Restorative Justice in schools is a philosophy, set of principles and practices that help adults and young people in schools to both understand and respond to conflict.

A Restorative Circle is a community process for supporting those in conflict. It brings together the three parties to a conflict – those who have acted, those directly impacted and the wider community – within an intentional systemic context, to dialogue as equals.

For more information, refer to Martin Brokenleg’s book Reclaiming Youth at Risk