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Restorative Approaches in Scottish Schools: Transformations and Challenges.

Lloyd, Gwynedd
June 4, 2015

Source: (2005) Paper from ‘The Next Step: Developing Restorative Communities’, the IIRP’s 7th International Conference on Conferencing, Circles and other Restorative Practices, 9-11 November 2005, Manchester, England, UK.

This presentation will give some findings from our evaluation of a pilot project funded by the government in Scotland. I will mainly talk in my presentation about some of the important themes, issues and challenges that have emerged from the project. If conference participants wish to know more, they can attend a workshop with two university colleagues and two staff from Scottish schools, one elementary and one high school, offering some real, detailed stories from their schools. My intention is to inform, stimulate and perhaps provoke you with some ideas and to tell (and show you) a little about Scotland. (excerpt)


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