Programs

Restorative Justice Practices

Communication tools that help us build community, strengthen relationships and solve problems.

 

  • In the classroom, students practice circles as part of their daily routine so they are familiar when we need to solve problems.

  • Student disagreements on the playground or in class are resolved in a private circle where communication skills are practiced and sharing is the key.

 

The PAWS Patrol is a school initiative where students from grades 3 to 7 learn problem-solving skills by helping on the primary playground during recess.

We celebrate Safe and Caring Schools 

Our original program was Positive Behaviour Support

 

International Institute for Restorative Practices:

“The aim of restorative practices is to develop community and to manage conflict and tensions by repairing harm and building relationships.”