Project Eileen CIC is a multi-media project designed to go into secondary schools, aimed at helping young people tackle the topic of death. Mortality affects everyone at some point, but this taboo subject is largely neglected or skimmed over in schools. The story of Eileen looks at the impact of death on a group of teenagers who are about to take their GCSE exams. Combining original script, animation and music, Project Eileen wants to open up the conversation and help young people develop the necessary skills and resilience to deal with this part of life.
Unfortunately, 1 in 29 school age children will be bereaved of a parent - that's around one per class. SFS understands how devastating the impact of bereavement is for the the whole family and is working with Child Bereavement UK to help our customers and their families to find the right support to rebuild their lives after the death of a parent. Child Bereavement UK supports families and educates professionals when a baby or child of any age dies or is dying, or when a child is facing bereavement.
www.schoolstrader.com is the #1 independent school community trading platform. Established for over 10 years, launched at over 500 independent schools and with tens of thousands of users, Schoolstrader is the market leader. Families use the site to buy/sell/rent anything from sports kit, uniform, bikes, musical instruments and holiday homes, to cars, boats and even houses. All free. Schoolstrader has featured in the Times, Telegraph, Mail, BBC, ITV, Guardian and Country Life – and as a Sunday Times ‘Top 10’ website.
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