Students from the British Leicester during the isolation asked to plan your own funeral. They sent out questionnaires with questions about the organization of this event, the newspaper the Sun.

In particular, eighth-graders Catholic Church St. Paul asked what kind of flowers they would like to see on the grave of what music should sound like at the funeral and who can be invited as guests. In addition, children are asked whether they want to be buried or cremated.

Parents of students criticized the job. One of the mothers noted that it was especially severely in the epidemic of the coronavirus, when daily thousands of people die. Also one of the teachers added that such a job can hurt a child who has recently lost someone close to you.

the school has apologized for a similar job and said he sent it by mistake.