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Free Conference re BEHAVIOUR

 

Restorative Approaches in Schools.

Monday 22nd February 2016.

2 Alternative sessions 9-12.30am and 1 - 4.30pm. - At Kings Park Conference Centre

 

As part of a countywide initiative called Restorative Northamptonshire, schools in our county are currently being enabled to manage behaviour more effectively by being supported to adopt a Restorative Approach. A Restorative Approach is evidence-based for promoting positive behaviours and reducing inappropriate ones to enable schools to become Restorative Schools.

A Restorative School focuses on the importance of relationships for maintaining emotional wellbeing, resolving conflict and preventing harm. Becoming a Restorative School has many benefits including increased attendance, reduced exclusions, and improved achievement but is a significant undertaking which requires steady commitment from the whole school community.  

This conference will enable representatives from schools to begin or continue on their journey using a Restorative Approach and practices through: -

  • Finding-out about the evidence - base for using a Restorative Approach in schools.
  • Sharing of good practice and practicalities of implementing a Restorative Approach – in separate primary & secondary focused workshops.
  • Being clear about next steps and opportunities for no-charge quality training in Restorative Approaches in Schools at Foundation and Practitioner level and support available to embed this approach in your school.

Attendee Requirements:

Up to 2 attendees per Northamptonshire state-funded school are invited to attend – one of whom needs to be a member of the senior leadership team and other rep could be a governor.

To apply for one or more places, please visit www.northamptonshire.gov.uk/tamhs

 Or email a request to cpd@northamptonshire.gov.uk. Each session starts and finishes promptly at the given times. 

 

 

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