Catch22’s Mediation Service is keen to further discuss the value in utilising their experience in community conflict resolution, with a view to offering a mediation and conflict resolution service in Norfolk Schools.
The award winning service (Professional Mediator Association’s Independent community Mediation Service of the year 2016) has been working with Norfolk local authorities and Housing Associations for over 8 years. This service is helping to resolve community and neighbour conflict as well as co-designing innovative approaches to tackling community resolution via the “self-help” approach.
In partnership with VNET, Catch22 is keen to discuss initial ideas on how this might work in Norfolk Schools, to hear from headteachers on how conflict is currently managed, and whether they can help directly (i.e. through schools having access to a mediation service) or through knowledge sharing (i.e. through offering training). This might be through a mixture of both approaches to tackle conflict head on whilst supporting staff in conflict management up-skilling.
We would like to invite members to attend a free breakfast briefing and question and answer session to discuss your views and experiences around conflict as well as how and in what way this could benefit your school on Friday 25th January 2019, 08.00am for 08.30 – 09.30am at our offices in South Green Park Enterprise Centre, Mattishall, NR20 3JY
To request a place or places, please fill in the form below. You will then receive an email confirming the request, and a further reply if the request was successful: