Peer mediation is a process for resolving disputes or conflict with the school using students who have been trained as peer mediators. The children or young people involved in the conflict are helped to agree how they want to resolve their conflict and this is achieved through the assistance of the peer mediators.
If you think this might be right for your school and would like to find out more please contact Sarah Crayford Brown by e-mail or phone her on 07932 150453
Are you looking for an original idea for training or workshop? Sarah Crayford Brown is an accomplished speaker and is available to talk to children and young people or to run workshops based around the following subjects:
The workshop was a great success and thoroughly enjoyed by all pupils. It gave pupils the opportunity to explore moral issues, gain a greater understanding of the British Legal System and work collaboratively to produce a high quality final product.
As an English teacher, the workshop provided the perfect opportunity to asses my year 10 class for the Speaking and Listening element of the AQA GCSE. All pupils participate in group work; have an opportunity to explore and analyse case studies and perform a drama-focused activity. The involvement of the whole class created a rich and interactive environment in which all learners were contributing. Even the least confident of pupils got excited and involved.
A real highlight was the performance of the mock trial to an audience of other year 10 pupils in the afternoon. I highly recommend this workshop!'
Kathryn Conway - Notre Dame School – Southwark
Please give us a call to see if we can help or email Sarah firstname.lastname@example.org
7th/8th; 14th/15th & 21st/22nd June 2018
'10 out of 10! Thank you both for a really thought provoking and energising course. It was great to learn from you and meet like-minded folk.' Louise Carver - Mediation Training Programme Delegate
"The delivery and the assessment of the course were exemplary.”
Recent feedback from latest OCN London -
Quality Engagement Report October 2017