For Secondary

Do-BeMindful adopts a whole-school approach to Mindfulness-inspired learning designed to nurture a kind, caring and hopeful culture within the community.


Our philosophy is that education professionals cannot teach Mindfulness to others unless they have meaningful experience gained from personal practice and learning. Completion of either our Educators’ programmes: Do-BeMindful Foundation Programme or Resilience based Recovery: Trauma-Sensitive Mindfulness Programme is pre-requisite in advancing to our teaching programme below for secondary learners.


” I would strongly recommend Resilience-based Recovery for everyone – it is very informative and gives you a skillset that will be able to help not only a child or young person, but adults during hard times especially times like now with the COVID-19 Pandemic.”

Teacher, Ashton Secondary, Glasgow

Do-BeMindful Resilience-based Recovery Programme for Secondary Schools: 3rd / 4th level and senior phase learners and Key Stage 3 and 4 in England and Wales


Specifically developed in response to COVID-19, this programme is designed to help secondary school pupils nurture their mental wellbeing and build the emotional resilience needed in these uncertain times that for many have caused heightened anxiety and stress.


The aim of this programme of activities is to present a series of challenges to learners that require a creative, learner-led response which can in itself help young people to become more resilient and able to thrive in a changing world by being adaptable, flexible and inventive.


We connect Mindfulness based learning activities that take place both in school and at home, facilitate learner conversations and encourage peer-to-peer learning that develop a range of important life skills such as curiosity, open-mindedness, imagination and problem-solving – together these help to improve mental wellbeing and build a foundation for emotional resilience.