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What are Restorative Approaches

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Davinia Robinson

on 12 May 2014

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Transcript of What are Restorative Approaches

How restorative approaches can work in schools
Comenius Regio
Restorative Approaches
DVD and leaflet preparation
What are Restorative Approaches (Definition)
Types of Restorative Approaches
Retributive vs Restorative
History and Background
DK:UK
Respect, Reflekt, Restore

- Honour and shame principle
- Indigenous cultures (Native American Indians/ Aborigines/ Mauri)
- Work in Canada and USA in the 1970s
What are Restorative Approaches (Definition)
Restorative Approaches recognise that incidents harm everyone; this includes the wrong doer, the harmed and the wider community. A restorative approach intends to make ‘things’ right, with the wrong doer accepting responsibility for their actions, repairing the harm through talk and finding a positive way forward for all parties concerned.

Corridor conferencing
- corridor conference
- circles
- restorative conference
Restorative vs Retributive
Retributive
Restorative
- focus in the past
- preoccupied with blame
- deterrence linked to punishment
- focus in the past, present and future
- emphasis on repairing harm
- deterrence linked to relationships & personal accountability
A quick, no preparation needed conference using scripted cards if needed
- Develops a common language to discuss conflict
- Creates a way to see your behaviour clearly and its effects on others
- Creates a responsibility to learn from conflict
- Creates a responsibility to behave better in the immediate future
- Produces positive outcomes from a negative situation.
Leaflet Subheadings
Subheading Content
Circles
- Circles link participants with one another encouraging a sense of shared effort and common ground.
- Circles promote shared leadership and equality.
- Encourage communication, cohesion, listening, conversation, debate, honesty and understanding
How they work:
All staff have an RA card. They will use it to ask questions if a harm needs to be repaired.
The questions are asked to find out:
1. The facts (no emotions)
2. The Affects (emotions)
3. The Outcomes (finding a way forward)

Conference Cards
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