Subtitle: Developing the curriculum and pastoral support
Nina Job and Gill Frances
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Using case studies and drawing on best practice and expertise from across the Childhood Bereavement Network, this resource aims to help teachers and those working in schools to address death, dying and bereavement. It provides practical ideas for how to achieve this through the curriculum, as well as through pastoral care.
Childhood Bereavement brings the important role that schools play in helping children to understand death and bereavement into the spotlight.
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Gill Frances has a long history in promoting the health and well being of children and young people. She originally trained as a nurse and health visitor. She has extensive experience and writes, campaigns and provides training on all aspects of personal, social and health education. She has a specific interest in teenage pregnancy including SRE and is chair of the Independent Advisory Group for Teenage Pregnancy. She set up the Anti-Bullying Alliance. Formerly Director of Well-Being at NCB and Director of the Sex Education Forum, Gill is now an independent consultant. She believes that young people should be involved and participate in all aspects of their life and in particular in decisions about their health and well-being.
Sex and Relationships Education in Pupil Referral Units
Laying the Foundations
By Degrees: The First Year
Addressing Inclusion and Inequalities through PSHE and Citizenship
Teaching and Learning About HIV
Cards for Life
Taking Care of Education
Maintaining Children in School
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