Scroll Top

Your Teachers and Your Chance To Support Them

Only once a semester, we offer an opportunity for Teachers to experience our 1-Day Training in Restorative Practices.  This semester – it’s in Melbourne on Thursday October 22nd.

It’s an incredible day and one that inspires change and transforms practice.  Of course, you shouldn’t take our word for that – why not click on the above pic to watch what participants in our May Training had to say about the day.

Who should attend?

  • Teachers from any school at any phase of learning who are interested in more effective practice and reduced stress levels.
  • Teachers from existing Real Schools Partners who are new to the school and want to know what this whole RP thing is all about.
  • Teachers and School Leaders from schools who are curious about what RP might be able to do for you.
  • Teachers and School Leaders who would like to improve student behaviour and establish consistency in practice across the school.

If this is for you or somebody in your team, then don’t mess around. CLICK HERE to register immediately – or just drop us a line at to receive the Flyer and Rego Form (you old school person you!)

Registrations are capped to 50 Teachers for this event so that the day is highly interactive and also productive.

FREE Webinar – Leading Whole School Behaviour Improvement

Registrations are … how shall we put it … going off for this one!!!  We’ll get to the point.

Here’s what we’ve got for you on Thursday 17th September at 3.30pm (AEST):
The key steps required to:

  • view your whole school in terms of student behaviour.
  • establish a clear and consistent philosophy for student engagement, wellbeing and performance.
  • determine consistent ways to gain traction with your most challenging and influential 3-5% of students.
  • address emerging themes and trends like cyber-bullying, angry boys, on-task avoidance and bitchy girls.
  • commence the development of simple Classroom Management Plans that your Teachers will actually enjoy writing.

Register by clicking here but only if better behaviour in your school might just lead to better teaching and learning.  Again – the choice is yours!