Galway ETSS

A Restorative School

What is Restorative Practice?

Restorative Practice aims to build positive relationships and friendships. It also help to deal with conflict and arguments, if they do occur, in a healthy way that moves us away from blame and attack to connection and healing.

Restorative Practice in our school

In our school we will use the RESPECT values to help bring Restorative Practice to life. This will inform how we try to think, engage, speak, listen, and approach situations in our school. The intention is to learn how to ask, listen and share in a way that honours a positive learning environment for students and teachers.

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When things go wrong, as they sometimes do, we will try to use the restorative questions to work together and find a solution.

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This restorative way of being builds skills for a happy and connected life. The aim is to support the wellbeing of our school and the lovely community it serves. We are at the start of this journey in our school but we hope that we can all work together along the way.

..If you want to go fast go alone, if you want to go far, go together… (African Proverb)

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2022
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2022
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2022
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Galway Educate Together Secondary School,
Newtownsmith,
Galway,
H91 DP11

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