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Restorative Approaches in Schools: A Perspective from England.

Robb, Graham
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) Paper presented at “The Next Step: Building Restorative Communities”, IIRP 7th International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and other Restorative Practices, 9-11 November, Manchester, England, UK. Downloaded 9 December 2005.

This paper draws on my experience as
a headteacher working in partnership with
Thames Valley Police between 1999 and
2004 to implement restorative approaches
to a secondary school. I will reflect on the
conclusions of the Youth Justice Board
evaluation report on the Restorative Justice
(RJ) in Schools initiative and identify issues
for developing restorative approaches in
English schools. (excerpt)


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