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Interventions In-school support for children Within a school, there are ways in which bereavement can be sensitively handled and comfort given. Some of these ways are simple and effective and do not involve a great outlay of time or effort on the part of staff. 1 The most important response to bereavement is communication. It is vital to keep channels of communication open and to give opportunities for children to talk. It is also important that all involved members of staff are informed that a child needs careful consideration during the grieving process.
There may be issues around access, continued conflict around custody and financial worries; all these things will unsettle and worry children. 4 Those children who are in families that have broken away from violent relationships and are living more stable lives still need support and help to deal with feelings and emotions. These children may benefit from a range of opportunities of counselling and therapy in school. The ‘surviving’ parent may also need help with parenting, counselling and financial advice, all of which could be accessed through school with the help of the home/school support worker.
Tackling Domestic Violence: Providing support for children who have witnessed domestic violence’ Home Office Development and Practice Report online publication: www. qxp 8/7/2008 12:53 PM Page 29 3 Bereavement and Loss This chapter will provide useful information for schools about how children and their families may experience difficulties coping with their feelings and emotions following a bereavement, or some type of loss. Topics examined will include: • • • • coping with a death in the family family break-up loss in the community life changes – moving home, school, etc.