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Restorative City of Culture 2017, World Conference

Creating a Restorative Community across the Globe

Administration
Behaviour
Deputy & Assistant Heads
Early Years
General
Health and Welfare
Health and Well Being
Leadership / Subject Leadership
Misc/General
Newly Qualified Teacher (NQT)
Primary
Recently Qualified Teacher (RQT)
Restorative Practice
Secondary
Teaching Assistants (TA)

 

Delivered by Hull Centre for Restorative Practice

Next Session Starts 15th November 2017

9:30am - 5:30pm

Places Available: 47

Two-day conference on 14th & 15th November 2017

This conference draws together leaders and practitioners from across the world, successful in implementing, building and maintaining a Restorative Community.

With a variety of speakers from different fields, this connects and gives an opportunity to learn about best practice, but also to engage in meaningful interaction through discussion to take these ideas forward.

 

Keynote Speakers:

Day One

Andy Couldrick (Chief Executive, Children's Services, Birmingham) Melissa Milner (Hull Collaborative Academy Trust) Jeniffer Llewellyn (Professor of Law & Director, Nova Scotia Restorative Justice Community University Research Allance, Canada)

Day Two

Bob Costello (Assistant Commissioner for Organisational Development, New York Department of Probation) James Grant (Plant Director, Ardagh Glass, Doncaster) with Lyndsey Morley (HR Advisor, DS Smith Packaging, Featherstone) Sal Tariq (Deputy Director, Children's Services, Leeds City Council)

Various workshops to include:

Day One

Restorative Principles - Being a leader who exercises leadership effectively - Paul Carlile What happens when rational approaches spread system wide - Nigel Richardson Community Justice Agency and the Restorative Approach in Schools - Yvonne McCauley, Tri County Restorative Justice, Nova Scotia Part of the Landscape - How a Restorative Approach Learning Network in Nova Scotia is embedding a Restorative Approach in Communities through schools, workplaces and other institutions - Richard Derible & Glen Thompson, Nova Scotia Claire Birkenshaw Implementing Restorative Practice in the Classroom - A New Teachers Perspective - Katie Horne, Charlotte Thompson, Sophie Rainey & Harriet McSherry  A Restorative Approach at Work - More than putting out fires.  The Restorative journey at Halifax Fire and Emergency Service - Kevin Reade, Superintendent, Halifax Regional Fire Service & Jennifer Llewellyn RP the New York Way - The Use of RP to combat racial inequality - Bob Costello Gale Buford - Details TBC Implementing and Sustaining Restorative Practices at Wansbeck Primary School - Sam Bullen

Day Two

Students as Restorative Leaders - Carr Manor Community School Implementing Restorative Practice in a 24/7 shift manufacturing environment - Staff and Management of Ardagh Glass and DS Smith Packaging Community Justice Agency and the Restorative Approach in Schools - Yvonne McCauley, Tri County Restorative Justice, Nova Scotia Part of the Landscape - How a Restorative Approach Learning Network in Nova Scotia is embedding a Restorative Approach in Communities through schools, workplaces and other institutions - Richard Derible & Glen Thompson, Nova Scotia Claire Birkenshaw What happens when rational approaches spread system wide - Nigel Richardson A Restorative Approach at Work - More than putting out fires.  The Restorative journey at Halifax Fire and Emergency Service - Kevin Reade, Superintendent, Halifax Regional Fire Service & Jennifer Llewellyn RP the New York Way - The Use of RP to combat racial inequality - Bob Costello Restorative Practice in Children's Services - Sharon Inglis, Circles Training & Consultancy

 

Price

One day - £150

Two Days - £295

Please either complete the booking form attached or email admin@hcrp.co.uk or rebecca@hullrestorativepractice.co.uk to confirm the day/s you would like to attend and workshop choices.

HCRP will invoice directly for places booked through the HCTS website.

Please click here for the booking form

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