Restorative Practice School
As a 'Restorative Practice School' we recognise the importance of being fair and consistant for our pupils, staff, parents and governors. This is reflected in our school policies and procedures.
We are using the 'restorative practice' approach, to ensure every child has the best chance to further their learning in the school.
Part of the 'restorative practice' approach is to hold daily and weekly 'check-in' and 'check-out' times in each class. Pupils are given opportunities to tell their peers how they are feeling when they arrive in school, and issues can be dealt with early in the day.
The aim of the approach is to help and equip the children in our school, with the skills and strategies they need, to manage their behaviour in school. In addition, staff are also using 'restorative practice' to ensure a consistant approach to managing behaviour in school.
Although still in it's infancy, we are delighted with the positive impact it has already had amongst pupils and staff.