Bereavement Preparation for Early Years Foundation Stage (EYFS)
The workshop can be completed at your own pace and is designed to help you develop interventions and strategies that support young learners as they prepare for/experience bereavement.
A fundamental online course to help parents, teachers and SENDCos to support the emotional wellbeing, learning and development of young children experiencing the loss of a loved on.
This course has been created to help parents, teaching staff, support teams and SENDCos (including those responsible for meeting the educational needs of Deaf learners) to learn more about bereavement preparation for EYFS.
What does this 'Bereavement Preparation for Early Years Foundation Stage' course cover?
This comprehensive workshop takes you through every stage of supporting young children who are either preparing for or currently experiencing bereavement – a sensitive issue that has become considerably more prevalent during the current Coronavirus pandemic.
It covers several key areas, including the importance of clear, slow and explicit explanation when talking about loss of life to SEND learners (including those who are Deaf) and the significance of keeping children informed in order to promote positive recovery.
What outcomes can you expect from this course?
Completing this course will help you:
- Develop a sensitive support strategy.
- Help children with SEND to prepare for the loss of a loved one.
- Support the emotional needs of learners in your care during what will be an extremely difficult time for them.
- Create a caring environment which ensures good mental health is safeguarded during the process of bereavement.
Who is the course for?
This course is recommended for both teachers and parents to help ensure children receive coherent and seamless support both at home and in school during a time of bereavement.
Who will you learn with?
Andrew Whitehouse MSpEd, CPSE, (PGCert) BAHons QTS, People First Education.
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