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Restorative practice level 2



Hull Centre for Restorative Practices Training Presentation

Hull Centre for Restorative Practices Training Presentation



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  • 1 Building Community and the Use of Circles Level Two
    • What do you need to work at your best today?
    2 Reflection in Pairs
  • 3 Tell me 40 things you do already to build relationships in your place of work?
    • How effective is your organisation at building relationships and a sense of community?
  • To develop community, build relationships and connections Aim of Restorative Practice is to Manage conflict and tensions by repairing harm and rebuilding relationships 80% 20%
  • 1. Values and Beliefs Key Principles and Practice As Defined by the HCRP 6. Restorative Behaviours 2. Proactively build a positive community 3. Working WITH people - Social Discipline Window 4. Fair Process 5. Restorative language
  • Restorative Collaboration TO NOT FOR SOCIAL DISCIPLINE WINDOW WITH WITH Restorative Collaboration
  • Fair process Engage Explain Expect
  • What do you see as the main barriers to children and families participation?
    • Go arounds
    • Check in /check outs
    • Problem solving
    • Dealing with conflict
    • Teaching and learning
    • Staff meetings
    • Decision making
    • Staff handovers
    • Just about anything!
    10 Types of Circles
    • Affective Statements
    • Restorative Questions
    • Solution Focused
    Restorative Language
  • Why Circles? Equality Safety and trust Responsibility Reminds you to facilitate Builds connections Ownership Develop learning Through utilising the social capital gained
  • Sequential Specific question Done in order Participation expected Non Sequential Can be Structured Loosely Structured No order Participation voluntary Fishbowl Sequential or non sequential Empty chair Feedback
  • Problem solving circles Addressing ‘real time’ problems
  • Restorative Practice - from Informal to Formal Impromptu Conference Affective Statements Restorative Questions Restorative Conferences Proactive and Reactive Circles
  • 1. What can you do in your practices to be more restorative? Implementation 2. What can you do to help your organisation to become restorative? 3. How can you develop a strong and sustainable collective approach to restorative practices? 4. What do you need from us?