Bereavement: A Whole-School Approach
5th August - 1PM

£65
  • VAT not charged to schools | Pay via invoice at checkout

About This 1:30 Long Webinar: Bereavement: A Whole-School Approach

  • Module 1: Introduction to Bereavement, Grief and Loss

  • Module 2: The Death of a Pupil or Teacher

  • Module 3: Supporting Your Staff

  • Module 4: Talking to Children about Bereavement

Schools are often shaken by deaths in the community. Your school’s community is large, and death is unavoidable, but as a school leader, your response is critical to ensure that pupils, staff, parents and guardians are supported correctly at times like these.

We find it difficult to talk about death. Speaking to pupils and staff who have suffered a bereavement in school is daunting. We are not trained for it. What do we say? What if we say the wrong thing? How do we support our pupils? How do we help our staff to know what to do? What can we do as a school community to acknowledge our loss? 

This webinar, ‘Bereavement: A Whole-School Approach’ from the School Mental Health Group, addresses the challenges of a death in your school community. It provides an overview of bereavement, grief and loss. It enables you to overcome the taboo about death. We give you practical guidance on what to do and say. Our message is simple but powerful: Acknowledging death and celebrating the life that has been lost is a whole-school challenge. Our webinar will enable you to accept and overcome it.

Steve Waters | Training Director of SMHG

Steve Waters is the Training Director of the School Mental Health Group. A former Assistant Headteacher and local authority consultant, he has over 40 years’ experience in education. Steve holds an MA in Education and the NPQH. He is also a qualified Counsellor and Mental Health First Aider.

Suneta Bagri | Every Teacher Matters

I am a former Head Teacher turned Well-being Coach & Mental Health Champion. A ship jumping head teacher with a passion for people and social cause, with a deeper passion for personal development and well-being. From a young age, I had been interested in mind-set evolvement, self-improvement and personal development.

How does the Webinar Training work?

A Webinar is a seminar training session conducted over the internet, meaning you’re able to access your training wherever you are, removing costly travel and inconvenience. When you sign up to a School Mental Health Group Webinar you will receive all of the details you need in order to access your training via email. There’s nothing to download and you’re able to access the training on any device. 

What if I can’t attend the live showing?

You will automatically receive a recording of the webinar to keep via email. You can return back to this as many times as you would like and you’re free to share it within your school community to anyone who may benefit from the training.

Slides, Resources & Support

As part of your package you’ll receive a copy of the training slides and any resources mentioned in the webinar. Following your purchase, our team will be on hand to support with any technical questions you may have.

Bereavement: A Whole-School Approach
5th August - 1PM

£65
  • VAT not charged to schools | Pay via invoice at checkout

Bereavement: A Whole-School Approach 5th August - 1PM

£65
  • VAT not charged to schools | Pay via invoice at checkout

About This 1:30 Long Webinar: Bereavement: A Whole-School Approach

  • Module 1: Introduction to Bereavement, Grief and Loss
  • Module 2: The Death of a Pupil or Teacher
  • Module 3: Supporting Your Staff
  • Module 4: Talking to Children about Bereavement

Schools are often shaken by deaths in the community. Your school's community is large, and death is unavoidable, but as a school leader, your response is critical to ensure that pupils, staff, parents and guardians are supported correctly at times like these.

We find it difficult to talk about death. Speaking to pupils and staff who have suffered a bereavement in school is daunting. We are not trained for it. What do we say? What if we say the wrong thing? How do we support our pupils? How do we help our staff to know what to do? What can we do as a school community to acknowledge our loss? 

This webinar, ‘Bereavement: A Whole-School Approach’ from the School Mental Health Group, addresses the challenges of a death in your school community. It provides an overview of bereavement, grief and loss. It enables you to overcome the taboo about death. We give you practical guidance on what to do and say. Our message is simple but powerful: Acknowledging death and celebrating the life that has been lost is a whole-school challenge. Our webinar will enable you to accept and overcome it.

Steve Waters | Training Director of SMHG

Steve Waters is the Training Director of the School Mental Health Group. A former Assistant Headteacher and local authority consultant, he has over 40 years’ experience in education. Steve holds an MA in Education and the NPQH. He is also a qualified Counsellor and Mental Health First Aider.

Suneta Bagri | Every Teacher Matters

I am a former Head Teacher turned Well-being Coach & Mental Health Champion. A ship jumping head teacher with a passion for people and social cause, with a deeper passion for personal development and well-being. From a young age, I had been interested in mind-set evolvement, self-improvement and personal development.

How does the Webinar Training work?

A Webinar is a seminar training session conducted over the internet, meaning you're able to access your training wherever you are, removing costly travel and inconvenience. When you sign up to a School Mental Health Group Webinar you will receive all of the details you need in order to access your training via email. There's nothing to download and you're able to access the training on any device. 

What if I can't attend the live showing?

You will automatically receive a recording of the webinar to keep via email. You can return back to this as many times as you would like and you're free to share it within your school community to anyone who may benefit from the training.

Slides, Resources & Support

As part of your package you'll receive a copy of the training slides and any resources mentioned in the webinar. Following your purchase, our team will be on hand to support with any technical questions you may have.

Bereavement: A Whole-School Approach 5th August - 1PM

£65
  • VAT not charged to schools | Pay via invoice at checkout