Restorative Justice

“In broad terms, Restorative Approaches constitute an approach to challenging behaviour, which puts repairing harm done to relationships and people, over and above the need for assigning blame and dispensing punishment”
Wright, 1999

www.rain-norfolkschools.org.uk

Clover Hill is committed to Restorative Justice in the way we rebuild relationships once harm has been done. We do this through planned conversations and scripts that all members of staff use after extensive training throughout the school. We also use circles and circle time to sort out problems so we can quickly get back to the important task of learning.

We use circles briefly at the start and end of the week to ‘check in/check out’ with any issues that the children may be thinking about, both positive and negative, so a solution can hopefully be found.

The website link will explain Restorative Justice at greater length but if you have any further questions please don’t hesitate to contact the school.