Improve children's well-being through engaging, story-based lessons

Mindfuel is a well-being programme for KS1 & KS2. We provide teachers with fully prepared lessons and resources all written by well-being experts.


A pro-active approach to mental health

What if you could stop mental health problems before they become a problem? With our programme you can! Our programme takes a pro-active approach, equipping children with the tools they need to promote positive mental health, for a healthier, more resilient approach to life.

Go further than just the basics

To build a complete toolkit of well-being techniques we go well beyond just mindfulness. Our programmes cover topics including exploring emotions, building resilience, goal setting, confidence, relationships and many more.

Relatable for your pupils

We avoid any complex psychology terminology. Instead, each lesson is based around a story of an everyday situation. This helps children easily see how each well-being skill learnt can be applied to their own life.


How Mindfuel works for teachers

Unsure where to start with well-being?

Our programmes are fully sequenced from Year 1 right through to Year 6 so every important topic is covered in an order that makes sense.


Short of time in class?

Our lessons are deliberately designed to be flexible. You can teach one every fortnight, do a block of 6 in a row for half a term, or just drop one in when you have a spare 20 minutes (if such a thing exists in the classroom!) You're in control of the length of each lesson and we provide additional discussion topics for you to use between lessons, providing a simple way to keep tools and techniques fresh in the mind.


Already working late planning lessons?

We know how precious your time is so we've got you covered! All our lessons come with fully prepared resources and detailed teachers notes so they're ready-to-teach.

"Mindfuel's lessons are great fun to teach. The children absolutely love the characters and really engage with the discussions."

- Year 5 teacher

A complete well-being curriculum designed by experienced teachers and leading psychologists

Lessons are ready-to-teach with all resources and exciting visual presentation materials included, so no lengthy prep needed! Each lesson also comes with teachers notes giving you all the information you need to confidently deliver each lesson.

1/ Each lesson starts with a story

Mindfuel's lessons aren't full of psychological theory or complex well-being terminology. Instead, each lesson is based around a story to help children relate the topic they're about to learn about to their own life.

2/ This is followed by a fun activity

The core of each lesson is a fun activity to bring the topic to life. These are often team or class activities to encourage learning from each other.

3/ And features class discussions throughout

During each lesson, discussion questions are used to get children reflecting on the topic. Sometimes these are just quick questions and other times they are longer class discussions on how children can use well-being techniques in their own life.

What's included?

Our programme is sequenced from Year 1 right through to Year 6 with each year building on the last. This enables pupils to increase their depth of knowledge of well-being techniques and have a chance to practice them each year. The order of lessons has been designed that schools can start using Mindfuel with all year groups even if they have not previously learnt any of the skills or techniques we teach.

  • 12 lessons per year that can be delivered flexibly as fits with the time available in your class timetable

  • All presentation resources and teachers notes for each lesson

  • Meets the DfE statutory outcomes for mental wellbeing

  • Includes additional mindfulness activities to use between lessons

  • 18 lessons per year that can be delivered flexibly as fits with the time available in your class timetable

  • All presentation resources and teachers notes for each lesson

  • Meets the DfE statutory outcomes for mental wellbeing

  • Includes additional class discussion topics and mindfulness activities to use between lessons

"My class always look forward to Mindfuel lessons. They really relate to the stories and love sharing examples with me of how they use the techniques they've learnt in their own life"

- Year 4 teacher

Pricing

We have three pricing tiers, based on the size of your school. All prices listed are for one years access and are billed annually.

£200/year

1 form entry schools or smaller

£300/year

2 & 3 form entry schools

£400/year

4 form entry schools or larger

All subscriptions include:

Access to all KS1 & KS2 resources, including full lesson presentations, teachers notes and print-outs for classroom displays.

Individual accounts for our online platform for all teachers in your school

Additional class discussion topics and mindfulness activities to use between lessons

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