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Mind n Me

Making a positive difference in children’s lives and equipping their
young bright minds with well-being tools that will last a lifetime

Social and Emotional Learning

Our comprehensive well-being and learning resources are completely school day focussed and have been specifically designed to integrate seamlessly into the school day, without causing any distractions and disruptions. Just how teachers like it!

 

Check out OUR FREE WELL-BEING RESOURCES BELOW!

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SHORT MORNING MEDITATION

Allow this morning meditation to put a smile on your day.

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 LITTLE THANKS

What are you thankful for today?

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LEARNING REFLECT

Reflecting can help you appreciate and value all the work you’ve done today

Mind n Me encourages your students to take ownership of their mental health and well-being, equipping them with the necessary tools that will become habits over time.

WELL-BEING FOR KIDS

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Click gain access to begin and select your well-being plan with activities suitable for morning, midday, and afternoon, with different durations available.

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Click and select your payment plan.

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Enjoy improved states of well-being with unlimited access to over 90 activities which include meditations, mindfulness, breathwork, emotional regulation exercises, focus and intentional learning techniques.

Integrate well-being practises into your teaching plan so students excel and exude confidence. Book access to our comprehensive online resources today.

Services

Morning Well-being

Start your school day the right way by practising various well-being techniques in the morning which include meditation, mindfulness, and intentional learning exercises.

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Midday Well-being

Midday wellbeing practises can be undertaken before or after lunch, using a range of techniques to assess how the day is going, and identifying any difficulties or celebrate successes.

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Afternoon Well-being

Check-in with your students and see how they feel the day went with our afternoon well-being practises. With exercises in grounding, gratitude and reflection, your students will feel heard and optimistic about what tomorrow has to bring.

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Gain Access

Ready for wellness in the classroom? Book now to get access to our online wellbeing resources which are tailored specifically towards the school day.

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Resources

We have compiled a comprehensive variety of other online resources that will help you and your students get started on the road to improved well-being.

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Contact Us

Need more information or need guidance on how to implement well-being in your educational environment? Get in touch with us today.

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Why Choose Mind n Me?

1 in 3 young people are likely to experience symptoms of mental illness by the time they reach 13 years of age. Let us encourage and educate children about mental health, equipping them with techniques to support and nurture their own well-being as they develop into adulthood.


Studies have shown repeatedly that students who have a high level of well-being tend to have better cognitive outcomes in school, which is why promoting a healthy relationship between children and their mental health is directly linked to academic success.

Mind n me provides helpful tools, which can be categorised under different aspects of well-being, offering a wide range of emotional, mental and intellectual benefits.

These tools will encourage children to engage in proven methods to increase their overall wellbeing. Mind n Me aims to equip children to deal with different emotive states such as sadness, stress, anger, and anxiety, and provide them with a skill-set they can take into adolescent and adulthood.

Schools now prioritize their students well-being as they work towards building a healthy future. By practicing self-care, engaging in relaxation techniques, and nurturing positive relationships, children can develop resilience and emotional intelligence. This empowers them to navigate challenges with confidence, fostering a sense of control and reducing anxiety's impact. Prioritising well-being at a young age sets the stage for lifelong mental and emotional health, enabling them to embrace life's uncertainties with a balanced perspective.

Children's well-being taught by professionals.

Gain access to our comprehensive wellbeing library of activities now.

MEET THE FOUNDER

Oisín McWeeney

Social and Emotional Learning Specialist

Oisín McWeeney is a curriculum specialist with a deep interest in student’s health and well-being. His qualifications include a professional diploma in education, a bachelor’s degree in physical education and health studies, and a diploma in counselling.

 

Oisín is a big advocate for mental health awareness in schools, especially amongst students in primary school. He is passionate about educating school communities on the importance of early prevention, implementing effective methodologies, and supporting overall student well-being.

 

Oisín aspires to support schools in becoming nurturing grounds for both health and learning, which is why he encourages them to coincide with one another. He is also a qualified yoga teacher and meditation coach, facilitating classes, workshops, and wellness retreats.

 

As an expert in the field with years of applied experience, and much trial and error, Oisín realised that the most effective method of reiterating well-being to children was to undertake simple exercises little and often; with different techniques being appropriated and practised by the children at different times of the school day. These exercises are subdivided into caring for the students mental, emotional, and intellectual well-being states. Offering a variety of experiences and durations, meaning that the teacher has access to whichever resource is most needed at the time.

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  • What is well-being?
    Well-being is a combination of a person's physical, mental, emotional and social health factors. Wellbeing is linked to happiness and life satisfaction. It can be described as how you feel about yourself and your life.
  • How can my school support children's mental health?
    Schools can prioritise mental health by implementing programs and practises which encourage and empowers each child to take ownership of their mental, emotional, and intellectual well-being through a series of practises that will eventually become subconscious habitual practise over time.
  • What type of practices are included in the Mind n Me online resource?
    There is a wide variety of breathwork, meditation, mindfulness, emotional regulation, focus and concentration and intentional learning exercises available in this online wellness library. All experiences range different in durations and are suitable for various ages throughout primary school.
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