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Saying Goodbye to Greg

Saying Goodbye to Greg
Conversations with children on the subject of death soon take most of us out of our depth. But when the actual death of a child occurs, we can no longer avoid the issues that are raised. How can we cope with our own dilemmas and still offer our children the help they need to deal with the whole grieving process?
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ISBN/EAN: 9781841012100
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Publisher: BARNABAS
Author: CHAPMAN, CHRISTINE
Format: Pbk
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If death breaks into a school unexpectedly, teachers are expected to cope. But this means having to extend their capabilities far beyond their normal expertise, keep themselves together in the midst of overwhelming emotions, and respond to the children's urgent needs as well as they can - in addition to maintaining the momentum of daily teaching. Saying Goodbye to Greg is a bereavement training resource set in story form, using a 'real-life' situation involving children in a primary school. Its aim is to lead primary teachers through the bereavement process in the event of a tragic death of a pupil. The sensitive and professional handling of the subject gives inspiration to guide schools through difficult circumstances and help teachers prepare for the unthinkable. The material includes: Examining children's attitudes Coping with the school day Exploring spiritual issues Explaining the funeral, cremation and role of the funeral director Considering our own experiences and attitudes towards death Understanding the process of bereavement, complications and referral Questioning where God is in the situation Moving on
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