Restorative Practice
Building and maintaining positive relationships
About Restorative Practice

Restorative Practice is a positive process aimed at building, maintaining and restoring relationships. For this to happen, there must be a willingness to realise, recognise and redesign our behaviours over time in order to bring about positive outcomes.

BLOG POSTS

Thank you Home and School By Restorative Practices Team | Fri 19th May 2017

Creating connections that help young people thrive By Restorative Practices Team | Thu 4th May 2017

http://page.search-institute

An example of Restorative Practice in Action By HIS Restorative Practices Team | Thu 6th Apr 2017
Parent-teacher conferences By HIS Restorative Practices Team | Wed 5th Apr 2017
Shared language for problem solving at HIS By HIS Restorative Practices Team | Thu 30th Mar 2017


Digital Citizenship By Restorative Practices Team | Wed 29th Mar 2017
Circle Time at HIS By Restorative Practices Team | Wed 15th Mar 2017

Relationships are fundamental to restorative and relational practices. We use circle games, activities and discussions to come together as a class. We build and strengthen relationships, problem solve, have fun, and learn. It also provides a forum where each student has a chance to share their thoughts. 



Sharing about Year 8 camp experiences By Restorative Practices Team | Wed 8th Mar 2017

Building relationships and EOTC By Restorative Practices Team | Wed 1st Mar 2017

Appreciative Inquiry By Restorative Practices Team | Wed 1st Mar 2017

Punitive versus restorative responses By Miss Alexander | Tue 14th Feb 2017


Restorative Practices at HIS By Miss Alexander | Sat 4th Feb 2017


© Hutt Intermediate School