Restorative Justice Training For Schools
When working with children, chances are you’re going to come across a situation in which one child may have harmed another. Accidental or motivated, it’s important to approach them in a way that they will respond well to, in order to prevent it from happening again.
By using restorative solutions, it encourages them to take accountability for their actions by giving them the opportunity to make up for their behaviour. In doing so, they can learn about how to repair broken relationships as well as the power behind taking responsibility.
Our restorative justice training is suitable for social workers, SENCO’s and teachers of all years, and during the course we’ll focus on questions such as:
- What should we do if rewards and punishments do not work?
- Struggling with a child for whom praise and sanctions seem ineffective?
- Want to develop a more restorative school or team?
- Can we find an alternative process to recommending permanent exclusion or special unit or school placement?
- I need a process that works with relationships not just behaviour. What will work for our relationships policy