Blended learning options to foster restorative and relational practice.
Restorative and relational practice enable schools to bring different and sustainable solutions to long-standing pinch points, including attendance, attainment, exclusions, bullying.
We help to introduce and embed restorative and relational practice, focusing on existing strengths and needs alongside intended outcomes.
We are launching four new e-Learning CPD courses for primary, secondary and special schools in September 2021. Please get in touch to register your school.
We generate psychological safety within and between teams to improve job satisfaction and productivity, allowing individuals and teams to thrive.
We train and coach colleagues to collaborate with children, young people, adults and families to help identify strengths and needs; make difficult conversations easier; include others in making decisions and taking accountability.
We place the focus on relationships, to produce a happier, healthier, more connected and productive workforce.
Colleagues learn different strategies to connect with young and adult offenders and those at risk of offending, and to communicate key life skills in restorative and relational practice via day to day interactions and by delivering our restorative intervention programmes.
Proven outcomes include a reduction in offending and re-offending rates, behaviour change, better relationships with children and family members and improved life chances.
We introduce restorative and relational principles and skills to better equip parents and carers with useful tools to help our child/ren thrive.
Parents and carars learn about their child’s developing brain and behaviour, with alternative ways to respond to challenging behaviour. Parents and carers learn to teach their child/ren key relationship skills for life.
Access our e-Learning CPD courses via this link.