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Peer mediation service within schools


Recently, WRAP’s Function Lead for Training, Vince co trained with Pierre, one of WRAP’s associates to deliver peer mediation training to three primary schools in Cardiff.

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The importance of listening


In an age where everyone is fighting to be heard many forget the importance of listening, which is vital for restoring and maintaining relationships.

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My Restorative Journey


Restorative Approaches has changed the way I teach and the way I behave. Restorative Approaches is about building, maintaining and repairing relationships (BMR) with others and yourself. Restorative Justice is the repairing part of the Restorative Approach.

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Education Blog Post


In the first year after WRAP’s inception, Rhondda Cynon Taf (RCT) council commissioned WRAP to create and run the Restorative Approaches in Schools (RAIS) project.

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What is behind the concept of Restorative Approaches?


Well, the clue is in the title: the idea of restoration – building back what was once there. A problem which can arise in the SEN community amongst people with ID or perhaps difficulties with interpersonal interactions is where parties are at odds over whether something was once `there` to begin with.

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Restorative Approaches in Education


Restorative approaches offer a change in culture in school. A restorative approach looks at a variety of different aspects of the school including wellbeing, teaching and learning, behaviour management and leadership.

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