Restorative Leadership and strategic change
These schools would love to share their experiences of introducing, developing and sustaining restorative approaches within their setting, with particular advice around strategic whole school change.
Please use the contact details provided for each setting to arrange your visit.
Dial Park Primary School.
Come and hear about our journey towards whole school community restorative practices. This will focus on how working “WITH” in leadership contexts looks and feels in real life. Share in how we implement this in different ways through different systems including INSET & staff meeting planning, team action planning & teaching & learning practices. Come & have a talk about how we have learnt to ‘let go’ in order to empower the school community through high challenge & high support.
We are a one & a half form entry primary school in the Offerton & Central Cluster.
James Clark will show you around the school on your visit.
To arrange your visit please contact the headteacher via email- firstname.lastname@example.org
Vernon Park Primary School.
Come and hear about our RA journey; from introducing and developing RA in our setting, to now maintaining this approach with all new staff. We would like to share how we went about this strategic whole school change and how this was led.
We are a one and a half form entry primary school in the Offerton Cluster.
Claire Lee &/or Holly Furber will show you around the school on your visit.
To arrange your visit please contact email@example.com or firstname.lastname@example.org
St Christopher’s RC Primary School.
Come and see how we used RA to shape our school values and create ‘St Christopher’s Way’. Hear about how adding RA onto our SIP has highlighted the value of RA into many aspects of school life; such as supporting wellbeing of staff and pupils, improving relationships between between children and all staff, including midday assistance and after school club team, supporting parents and explicitly teaching children about behaviours for learning.
We are a one form entry, Roman Catholic primary school in the Werneth Cluster.
Maria Waters &/or Jen Eccles will show you around the school on your visit.
To arrange your visit please contact email@example.com
Castle Hill School.
Come and see how restorative approaches benefits the needs of children with a wide range of special educational needs. In particular come and hear how we got RA up and running in our specialist secondary setting.
We are a secondary special school based in Offerton.
Matt Drogie will show you around the school on your visit.
To arrange your visit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Nevill Road Junior School.
Come and hear about our restorative journey from the beginning, how strategies have been implemented and the positive impact noticed.
We are a three form entry junior school in the Bramhall Cluster.
Judi Cliff will show you around the school on your visit.
To arrange your visit please contact email@example.com
Norris Bank Primary School.
Come and hear about how we have developed our whole school GROW values to create a restorative approach ethos across the whole school
We are a two form entry primary school in the Heaton’s Cluster.
Elena Ponsen &/or Natalie Evans will show you around the school on your visit.
To arrange your visit please contact headteacher@Norrisbank.stockport.sch.uk or Natalie.firstname.lastname@example.org
Bolshaw Primary School.
Come and see our whole school circle assemblies in action. Hear how we have used these weekly whole school circle sessions to develop our restorative skills, learn about a range of PSHE topics and to invest in our school values. For further information please visit our website to see video clips & to read our OFSTED report who celebrated our approach to well being
We are a one form entry primary school in the SK8 Cluster in Heald Green.
Lynda Brown will show you around the school on your visit.
To arrange your visit please contact email@example.com
Hazel Grove Primary School.
Come hear about our RA journey. Relational approaches and growth mindset have always been at the heart of Hazel Grove Primary and the restorative approaches have helped provide a structure to help deepen and advance this practice. Come and hear how we have started to share this approach with our parents. We would like to share how we have used appraisal targets to develop staff circles practice and used the social discipline window to support the development of our subject leadership in school. It is also incorporated as part of our staff induction process and we are currently rethinking our use of staff meetings by developing a new CPD model based on WITH mindset and use of reflective practice within a ‘high challenge, high support’ peer to peer approach.
We are a two form entry primary school in the Hazel Grove cluster.
Anna Roche &/or Crystal Price will show you around the school on your visit.
To arrange your visit please contact firstname.lastname@example.org