Ian Loynd has a wealth of experience as a teacher, school leader, governor, author, educational consultant and trainer. He is currently assistant head teacher at a large comprehensive school in Cardiff. Prior to this, Ian worked in pastoral leadership as Director of Studies and as a secondary mathematics teacher. He works regularly alongside teachers, students, parents and community groups as a speaker and trainer.
'Gilbert pulls no punches... this is a highly practical guide and – once finished - no one reading it can be in any doubt of what to do in the case of bereavement.' Independent Thinking on Loss reviewed today in the @TES https://t.co/qC4aHMxU4d
"Essential reading for school leaders and anyone with a responsibility for the wellbeing of students." Thank you to
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Book review: Independent Thinking on Loss
A book about the death of a wife and mother and the level of support the family received offers an insight for schools