Help us understand what it is like to have conversations about grief and bereavement in your education setting
After engaging with over 31,000 primary, secondary and college students through VotesforSchools, the UK Commission on Bereavement recently recommended that all children and young people should have age-appropriate opportunities to learn about coping with death and bereavement as part of life. Now, we want to complement this evidence with the views of school staff, about their experiences in discussing these topics in school and the help they would need to provide safe and supportive grief education.
We want to hear from all teachers, allied staff and anyone else who works in a school.
For more information about the Commission and the reports available, please visit the UK Commission on Bereavement's website.