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Life Changes - loss, change and bereavement for children aged 3 to 11 years old available at £34.95



Everyone will experience change and loss throughout their lives, such as a family breakdown or the death of a relative or friend. School communities will have to support children who have faced loss in one of its myriad forms. This resource adopts both a proactive and a reactive approach to loss and change and will enable staff to make an immediate considered response to a loss and change situation, including bereavement.

It is a practical working document with 'tried and tested' practical ideas, including ideas for activities, linked to curriculum areas, and assemblies; poems, letters, writing and artwork; teaching staff, governor, parent/carer training workshop/self awareness session; case studies; and a comprehensive resource list. In addition there is a wealth of background information for teaching staff about aspects of loss, change and bereavement.

The areas covered include:

  • Children's questions about death and dying
  • Children anticipating the death of someone close
  • Telling sad things
  • Talking about a parent/carer who is dying
  • Talking about a grandparent who is dying
  • The dying child
  • Dying siblings
  • The dying teacher
  • Living with a family member with mental health problems
  • The impact of disability
  • Refugee and asylum seekers
  • Young Carers
  • Children of imprisoned parents/carers
  • Divorce
  • Sudden death
  • Suicide of a family member
  • Participating in funerals and rituals
  • Meeting individual secular and religious needs

Children's developmental understanding of loss, change and bereavement

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