Restorative practice: Placing relationships at the heart of teaching

21 April 2021

Restorative practice describes a way of being, an underpinning ethos, which enables us to build and maintain healthy relationships. It provides a strong framework within which we can promote a whole-school ethos founded on the importance of relationships.

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Discover Mark's book Independent Thinking on Restorative Practice here.


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