Community & Schools Engagement
NEW Educational Service for Schools, Colleges and Youth Organisations
This is an exciting new service that will support and enrich children’s learning through a range of assemblies, lesson talks and schools’ projects. These can be tailored to different ages and to individual curriculum requirements, such as:
– caring and compassion, love and kindness; empathy;
– living in the wider world: support in the local community; health and wellbeing;
– recognising the role of voluntary organisations in the community; charities
- Health and Social Care
- Philosophy and Ethics
We aim to deepen children’s understanding of the work we do at Garden House Hospice Care, the wider Hospice movement and promote awareness of palliative care services in the community.
“It’s been fabulous to watch the children building relationships with the patients and adults they don’t know over the last three weeks. They have learnt so much, in particular about science, the immune system, medical equipment and germs. They have also talked about worries and loss. The programme has really helped to take the stigma away from the Hospice being a sad place – it is one that can be fun and full of laughter.”
To learn more about how we can support your school, college or youth organisation, please contact Susannah Parry, our Community Engagement Schools and Colleges Co-ordinator on 01462 416788, or email email@example.com.
A small group of children from a local primary school in Hitchin became the first to graduate from a ground-breaking pilot project at Garden House Hospice Care on Friday, April 5th.
Click here to read about our innovative pilot project.