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An analysis of sanction data from Pentrehafod School September 2011 - September 2012 Beth Thomas September 2012 Measuring the Success of Restorative Practices.

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1 An analysis of sanction data from Pentrehafod School September September 2012 Beth Thomas September 2012 Measuring the Success of Restorative Practices in Pentrehafod School

2 Overall Sanctions

3 Average Sanctions

4 Data Analysis Overall Average Sanctions

5 Overall Average Sanctions Trend shows a decrease in all sanctions No RP from September 2011 – January 2012 RP introduced in January – whole school Peak in March doesn't surpass previous peaks Rise in May – possibly a result of exam preparation Peer Mentors trained in June Year 9 RP awareness raised in June

6 Breakdown of Sanctions

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8 Breakdown of Sanctions Behaviour For Learning

9 BFL sanctions peaked in October Restorative Approach implemented in January BFL omitted from behaviour policy BFL room used as RP/Counselling/Meeting room

10 Breakdown of Sanctions Behaviour Report

11 RP introduced in January Positive affective targets used Peak in May – to support exam preparation Peer Mentors trained in June Year 9 RP awareness raised in June

12 Breakdown of Sanctions After School

13 RP introduced in January Restorative step 4 introduced in February Peak in May – exam support Year 9 RP awareness raised in June Peer Mentors RP trained in June

14 Breakdown of Sanctions Lunchtime

15 Lunchtime sanction imposed for lateness RP introduced in January Check-ins help to encourage punctuality PAWB Attendance team work restoratively Strategies revised for July's lateness peak New strategies in place for September Lunchtime sanctions conducted restoratively

16 Breakdown of Sanctions Break time

17 RP introduced in January Indirect proportion to after school detentions – suggests lower level negative behaviour and fewer repeat occurrences Peer Mentors RP trained in June Year 9 awareness raised in June

18 Breakdown of Sanctions Exclusions

19 Overall decrease Meeting school priorities – less than 45 per term Decreasing number of exclusions each term Alternative provision included in exclusion rate Restorative approaches to exclusion are used

20 Sanctions by Year Group

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22 Sanctions by Year Group Percentages

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24 Sanctions by Year Group Whole school restorative approach Restorative focus on Key Stage 3 reflected in data Overall decreasing trend in sanctions for all year groups Year 9, highest KS3 year group – awareness of RP raised with every form Key Stage 3 registration check-ins implemented Year 7 mood boards introduced

25 Male:Female Sanction Ratio Per Year Group

26 More male pupils received detention than female pupils Target groups identified with So To Do Officer and Heads of Year PAWB strategies revised to support male pupils Whole school training and consistency Alternative provision applied

27 Summary Implemented Restorative Approaches in Pentrehafod School: - Whole school Restorative Practice training - Facilitator training, circles training, training for new staff - Attendance and punctuality strategies revised by PAWB team and Senior Leadership Team - Target groups identified with So To Do Officer and Heads of Year - Check-ins, learning circles and Plenaries/Check-outs used daily - Affective statements and questions used daily - Fair Process observed daily - Restorative sanctions in place


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