Emma Beveridge, Executive Principal, LaceyField -“ the home of Eastfield Academy and Lacey Gardens Academy

Independent Thinking on Restorative Practice is a book about hope.

For anyone working with children and young people, and who believe in the power of relationships, this is the book you have to read. Creating simplicity out of complexity, Mark beautifully captures the many different 1% changes that we can make on our ongoing journey to restorative practice. You will finish this book with the tools to proactively empower your 'crew' in school to know themselves, know one another, reflect on their actions, repair relationships responsibly and be better humans. This is a book about behaviour, belonging, connection, inclusion, listening and love.

I was hooked from the first thoughts to the final thoughts, and I will carry this book with me to remind me that there is always another way: a relational way.

Guest | 23/02/2021 00:00
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