Develop Restorative Justice Approaches throughout your school, providing any member of staff with practical and successful techniques to develop behaviour management skills and create a learning environment that will lead to outstanding outcomes.

BENEFITS OF ATTENDING

  • Understand how a restorative approach can raise achievement
  • Promote the key values of responsibility and ownership to students
  • Develop strategies to deal with low level disruption positively
  • Create a happy classroom environment where learning is the focus
  • Practise Restorative techniques to utilise in your own school
COURSE DATE London, Friday 17 March 2017
WHO FOR?  Teachers
Leaders
Support Assistants
COURSE CODE CODE 6614
IN-SCHOOL You can also book this as an In-School Course
INCLUDED
Detailed notes On-line materials
Powerpoint presentations CPD Certificate
 High quality training facilities Sit-down buffet lunch

 

1

10.00am - 11.15am: What is Restorative Justice and how can it work in your school?

  • Origins and principles of Restorative Justice
  • Case study ‘Beyond Outstanding’ – Developing outstanding behaviour in a London School
  • When should you use Restorative Justice?
2

11.15am - 11.30am: Break

3

11.30am - 12.30pm: Whole school Restorative Justice approach

  • How can Restorative Justice benefit my school?
  • Developing respect through  the use of Restorative language
  • Benefits of Restorative approaches
  • Overcoming obstacles and challenges
4

12.30pm - 1.30pm: Restorative Justice Conversations and their benefits

  • Why is it important to develop a whole school ethos?
  • The 5 stages of a Restorative Justice conversation / meeting
  • Dealing with conflict and using positive language
  • Developing ownership
  • What if a Restorative Justice conversation is not enough?
5

1.30pm - 2.15pm: Lunch

6

2.15pm - 3.30pm: How to create a whole school Restorative Justice Policy / practice

  • Change theory and how to manage it
  • Restorative justice outside the classroom
  • Restorative Justice with staff, Parents and community
  • When Restorative Justice ‘just happens’
7

3.30pm - 3.45pm: Plenary and refreshments

Simon Dean

Simon Dean has over 28 years experience as a teacher including more than 13 as an Assistant Head teacher and an Assistant Head of school in a large West London secondary. Whilst working at a large secondary school in West London, Simon realised that the whole school behaviour system needed changing urgently. This was the lightbulb moment that Simon needed and it was then that he discovered the huge benefits of Restorative Justice in schools. In redesigning his school’s behaviour system, he was crucial in the school’s rise to Outstanding and gained high praise from Ofsted inspectors for the work he did in training all the staff in the school, both teaching and non teaching. Simon delivers training to teachers, schools and other organisations on topics such as behaviour management, behaviour for learning, and Restorative Justice. The key to his success lies in his personable, enthusiastic and flexible approach and his total belief that the key to good behaviour management lies in building positive relationships.