Restorative Approaches

Timothy Hackworth Primary have been very busy revisiting Restorative Approaches with staff and also in training some children to be Restorative Peer Mediators. The children have been amazing! Mrs. Morgan, a Director and Trainer for Restorative Approaches, made the following comments after working with our staff and pupils:
“I was so impressed with all aspects of the school that I experienced, from the lovely warm welcome I received from staff to the fantastic feedback that staff have taken the time to share back. Relationships are clearly a key part of why the school feels like a big warm hug!
This is the first school I have visited where I have seen the UN Rights of the Child used in such a way and I was honestly so impressed. The articles are not just words and displays on the wall, they are truly embedded within the values, attitudes and behaviour of the whole school community. The children who were training to be Restorative Peer Mediators were so aware of the importance of these articles and linked them to the behaviours they needed to display when working together. The initial activity we did related to how we needed to behave when working together for the day. Children gave answers such as, “We need to listen to each other as we all have a right to be heard.” Not only were they aware of this right, they behaved in a way that aligned with that right, from the start of the day till the end. 
Relationships between staff were fantastic, as were relationships between students and staff. The Lunchtime Supervisors knew the students well and clearly enjoyed working with them. It was a real pleasure to experience your school for the few days I was there.”

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