Restorative Resolutions address well-being and attendance for students and school staff.

What is restorative practices?

Restorative Practices is a way of thinking and being that cultivates community, supporting well-being and achievement. Restorative Practices fosters the conditions that promote a positive sense of self, spirit and belonging. Restorative Practices provides a framework to maintain community when challenges and conflicts arise and to restore community when needed.

What’s new?

How can a trusted caring adult impact student attendance? A short review of the research and literature

Mature students seated in a circle of chairs


Restorative practices awareness training, circles workshop & ongoing support, coaching and online extended training

What you can do when students face overwhelming problems in their lives? May 23/23

When educators discover some of the reasons behind student absenteeism, it can seem like the problems are insurmountable.  One of the best things to do is recognize your own role in support student attendance since everyone at school plays a role.

Read more

How can I keep conversations about student attendance going year round? May 18/23

Talking about student attendance requires regular reminders to staff.  How about using your current memos or newsletters to make it a monthly discussion in the staffroom?  In this podcast we discuss some simple attendance tips that can be part of your conversations.

Read more

How can I include and engage parent voice in my school? May 2/23

Parent voice needs to be included through a variety of channels that are formal and less formal.  

Read more

How can schools find time for staff to even reflect on which families aren’t connected to the school? April 25/23

There are a lot of people at school who have information about a student or family that’s not connected or engaged.  It’s important to make connecting the dots of information a priority.

Read more