Relational & Restorative Processes:

An Anti-Bullying Strategy

SynRJ Module 1a 

​​Restorative approaches provide an effective, flexible range of strategies to prevent and respond to bullying. Of the 27 approaches schools reported using to respond to bullying, restorative practices led the list as the most effective proactive approach and the second most effective reactive approach in both primary and secondary settings, with an 84% success rate at stopping physical, verbal, relational and cyber bullying.

In this one-day workshop you will gain a thorough understanding of restorative concepts, learn effective strategies for managing different aspects of bullying behaviour in both Schools and Care settings, and help young people take greater responsibility for their actions.


  • a stronger school/care community
  • positive relationships, even when challenging bullying behaviour
  • improved classroom/care home climate
  • fewer disciplinary referrals
  • create a safer and more supportive environment


underlying concepts of restorative practices effective strategies for:

  • managing behaviour, which involves bullying, including cyber bullying, girls disagreements, etc.
  • teaching young people to take responsibility for their actions
  • engaging young people and their parents/carers in their own behavioural issues particularly in relation to issues involving incidents of bullying


  • accounts from experienced restorative practitioners
  • thorough explanation / consideration of the different types of bullying
  • exercises for practicing restorative techniques
  • discussions
  • helpful Student Workbook and hand-outs

Discussion Topics:

  • participants’ experiences and struggles in school/care settings
  • connectedness and relationships
  • student/LAC engagement
  • misbehaviour
  • the educator’s/carers role
SynRJ Anti-Bullying

Module 1a



Open Events:

Click through the above calendar or available open events.

Our open event fees include tuition, books and materials, venue costs, lunch and refreshments. 

Accommodation and other associated expenses are not included.

On-Site Events:

All SynRJ and IIRP Europe trainings we provide can be brought on-site to your agency, school, community or organisation.

Our on-site training fees include delivery by one or two trainers as appropriate and all required materials. Provision of a suitable venue, student accommodations and associated expenses, including lunch and refreshments for students and the trainer/s, are the responsibility of the contracting organisation.

For details please phone 01229 777799, email us at or use our contact form for details. 


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