Feedback from teachers for bereavement, grief and loss training from BackPocketTeacher. Feedback from SEND Bereavement & Loss Training – October 20th 2017 Your training was fantastic and others’ experiences were truly humbling. I feel very empowered to return to school with a mission to get bereavement… Read More Top marks from teachers for BackPocketTeacher bereavement training
New courses on childhood bereavement and loss for professionals working with children (in any setting). February 6th in Totnes, Devon and February 26th in South Petherton. Contact me to book a place on either of these courses. Sarah Helton … Read More 2018 Bereavement & Grief Training
To the professional treating my child A blog article from Little Miracles Charity written by an anonymous parent. What parents of medically fragile children want professionals to know. An excellent blog from a parent giving insight of what they want and need from professionals. An article that all medical and education staff should read.
There a few places left on the Bereavement and Loss (SEND) Training Day being held on October 20th at Grittleton Hall, Grittleton, Wiltshire. The venue is just 5 minutes from junction 17 of the M4. ______________ Comments from delegates who have attended previous Bereavement & Loss (SEND) Training Days – I’d just like to take the… Read More Last chance…..Bereavement & Loss (SEND) Training Day October 20th
Remembering Lucy Sarah Helton and Anna Novy Jessica Kingsley Publishers Coping with the death of a classmate is extremely difficult whether or not a child has special needs, but often children attending a SEND school find a bereavement can be confusing and sometimes, overwhelming. In this story young Joe talks about his particular school and… Read More Red Reading Hub reviews Remembering Lucy
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Being a campaigner is fun and hard work in equal measure. So far this week, I have co-presented at a Communication Matters conference in Leeds, been to a reception at the House of Lords and written this blog post on the train – and it’s only Tuesday! As the…
During my PGCE, we were asked to write a blog post every week on the course VLE. Although I appreciated the concern for how we were doing, I was never quite convinced by it, as the ‘blog’ was only read by the course tutors – and was therefore closer to what I would call an […]… Read More The first week…..By The Tetrapod
10 tips to help staff in their first year at a special school 1.Listen with your ears and eyes You will have read countless documents about the children in your new class, but the best way to really get to know them is through observation. Don’t be afraid to spend time observing your students. Set… Read More New to a special school?
All schools sadly experience death, but for special schools the frequency is often much greater. There are now 3 new resources available to support bereavement and loss in special schools (and other SEND settings). A Special Kind of Grief The complete guide for supporting bereavement and loss in special schools (& other SEND settings). This resource book is… Read More Resources to support bereavement & loss in special schools (& other SEND settings)
Today (August 21st 2017) is a great day! My children’s book ‘Remembering Lucy’ is now available. ‘Remembering Lucy’ is a story book about bereavement and grief in a special school. Joe, an 8-year-old boy who attends a special school, tells the story of his school and what happens when one of his friends, Lucy, dies. This book is sensitively… Read More ‘Remembering Lucy’ – out now!