Restorative Thinking and Positive Relationships


Restorative Thinking and Positive Relationships




With COVID-19 keeping us all at home, there may be times when we feel worried and stressed and this can lead to family tension, arguments and conflict.  When children see parents/carers communicating well and staying calm, it can help them cope with their own big emotions.  These four short learning sequences, developed through our partnership with the Anti-Bullying Alliance, are an introduction to restorative and relational thinking - a few techniques that can help us to better manage emotions and stay calm, and to keep communicating with each other in positive ways.

These four sessions will support families to:

  • Reconsider positive relationships
  • Think about all behaviour as 'communication'
  • Start to use a line of questioning that will help you (and others) through problems and will help to maintain positive mental health
  • Deal better with stress



Accessing this e-learning

This is an open, universal course and can be accessed by anyone, anytime.

Booking Details

Access this e-learning: Visit the Anti-Bullying Alliance Website