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                                                             RP Staff Handbook Jan 2014.pdf

It is good practice to go over the information below with students in either a Restorative Chat or a Restorative Meeting.  It is helpful to go over the Restorative Matrix more than once.

Prompts for restorative conversations:
  1. What happened?
  2. Who has been affected? How?
  3. What needs to be done to put things right?  
  4. What support needs to be provided to do this?
  5. When is the next meeting to review progress and effectiveness of strategies?

MEMO - everything depends on amounts of SUPPORT and ADHERENCE TO RULES

-- The best possible results come from the Restorative Cell, where all parties accept responsibility for their actions, and then work together to restore healthy relationships.  There is a high amount of support and a high adherence to rules.

-- The next option is the Punitive Cell, where the school follows strict rules for the sake of maintaining order.  There is low support, but a high adherence to rules.

-- All parties usually agree that it would be silly for the school to work in the Permissive Cell, where there is a high amount of support, but low adherence to rules.  Students say this clearly leads to chaos.

-- Everybody has rights.  However, these rights come with duties and responsibilities.  People are in the Neglectful Cell if they ignore their duties and responsibilities.  There is low support and low adherence to rules.

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