Restorative Justice Practitioners (RJPs)

As a Restorative Justice Practitioner, the student will:

  • Providing excellent leadership and being a role model to all learners.
  • Undertake specialist training with the Lancashire Constabulary on Restorative Justice.
  • Be able to approach sensitive situations in a calm and mature manner.
  • Organise and process Restorative Justice Referrals.
  • Liaise with the Assistant Principal and relevant Head of Year on the Restorative Justice meeting outcomes.
  • Supervising Restorative Justice meetings between different students.
  • Displaying excellent organisation and written communication skills, when writing up notes from the Restorative Justice meetings.
  • Undertaking any other responsibilities that are requested by the Principal and senior leaders.

What qualities are needed in the student?

  • A passionate belief in the school’s mission statement.
  • High levels of attendance and punctuality to school.
  • High levels of honesty, behaviour and good language.
  • Good character – being conscientious about your duties, being helpful and fair to all students, and keeping confidential information to yourself.
  • Commitment to serving other people and Khidmah (service).
  • Responsible and able to deal with sensitive situations.

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