Does Your School Use Restorative Approaches To Tackle Conflict?

Does your school use restorative approaches to tackle conflict?

If so we want to hear from you!

The City of Bristol is striving to become the UK’s next restorative city. A city where restorative approaches are the first option for tackling conflict in our communities, our schools, our places of work and in our lives.

Restorative approaches have been shown to reduce bad behaviour and have a lasting impact on a person’s future conduct.

Bristol schools have been at the forefront of the implementation of restorative approaches in education and there are some excellent examples of innovative and ground breaking work being done across the city.

Restorative Bristol will help to build a network of partner agencies and individuals using restorative approaches across the city. This partnership will strengthen the already excellent work being done across the city and allow us to use restorative approaches to benefit a greater section of Bristol’s diverse community. Schools will play an integral part in this process, which is why we want to hear from you.

If you want to discuss the role your school can play in this exciting project please contact Tommy Jarvis, Project Manager – Learning City  01179 222 331 or email him at thomas.jarvis@bristol.gov.uk