What is the Atlas Programme?

As children develop, they create an internalised map of how the world works. When they experience either a sudden or anticipated bereavement, this challenges their view, and, over time they will need to construct a new map to help them make sense of what has happened and to better understand the environment around them.

With children spending up to six hours a day in school, teachers and other staff working in the school environment are highly likely to be considered a key source of support and comfort to pupils affected by bereavement. The Atlas programme aims to equip all staff working within schools with the knowledge, skills and confidence to help pupils navigate their way through their journey of bereavement.

How can Atlas help you?

Atlas is a free programme available to you if you're working within both primary and secondary schools in the Wolverhampton area. You'll be empowered with:

  • Knowledge – about how bereavement can impact the lives of children and young people
  • Skills - to support, listen and talk to children through bereavement in effective ways
  • Confidence – to move forward and manage situations with confidence and pride

The programme can be tailored to suit school and staffing needs and includes:

  • Skills & Needs-based audits
  • Workshops for staff – ranging from 2-hour sessions to whole day events
  • Study days – facilitated at your school or in our dedicated Learning & Professional Development Centre
  • One-to-One sessions – at times to suit you

For more information about our Atlas programme, or to speak to a member of our Learning and Professional Development team, please contact us on 0300 323 0250, or email atlas@comptoncare.org.uk.

Speak to Compton in person, call us on 0300 323 0250