Direct In-School Restorative Justice and Restorative Approaches Support

We provide in-school support to schools wishing to develop a restorative approach to learning, relationships, changing behaviour and developing resilience. By directly delivering Restorative Justice and Restorative Approaches support to classrooms, playground, behaviour and relationships we have a proven track record of reducing conflict and the need for sanctions by improving behaviour and developing conflict resolution skills between pupils. Click for more Info >>


Delivery of Peer/Pupil Training , PSE/PHSE Sessions in Schools – Special Education – Residential Young People Care Homes – Youth Clubs – Scouts & Guides

Delivered either in a single or double lesson, 1 day or 6 x 1 hour weekly session - we can work within your setting to train, support and embed a number of peer/pupil/resident training programs suitable for your School, Residential Young People Care Home, Youth Club or Scouts and Guides. Click for more Info >>


Case by case support to Families, Housing Associations, Children Centres and Local Authority Early Help

Housing Associations, Children Centres or Local Authorities – we can provide case by case, or project management approaches to support working with your families/tenants that maybe experiencing conflict within the family involving a young person. Click for more Info >>

  • Consent training:
    We are offering a series of in school sessions working with girls and boys to look at and understand consent. This will include cultural understandings of consent and how that fits with our society and building their understanding further to protect themselves and those around them. We will be working with other partner agencies to ensure that appropriate signposting and support is in place for any safeguarding issues that arise from the program.
  • Knife crime training:
    This again will work as with the consent training, can be offered to small groups and classes in secondary schools and will look at understanding the affects of knife crime, the need to project themselves, alternative ways to cope under peer pressure, understanding the impact of their actions, and again will include all appropriate safe guarding aspects. This has been written by one of our directors who has extensive victim support and young offenders background.
  • Intergenerational project work:
    We will be working with schools and local communities to create bespoke courses where young people will offer technological support to older people to build their technological resilience in such changing times. We will then be turning the tables and the older people will be offering support to the young people around budgeting, cooking and life skills they have learnt through such a challenging lifetime. The importance of positive older role models and spending time with the older generation is so vital to young peoples development and has been proven to reduce mental health issues in later life, it will also offer important opportunities to reduce social isolation.
  • Young carers and sibling resilience project “We can!”​:
    A holistic approach to supporting young carers and family members of someone with a disability such as ASD. The program aims to build resilience and empathy for the sibling when challenged by the daily pressures of home lie. The program will support them to understand how it feels for the family member and why they take things out on those closest. It will also look at gaining an understanding of the course participants individually needs so for example f they are supporting a sister with ASD and someone else on the program is supporting an elderly relative with dementia, then we will cover all issues and help them understand them in an age appropriate way. Practical support to create homework plans, understanding house tasks/demands/meal prep/budgeting, links to outside agencies that can also support, youth clubs, funding for equipment/days out, charts to help at home and revision support.
  • Exam resilience project “Passed it!”​:
    Designed and developed along side a group of young secondary age students with our input and support. Well-being/mindfulness, restorative approaches, revision skills, study pack, concentration techniques, fiddle cubes etc, time out options, down time options, alternative resources to help support the range of learning styles such as flash cards and card games etc. Magic white boards, scribble pads linked to apps on phones, how and when to ask staff for help and support, sleeping, healthy eating, exercise, free access to gyms locally, downtime walks, lunchtime walks, free activities to reduce pressure. RJ for when things go wrong. Support in exams, understanding SEN and additional options available. Development of exam breakfast clubs.


To inspire young people to develop emotional and behavioural resilience, through the delivery of restorative frameworks, that enable them to make positive choices, changes & relationships.