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A Restorative Approach for Kirklees

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Hudawi Centre (Main Hall)

Great Northern Street

Huddersfield

HD1 6BG

United Kingdom

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Target Group: Anyone who works with Children and families from Kirklees Council and partner organisations

This session is for anyone who works with, or those whose job brings them into contact with, children, young people and their families, whether full or part time, paid or voluntary. It will give you a comprehensive introduction to the theory and practice of restorative approaches.

You will then be able to build on your learning from this session with an opportunity to join a Practitioner Development Group, with a view to implementing a restorative approach in your work.

Restorative practice is about the building, maintaining and repairing of relationships. It is based on those in authority doing things with people, rather than to them or for them, helping people to find creative solutions
to issues that are affecting them whilst avoiding blame, retribution and punishment. It can help build a sense of community in all settings, from schools, children's homes, police, social care, partnerships and communities.

This workshop will be facilitated by experienced restorative practice trainers and will consist of an initial whole group introduction, following this delegates will be divided into smaller groups to participate in experimental learning.

Please note, these sessions have a prompt 9:30 start, so therefore please ensure you have arrived at least 10 minutes before to allow time for registration.


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Hudawi Centre (Main Hall)

Great Northern Street

Huddersfield

HD1 6BG

United Kingdom

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