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Very helpful training day. Inspirational and has made me feel more positive about working with children in the behavioural unit. Feel more confident.

Nant Caerau and Glan Ceubal schools

Communities, from the smallest working group to the largest neighbourhood, need to continually, build, maintain and repair their relationships to live alongside each other respectfully.

Restorative approaches offer principles and a range of effective techniques to:

  • Build community cohesion and safety
  • Ensure full and active participation and inclusion in sharing ideas, making decisions, and problem solve together
  • Resolve conflicts and build relationships after harm e.g. anti-social behaviour, neighbour disputes, or relationship break down between service users and agencies.

We can offer a neutral and independent service, bespoke to need, to train, mentor or deliver restorative approaches to staff and/or service users. 

Please contact WRAP to arrange a meeting to discuss how we can help meet your specific needs.

See case study

Restorative approaches are an effective and sustainable approach to community resilience and relationships.

Problems in school or work environments can be inextricably linked to issues within families and communities.