Restorative Practice

With continued use of Restorative Practice our pupils are becoming equipped to deal with their own feelings and managing their relationships within the school and therefore the school is a safe and happy place to be where any problems are dealt with in a mature and effective way.

Restorative questions used are:

What happened?

What were you thinking about at the time?

What have your thoughts been since?

Who has been affected by what you did?

In what way have they been affected?

What do you think needs to happen next?

Our Restorative Practice Policy includes more information about our restorative approaches at Central.

 

Thinking About Others Week

‘Thinking About Others’ week gave pupils/ students the opportunity to solve problems in a restorative manner and explore the range of feelings and emotions associated with events in their own and other people’s lives.  The photographs below show some of the activities the children enjoyed.

 

Pupils from Class Valencia enjoyed our 'Thinking About Others' celebration assembly.
Pupils enjoyed our ‘Thinking About Others’ celebration assembly.
Mark King from the Oliver King Foundation came on a special visit to school to present us with our defibrillator
Mark King from the Oliver King Foundation came on a special visit to school to present us with our defibrillator.
Students from Key Stage 3 presented an amazing play all about 'How we feel at Central'. This involved thinking about feelings, emotions, friendships and accepting other peoples' differences.
Students from Key Stage 3 presented an amazing play all about ‘How we feel at Central’. This involved thinking about feelings, emotions, friendships and accepting other peoples’ differences.
Meeting an Army Veteran after raising money for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal
Meeting an Army Veteran after raising money for the Royal British Legion Poppy Appeal