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Get Into The Green Zone!

Empower students to take control of their emotions independently with a tool that teaches long-term strategies. 


What are Stix?

The Stix Remotes provide screen-free activities that teach children mental health coping strategies.

Audio plays from the Stix Remotes to guide children through interactive and therapeutic 

activities, helping to calm their minds at school or at home.

Stix In The Classroom

How Stix can support your pupils in the new school term

Promote Calmness

Sensory brain breaks that give students the time and tools needed to calm down and get the most out of social and academic learning.

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Increase Focus

Get students back in the green zone and equip them with the skills to navigate challenging challenging projects, moments, or experiences.

Improve Self-regulation

With Stix children can learn long term regulating strategies while doing something fun and familiar.

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Calm, Confident and in Control

“Stix helped me relax my nerves before my SATs exams”

Christopher, 11

"It is good to have technology to use when I am feeling angry"

Sophie, 8

What do teachers think?

Your experience of Stix?

We love using Stix at Dormers Wells, from supporting children with neurodiversity challenges, to practising mindfulness as a whole class, they’re designed for everyone!

What benefits did your pupils experience?

The benefits were very obvious after they used the Stix. One child in particular, who was getting anxious during the year 6 SATS exams and had to be removed for a short period from the tests - The Belly Breathing and Rainbow Painting activities really helped to calm her down and made her feel comfortable about restarting her exam.

Dormers Wells Primary, Ealing

Get in touch

Want to try Stix Mindfulness in your classroom? 


Get in touch today to discuss school trials and product pricing, and find out more about the positive impact Stix can have on your school community.

Leave your details below or email:

Liam Murphy - Co-Founder

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