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Unhappy Not sure... - January 9th 2014, 01:57 PM

Uh so today in school, at the end of break the fire alarm was set off and everybody was called to assembly point....however year 10 and 11 (my year and the year above) was told to go into the sports hall, so we did. In there we was sat down in forms, after about 10 minutes of everyone panicking and wondering why teachers were in tears the head teacher came in and announced that one of our science teachers hadn't been well last night, and her and her unborn baby passed away.

I'm not sure how to feel and kind of need someone to talk to about it...
   
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Re: Not sure... - January 9th 2014, 02:41 PM

Condolences to your school, teachers and students.
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Re: Not sure... - January 9th 2014, 03:42 PM

Hi there, Beth.

I'm truly sorry to hear about the loss your community/school has endured. Losing someone, especially when they are part of your everyday life, can be a very hard thing to deal with. You may be feeling a river of different emotions right now, but just understand that it's 100% normal.

On another note, since this is a school-related incident that will effect dozens (if not hundreds) of staff and kids, they will most likely have extra counselors/social workers in the school for the next week or so. Feel free to take advantage of their services if things are getting rough.

My thoughts are with the community/school effected by this tragedy. If you ever need to talk, you can always feel free to contact me.


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Re: Not sure... - January 9th 2014, 06:25 PM

I am sorry for the loss of your teacher and child. It is really sad to lose someone weather they are part of your everyday or not. It's hard to lose someone you knew anyways.

Chris is right, when it is a environment like a school, they usually bring in extra help, so students have someone to talk too. I suggest just like Chris, to take advantage of it and talk to them, it will help get things out.
   
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