Restorative approaches and education: State of the Art Day 4

You are warmly invited to take part in this fourth and final day of the State of the Art series of professional development days exploring the latest thinking and developments in restorative approaches in schools and other youth settings.

You are warmly invited to take part in this fourth and final day of the State of the Art series of professional development days exploring the latest thinking and developments in restorative approaches in schools and other youth settings.

This day is for practitioners and researchers who wish to:

  • Learn from cutting-edge research

  • Be challenged to think bigger and differently about what restorative approaches can and could achieve in education

  • Build a network of support for ongoing innovation of your restorative practice

The day is chaired by Graham Robb. Luke Roberts and Terence Bevington will present and facilitate discussion on the findings of their PhD research projects exploring different aspects of restorative approaches in schools.

Places are strictly limited for this event due to room capacity.

You do not need to have attended Days 1, 2 or 3 to attend on Day 4.

The event is open to colleagues working in or with schools to embed a restorative approach.

The event will be of particular interest to those colleagues looking at how to innovate established restorative practice.

Cost: £50

When
2 Jul 2019 9:30am   through   4:30 PM
Location
Faculty of Education
University of Cambridge
184 Hills Road
Cambridge, CB2 8PQ