Part of the One Reading Children and Young People’s Partnership conference 2020
Restorative practices typically invite collaboration between those harmed and those who have experienced harm. Working restoratively is participatory and empowers others to come up with their own solutions to problems.
Restorative practice is not a ‘thing’ but is a way of ‘being’. It is about adapting your thoughts and views to inform your practice which provides the opportunity to build and maintain relationships.
Primarily, by thinking and working restoratively means that you ‘work with’ rather than ‘do to’ the child/young person/family by promoting inclusion, encouraging responsibility and providing effective intervention. Join us to find out more about restorative approaches, the tools you can use and what this ‘looks like’ in day to day practice.
Facilitator: Louise Carrington-Dye (Restorative Practice Lead, Brighter Futures for Children)
Target Audience: Anyone wanting to learn more about Restorative Practice and how to apply it to your job.
Book your free ticket via the Eventbrite link below.