EXPLORE THE DEVELOPMENT OF
RESTORATIVE PRACTICES IN
SCHOOLS

Tuesday 17 November 2020

7.30pm – 9.30pm

Virtual Event

On behalf of the Education Sub-Group of the Restorative Practice Forum (NI), we would like to invite you to participate in an online webinar to explore the development of RP in schools in Northern Ireland with guest speakers including Professor Jim Longo and Margaret Thorsborne.

Registration for this event is now closed, should you have any queries, please email restorativepracticesconference@ndevents.co.uk

Event Programme

7.30pm – Welcome from Martina Jordan, Chair Education sub-committee RPFNI and Brian Payne, QUB, Webinar Chair

7.35pm – Keynote Address – Introduction to Restorative Practices in Schools – Professor Jim Longo (Washington Jefferson College Pennsylvania)

8.00pm – Video message from Margaret Thorsborne, International     Speaker, Author and Expert in Restorative Practices in schools (Australia)

8.15pm  – Break out Groups (Challenges and Opportunities)

8.30pm – Comfort break

8.35pm – Jacqueline Maginness, Education Authority, Belfast

8.55pm – Joanne Quinn, Hazelwood College, Belfast

9.10pm  – Panel discussion and Conclusion

9.30pm – End of event

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