An Introduction to Restorative Practice in School

This training grounds participants in the principles of Restorative Practice within schools to support all learners. The aim of Restorative Practice is to alleviate problems such as bullying, poor behaviour within the classroom, low attendance, anti-social behaviour, and disputes between students.

Description

This training grounds participants in the principles of Restorative Practice within schools to support all learners. The aim of Restorative Practice is to alleviate problems such as bullying, poor behaviour within the classroom, low attendance, anti-social behaviour, and disputes between students.

Who this training is for:

This training is aimed at primary schools looking for a prevention focused approach behaviour management. It is ideal for:

  • Teachers/SENDCos/Heads of School
  • NQTs/RQTs
  • INAs/TAs

Learning Outcomes:

  • What is the traditional approach to Behaviour Management? #Teachers’ Standards
  • What is Restorative Justice and How does it Differ from Traditional Approaches?
  • What is the problem with ‘Punishment’? Let’s explore the Neuroscience!
  • What would a Restorative Approach look like in Schools, let’s explore:
  • A School Policy
  • A School ‘Code/Vision’
  • A Whole School Approach to: Affective Statements, A Social Discipline Window , A Fair Process, Using Restorative Questions in the Conference/Meeting, Restorative Practice Continuum – reflective opportunities

Resources Included:

To support you on your journey to establishing a Restorative Approach in School – you will also receive:

  • Restorative Questions – for Lanyards
  • Restorative Reflection Sheet
  • Well-being Support Plan Template

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