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Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
Resolving Conflict
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Resolving Conflict

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This lesson was used to connect Conflict to Restorative Approaches in a school setting

This lesson was used to connect Conflict to Restorative Approaches in a school setting

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    • 1. Resolving Conflict By PC Andy Jenrick
    • 2. Resolving Conflict
      • What is a Conflict?
      • “ A battle: a hostile meeting of opposing military forces in the course of a war “
      • “ an open clash between two opposing groups (or individuals);
    • 3.
      • Why do people get into a Conflict
      • Disagreement or Arguments between two or more people
      • In other words, someone does something you don’t want them to do
    • 4. Resolving Conflict
      • Examples of the things that cause conflict at school
      • Fighting
      • Arguments
      • Disputes
      • Verbal Abuse
      • Smoking
      • Failing to work at school, disruptions…
    • 5. Resolving Conflict
      • When things go wrong, what do you need from others to put things right
      • Friends
      • To be listened to
      • Help and attention
      • To remain in control
      • To show you belong
    • 6. Resolving Conflict
      • At school, what normally happens to you or the other person after a conflict?
      • Get told off
      • Sent out of the room
      • Kept in at break time or lunch time
      • Detention or Exclusion
    • 7. Resolving Conflict
      • Using Restorative Justice
    • 8. Restorative Justice
      • What is Restorative Justice
      • “ Restorative Justice is every action that is taken towards doing justice by repairing the harm caused by crime or inappropriate behaviour to another”
    • 9. Restorative Justice So why have we got RJ…… What’s the point of it all?
    • 10. Restorative Justice Bring together wrongdoers, victims and third parties In a safe and productive environment To communicate openly and honestly To achieve restoration
    • 11. Restorative Justice
      • A brief history of RJ at the school
      • There has been approximately 320 referrals involving over 850 students and teachers .
      • Of these, over 75% have resulted in a RJ meeting
    • 12. Restorative Justice
      • Who can make a referral?
      • ANYONE can .
    • 13. Restorative Justice What things can be sorted by RJ?
    • 14. Resolving Conflict
      • Fighting
      • Arguments
      • Disputes
      • Verbal Abuse
      • Smoking
      • Failing to work at school, disruptions…
    • 15. Restorative Justice
      • What happens then……??
    • 16. Resolving Conflict through Restorative Justice
      • Summary
      • Student or teacher has a problem
      • Is Restorative Justice appropriate?
      • Complete a Referral Form
      • Return to me to hold a Restorative Meeting and resolve the conflict.
    • 17. Resolving Conflict
      • Any Questions

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