP™ is being embedded into daily teaching and learning, as demonstrated here with children taking a ‘Brain Break’ in the forest.
A Community School in Islington, London See the case »
West Rise Infants
West Rise infant Community School, Eastbourne See the case »
Little Easling Community School, London Case coming soon »
Fielding Primary School, Earling Case coming soon »
St. David's Secondary School, Perbrokeshire, Wales See the case »
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