Restore, Repair, and Prevent

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Welcome to the Restore, Repair, and Prevent Toolkit

Restorative practices in schools have emerged as a powerful approach to promoting the well-being of children. These practices, centred around fostering empathy, communication, and conflict resolution, have a profound impact on students’ emotional and social development.

This resource together neuroscience and restorative justice, to create a ‘behaviour management’ toolkit that looks to restore, repair, and prevent conflict patterns.

It forms part of the Bounce Framework – a social and emotional regulation approach.

It framework provides resources to help children understand and managing their thoughts, emotions, and behaviours.

Evidenced-Based Research:

  • “The impact of restorative justice practices on school climate and student behavior: A systematic review” (2021) by Leverentz, Muenzenmayer, and Conley. This study reviewed 13 studies that investigated the impact of restorative justice practices on school climate and student behavior. The results showed that restorative justice practices were effective in improving school climate and reducing student misbehavior.
  • “The effectiveness of restorative practices in schools: A meta-analysis” (2020) by Bruene-Butler, Skiba, and Horner. This meta-analysis reviewed 30 studies that investigated the effectiveness of restorative practices in schools. The results showed that restorative practices were effective in reducing student misbehavior and improving school climate.
  • “The impact of restorative justice on student outcomes: A review of the research” (2019) by Welsh, Sullivan, and Jones. This review article summarized the research on the impact of restorative justice on student outcomes. The authors concluded that restorative justice is an effective approach to improving student behavior and school climate.
  • “The effectiveness of restorative justice in reducing bullying: A systematic review” (2018) by Smith, Schweitzer, and Thapa. This systematic review investigated the effectiveness of restorative justice in reducing bullying. The results showed that restorative justice was effective in reducing bullying behavior.

Resource Date: 8th January 2023

With thanks to Mountfield Heath School for their inspiration in developing this pack.


 

Objectives

Objectives Include:

  • To provide a consistent approach to ‘behaviour’ management
  • To prevent conflict by looking a preventative measures
  • To establish a behaviour system that is based on restorative justice
  • To empower children in the process of resolving and repairing conflict

In the Pack

This pack contains:

  • Restore, Repair, and Prevent Toolkit

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