Restorative Justice 4 Schools

Marches Training is inviting in ‘Restorative Justice 4 Schools’ to offer their one day Restorative Approaches Skills Practice Course. The course will be made available to pastoral staff of The Marches School and to staff of other schools. This new, ground-breaking approach aims to create a harmonious learning environment where students are able to self-regulate their own behaviour and learning. Restorative approaches have been found very effective in improving behaviour and learning in both a primary and secondary settings, when implemented as a whole school approach.

The day includes an introduction to Restorative Approaches which will provide teachers with a greater opportunity to explore the challenges of implementing Restorative Approaches in a sustainable way within the school community. It looks at the principals of Restorative Justice and Restorative Approaches; how they work, what they are and what they can do to help schools become safer, happier and more productive places to learn. A presentation then looks at how a school can develop and implement the process of becoming Restorative. Time is also spent on how to identify situations suitable for restorative approaches and why restorative approaches are so effective in reducing exclusions, reducing bullying and raising standards of behaviour.

The 1 day course is being offered at Marches Training on Thursday 7th and Friday 8th January 2016 from 8:30 – 15:00 and there are limited places available.

If anyone would like to discuss a range of training opportunities with The Marches, please contact Kate Aspinall on 01691 664455 or visit www.marchestraining.co.uk
Alternatively, Marches Training run a drop-in information session, on Tuesdays from 5-7pm (term-time) for anyone interested in teacher training.

Posted by Kelly Parsons on 10th December 2015, under Uncategorized


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