RJC Connect | Creating a restorative school

This online event for is Free RJC Members; non-members are also welcome to register. Join us as we discuss 'What makes a school restorative?'

Creating a restorative school

What makes a school restorative? A restorative school is one which takes a restorative approach to resolving conflict and preventing harm; an environment where those who have been harmed are empowered to convey the impact of the harm to those responsible, and for those responsible to acknowledge this impact and take steps to put it right.

Restorative schools embrace a range of methods and strategies which can be used both to prevent relationship-damaging incidents from happening and to resolve them if they do happen. Where this is most effective, restorative schools will have adopted a whole-school approach; this means all pupils, staff (including non-teaching staff), management and the wider school community all understand what acting restoratively means and how they can do it.

This initial session will explore two key concepts: 

  • Assessing your readiness to embrace change
  • The positive impact of creating a restorative classroom

This is the first in a series of RJC-Connect events focusing on creating a restorative culture within educational settings. It is an opportunity to connect and collaborate with like minded individuals working across a range of educational settings. 

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To attend this online forum you will need access to ZOOM. Event login details will be circulated prior to the meeting.

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All event fees are inclusive of VAT

23 Jul 2020 11:00am   through   12:30 PM
Event Fee(s)
RJC Member £ 0.00
Non- Members £ 0.00

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