The College is committed to the implementation of personal responsibility with regard to behavioural issues through restorative justice. Restorative justice is a process that advocates that the people most effective at finding a solution are the people who are most directly affected by the problem.
Restorative processes create opportunities for those involved in a conflict to work together to understand, clarify and resolve the situation and work together towards repairing the harm caused.
As part of the College’s commitment to ‘the team around your child’, our Restorative Practices System is a conflict-resolution process that focuses on maintaining and developing positive relationships rather than assigning blame. It is essential that parents, staff and students work together to achieve success in this process.