Anticipating a death in the school community – let’s talk about itMarch 6, 2017 9:30 am 06/03/2017
9:30 am - 4:30 pm
Venue: Stirling Court Hotel – University of Stirling, Airthrey Road, Stirling, Scotland FK9 4LA
Price: £45. Fees for participants include course materials, a CPD certificate of attendance, refreshments and light lunch.
Booking: Book your place online or if you wish to pay on invoice, please complete and return our conference booking form.
This conference is designed specifically for professionals working directly in schools and within the education sector as a whole and is a unique opportunity to learn directly from bereaved young people and from professionals.
Proposed programme is to include:
Stewart Wilson, Chief Executive of Cruse Bereavement Care Scotland will be our Chair for the day with Mark McDonald MSP, Minister for Childcare and Early Years as our keynote speaker.
- Children & bereavement in Scotland
- Anticipated bereavement – support for children
- Anticipating a bereavement within the school community – what schools can do
- Bereavement in school – a parent’s view
- The role of young carers and the challenges they face
- A bereaved young person’s perspective
- Bereavement and the importance of culture
- Working together to support bereaved children in Scotland
- Panel discussion Q&A led by Stewart Wilson, CEO Cruse Scotland
Workshop choices include:
Identifying and supporting young carersWhat schools can do to make their lives that little bit easier
The power of storiesHelping people to understand themselves and express themselves through the power of narrative
Working creativelyThe only limitation is our own imagination
Supporting children with life-limiting conditionsLooking at supporting the family and the wider school community
Bringing death into the curriculumOpportunities to introduce bereavement into the classroom in an age appropriate way
Grief in a digital ageEmbracing and working with technology and social media
“I really felt I was able to engage, and came away from the course invigorated, bursting with ideas, and desperate to share the experience with colleagues.”
“Really insightful and helpful. It has made a big difference to what I understand about bereavement and my knowledge of how to approach and support pupils and parents.”
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