Restorative Approaches In Richmond Schools

As shown on French television – restorative approaches in Richmond schools

Two schools in the London Borough of Richmond on Thames have been working with Transforming Conflict trainer Caroline Newton and project manager Alisin Carey to introduce a restorative approach across their schools. They have now made a film about how the initiative has been changing the climate in their schools. Staff and students both share their experiences since the approach was introduced and the positive impact it has been having. The film is divided into five sections – including some very detailed case studies from which people can learn more about how the approach can be used in practice.

Elements of the Transforming Conflict Five Step Model can be seen in use in different scenarios.

Project manager Alison Carey can be contacted via belinda@transformingconflict.org. The film is for sale via Alison at £19.99 plus postage.

    

    

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