The school has committed to and undertaken a learning process with St Elizabeth Hospice, to raise standards in conversations around end of life care and support the bereavement needs of families.
Accredited schools have undertaken:
|St Mary's Primary School, Hadleigh||Julie Lee-Smith|
|Chantry Academy||Karen Rice|
|Shotley Community Primary Schoo||Louise Southgate|
|Stoke-by-Nayland Primary School||Kelly McGrath-Wells|
|Nacton Church of England Primary School||Ginny Ryan|
|Abbot's Hall Primary School||Kelly Williams|
|Ormiston Endeavour Academy||Katy Morrow|
Schools who have completed accreditation are required to complete an annual review to keep the title. Accredited schools must have:
Bereavement Champions are invited to a yearly forum and have two opportunities each year for consultation with children bereavement service counsellors to refresh training and maintain a high level of support for families.
For the schools who have completed accreditation, we can assist with resources which will allow you to feature content on your own website.
You can also expect your school accreditation to feature in our stories in the local media and press.
Dying to Talk school training is free to all schools within in East Suffolk, with each offered spaces for up to three members of staff to attend.
The training runs four times a year, with two programmes focused on the support of primary school children and two focused on the support of secondary school children.
This six week training is delivered after the school day, with a mix of teaching, open discussion, interactive play and online learning.
If you would like to sign up for the 2021/22 training, please answer the questions below: