Restorative justice is a fantastic way to resolve conflicts with respect, responsibility and discussion. How often do you spend ‘fixing’ problems between children during the day/ after lunch?
Restorative justice is a practice that enhances relationships between children and staff.
When children are upset/angry about something that has happened either in class or on yard, the teacher can take them aside and ask them these questions.
- What happened?
- How did you feel then?
- How do you feel now?
- What can we do to make it right?