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Restorative Classrooms, Strong Classrooms

This workshop is targeted towards Teachers and School Leaders across Primary, Secondary and Special environments.

ADELAIDE

Tuesday 20 August 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Adelaide Oval
War Memorial Drive, North Adelaide

BRISBANE

Monday 20 May 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Rydges South Bank
9 Glenelg Street, South Brisbane

CANBERRA

Wednesday 24 July 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Rydges Canberra
17 Canberra Avenue, Forrest

HOBART

Thursday 9 May 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Vibe Hotel
36 Argyle Street, Hobart

MELBOURNE

Tuesday 14 May 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Crowne Plaza
5 Spencer Street, Melbourne

PERTH

Wednesday 17 July 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Crown Perth
Great Eastern Highway, Burswood

SYDNEY

Thursday 27 June 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Mercure Sydney
820 George Street, Chippendale

TOWNSVILLE

Monday 17 June 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Hotel Grand Chancellor
334 Flinders St, Townsville

AUCKLAND

Thursday 15 August 2024

9.30am – 4pm

Rydges Auckland
59 Federal Street, Auckland

This workshop is designed to give Teachers and School Leaders a robust understanding of Restorative Practices.

Your Facilitator

Adam Voigt is a proven successful Teacher and Principal in some of Australia’s toughest locations.

He has led Behaviour and Wellbeing across whole schools systems and has implemented change in schools as a Leader and a Professional Learning Consultant. Adam appears regularly in Australian media as an educational expert and is a voice for schools, parents and students when he does so.

What you can expect…

The Restorative Classrooms, Strong Classrooms workshop provides Teachers and School Leaders in Primary, Secondary and Special environments with a powerful understanding of Restorative Practices to:

  • Generate long-term improvements in student behaviour … beyond the quick fix.
  • Learn how to construct truly Restorative conversations and circles.
  • Sustain a climate of consistency and high expectations.
  • Achieve a critical understanding of human emotion, including the influence of shame on student behaviour.
  • Become a truly reflective practitioner, proud of ongoing adjustments to practice.
  • Apply Restorative Practices for accelerated student growth and learning.