What to Do If a Pupil with a Brain Tumour Becomes Palliative and May Die

Education | Infographic

This infographic provides information on how a school can best support a pupil with a brain tumour if their diagnosis is potentially terminal. It suggests how a school community can create a climate where the pupil’s independence, hope and dignity are respected. It also gives consideration given to how siblings, other pupils and members of staff may also be feeling.

What to do if a pupil with a brain tumour become palliative and may die
Published 2015. This edition 2019. Review date 2022.

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