Many school communities are beginning to use restorative justice methods as a means of reducing suspension, expulsion and police involvement. The goal of these school-based restorative justice efforts is to encourage offending students to be accountable for their actions, while also addressing the fears and concerns of victims and the wider school community; ultimately to secure a positive outcome. This essential title includes the following: • How to analyse the current school practice • How to use the 'Community Conference' process to minimise the risk of classroom disruption • Step-by-step instructions for preparation, planning and facilitation of individual, small group, large group and whole classroom conferences • Frequently asked questions and answers • Key master documents that can be adapted • Case studies. This is an extremely clear and practical book which will allow practitioners to successfully put into place restorative interventions in UK schools. 74 pages
Restorative Practices in Schools
SKU: 77-4492 Category: Restorative Practices
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