Summer Holiday Mindfulness Courses

During the summer I offer a fun and interactive way for children to learn some basic mindfulness skills. These skills can be used at home, at school and in life generally.

Children who learn mindfulness report that they:

  • feel happier
  • feel calmer and more fulfilled
  • can concentrate better
  • have a toolkit to deal with stress and anxiety

Here’s what children say about learning mindfulness:

“I’ve learnt I can pause when I’m angry before I say or do something stupid!” (Yr 5 student).

“I know how not to worry so much now. I can do some finger breathing and it helps me remember that I’m okay” (Yr 6 student).

“I use mindfulness to help me stay calm.  100% I use the exercises everyday” (yr 4 student).

Course details:

The course consists of 3 x 90 minute group session with a maximum of 12 children.  The cost is £69 per child with a £5 discount for siblings.

Your child will receive handouts and access to audio downloads of the mindfulness exercises learnt.  These resources will enable your child to continue to practice mindfulness beyond the end of the taught sessions.

The sessions will include:

  • games to get to know each other
  • learning mindfulness skills – indoors and outside
  • mindful snack time
  • mindful circle time

What is mindfulness?

Mindfulness is all about becoming more aware of our experience so that we can choose how we respond rather than being pulled into unhelpful automatic stress reactions.

Mindfulness teaches children how to find a quiet place inside themselves which they can use to steady themselves when they get distracted or when life feels challenging.

Mindfulness can help young people when they feel angry, scared, sad or worried so that difficult thoughts and feelings do not have to take over their day or shape their behaviour.

Mindfulness is not just about the difficult aspects of life though. It is also about the importance of ‘growing happiness’ and how children can learn to savour good moments so that they build resilience and a robust sense of well-being.

Muswell Hill Course:

The venue is the Quakers Friends Meeting House on Church Crescent, N10 3NE.

Yrs 3/4 at 9.30-11.00am on 13th, 15th and 17th August.

Yrs 5/6 at 11.15-12.45 on 13th, 15th and 17th August.

Yrs 7/8 at 2.00-3.30pm on 13th, 15th and 17th August.

Bourne End Course:

The venue is St Mark’s Church Hall, Station Road, SL8 5QF.

Yrs 3/4 at 9.30-11.00am on 6th, 8th and 10th August.

Yrs 5/6 at 11.15-12.45 on 16h, 8th and 10th August.

Yrs 7/8 at 2.00-3.30pm on 16h, 8th and 17th August.

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