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Tracey Boseley is National Development Lead for the Education Sector at Child Bereavement UK. Tracey’s links with the education sector began early in her career as she developed an outreach programme for schools and universities. This led her to qualify as a teacher and she has taught across the primary phase. She specialised in supporting vulnerable pupils and their families, particularly young people with autism and sensory processing disorder. In 2018, Tracey joined Child Bereavement UK; her role includes supporting education professionals, updating the website and evaluating training. She also designed the content of an online resource, ‘Supporting a bereaved pupil’, which was launched in 2019 in collaboration with London Grid for Learning.
How does our understanding of death change as we grow up? How might bereaved pupils express their grief? What practical support can school staff provide?