Restorative Solutions for Schools introduces restorative practices, a philosophy for support and behaviour management in schools.
An introductory resource book
Restorative Solutions for Schools introduces restorative practices, a philosophy for support and behaviour management in schools. In contrast to a traditional punitive approach, restorative practices value relationships over rules. They seek to engage people in restoring relationships damaged by conflict and harming events. Any teacher or school that is beginning a restorative journey will find this resource informative, relevant and useful. As well as giving an overview of the philosophy and practical application of restorative practices, it offers a selection of templates and activities that have proven their effectiveness in a range of schools and some illuminating case studies. It can be a key part of the journey towards restorative solutions to support and behaviour
All, 5-8 Years, 8-12 Years, 12-15 Years, 15-18 Years
A4 Teacher Resource Book – 48 pages
Catherine Skudder, Jim Peters, Jude Moxon
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