Jim Heal (English Teacher and Behaviour & Discipline SLE) describing the use of Harkness to develop Independent Learning

zRestorative Practices in Schools

Date & Time: Monday 6 March 2017
10:00 - 15:00
Event Type: Full Day
Event Format: Workshop
Venue: Wellington College
Event Cost: Non-WCTSP Schools - £325
WCTSP Schools - £260 (20% discount)
(includes lunch)
Event Focus Categories: Leadership
Leading in Education
Event Subject or Topic Area: Restorative Justice
Target Audience: All levels of Leaders
Event Description:

Living and Learning in Harmony.

Creating a learning community that can live in harmony with its values by using restorative practices with rigor and accountability.

In this workshop, Maria Arpa demonstrates how restorative thinking and restorative practice replaces punishment and rewards to get results.

    Further information the the Wellington College Leadership Programme can be found here.

    Event Outcomes:

    • Learn and practice the basics of the Dialogue Road Map
    • Understand how restorative practice works day to day
    • Practical examples of conflict management
    • Developing a Restorative Behaviour Policy

    Course Leader 1: Maria Arpa (Founder and Chief Executive of the Centre for Peaceful Solutions)
    Maria Arpa is founder and Chief Executive of the Centre for Peaceful Solutions, a charity which specialises in nonviolent communication, mediation, restorative justice and conflict resolution. Maria is regarded as one of the UK’s top mediators and her experiences range from corporate business deals gone wrong to street gang threat to life and everything in between. Maria has worked in schools since 2001 and is convinced that Restorative Approaches are key to successful leadership.
    No of Participants: 16
    Event Prerequisites: None
    SPONSOR/PARTNER Wellington College
    Wellington College


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