Taking a restorative approach to teaching and learning - Preston

- Taking a restorative approach to teaching and learning. - Developing an understanding of the principles and skills to use every day in the classroom and the staffroom. - Using restorative practice resources in the classroom.

- Taking a restorative approach to teaching and learning.

- Developing an understanding of the principles and skills to use every day in the classroom and the staffroom.

- Using restorative practice resources in the classroom.

11th and 12th May, Brockholes, Preston

All participants will receive a copy of our new restorative practice resource book for schools, full of photocopiable resources for use in the classroom: choose either KS1/2 or KS3/4

Trainer: Mr. Chris Straker

(Former Head Teacher of Endeavour High School, Hull; Co-founder of the Hull Centre for Restorative Practice; Speaker at national and international restorative practice conferences; RSQM Assessor with the Restorative Justice Council)

Delegates are welcome to attend 1 or 2 days

1-day course, Restorative principles and skills: practical use in schools

2-day course: Day 1 as above; Day 2, Teaching and Learning: taking a restorative approach to learning behaviours, drawing on Restorative Thinking’s new resource book for schools

“Excellent all areas. Content – lots of it and all links made – superb material.” “Learned the practicalities of restorative practice.” “Thinking skills developed – looking at a problem in a new way through the eyes of the children.”

Training outcomes Day 1
• An introduction to restorative practice principles and skills.
• Understanding of the use and effectiveness of restorative practice as an anti-bullying strategy.
• Skills practice in school context. • Plan for risk, outcome agreements, setting targets with pupils/staff.

Training outcomes Day 2
• Understand new developments in teaching and learning related to neuroscience and affect theory.
• Understand how to apply approaches to real classroom experiences.
• Develop the skills to focus on growth mindset in both teachers and pupils.
• Understand circle practices and how they can be effectively used in classrooms for teaching and learning.
• Develop a plan for the roll out of these approaches across the school in a measured, timely and structured way.
• Considering how Restorative Thinking’s new resource book for schools can support teaching and learning in the classroom.


Delegate fees (maximum 20 delegates)

Day 1 only: Includes 40-page training manual, Restorative Thinking lanyard, Restorative Thinking bookmark, tea/coffee refreshment breaks. Lunch included. £165.00 per person.

Days 1 & 2: Includes all of the above, plus a copy of Restorative Thinking’s new resource book for schools (choose resource book for KS1/2 or KS3/4). Resource book is launched in Spring 2017 (RRP £100) £330.00 per person.

To reserve your place, please complete a booking form and return to: Lesley@restorativethinking.co.uk

Please call Restorative Thinking Limited for further details about the training: 01772-742353
www.restorativethinking.co.uk

Restorative Thinking resources are endorsed by the Anti-Bullying Alliance.

Restorative Thinking is a Registered Training Provider with the Restorative Justice Council, and adheres to the RJC Trainers' Code of Practice.

11 May 2017 12:00am   through   12 May 2017 12:00am
Brockholes
Preston New Road
Preston, PR5 0AG

Organiser: Restorative Thinking Limited