Whole School Approaches


We use a variety of whole school approaches at Blairhall Primary. Below is a brief summary.


A way of working with students which gives them a framework to help them to manage their own responses, behaviours and impulses, by supporting them to develop, over time, new ways of thinking and managing their behaviour. It enables the individuals to make goals/targets and think through the actions required to achieve those goals (Goal, Plan Predict, Do, Review). Routine repetition of agreed scripts is a significant part of the self-regulation development.

Restorative Approaches:

These approaches aim to improve behaviour and relationships in schools by moving away from a blame and retribution model of dealing with unacceptable behaviour towards one which is based on social responsibility and self-awareness. Based on a non-judgemental approach, key questions are asked to engage the individual who has caused harm in taking responsibility for their actions and repairing the relationship with those who have been affected.


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